Game streaming platform Twitch better watch out because there’s a new streaming service in town.
Ultimogg is in the process of creating a game streaming service that rewards content creators with their cryptocurrency ULTGG.
What makes ULTGG better than Twitch and YouTube is that they plan to take 0% commissions; which means gamers will not be ripped off like they are on other gaming platforms where they have to pay sometimes up 50% on commissions.
Ultimogg has already hosted several major gaming tournaments and has inked a deal with EFL Championship football club Birmingham City F.C. to create a new esport team for the club.
The token is currently selling for $0.000000006773 so if you like tokens that makes you a “crypto billionaire” now’s your time to buy because the token is severely undervalued.
— Ultimo GG (@UltimoGGesports) November 4, 2021
Keep your eyes peeled. Big news coming soon! 👀 pic.twitter.com/Fa27nB5Dd6
— Ultimo GG (@UltimoGGesports) November 3, 2021
Here’s a copy of Ultimogg’s White Paper:
All of us want to be in control of our destiny and at its core, that’s what gaming is – it’s about giving players the freedom, the chance, and the control to shape their environment. And that’s exactly what Ultimo GG is doing for esports & esports enthusiasts.
At Ultimo GG we believe in giving the power back to the people by giving them the chance to monetise doing what they love: playing their favourite games and interacting with their communities. We are creating a fully selfsustainable economy and ecosystem that rewards gamers and content
creators for everything they do on the Ultimo GG platform with our utility token, ULTGG.
ULTGG can be used across the platform and with our
partners, and unlike other platforms offerings, has REAL WORLD VALUE. ULTGG offers gamers the chance to monetise their passion for gaming, turning dreams into a reality for esports enthusiasts everywhere. ULTGG is
stored in user wallets & fully integrated into the Ultimo GG platform, enabling the user to exchange ULTGG for other cryptocurrencies or FIAT wherever or whenever they choose, enabling gamers around the world to realise their
dream of making a living doing what they love.
— Blockchaliens (@Blockchaliens) November 11, 2021
Top weekend promoting the first Birmingham City esports event, celebrating the official launch of the UltimoGG fan zone at Birmingham City's stadium, St. Andrew's. #gaming #football #brandambassadors #teamwork #launchday #eventstaffing pic.twitter.com/gATusk0I1p
— Hels Belles Agency (@helsbellesnews) September 27, 2021
Esports Insider had more details on Ultimogg’s Big deal With Birmingham FC:
Tournament hosting and video sharing platform Ultimo.gg, has announced a partnership with EFL Championship football club Birmingham City FC.
As a result of the deal, Ultimo.gg will collaborate with Birmingham City over the course of two years to set up a new esports team for the club as well as host tournaments and boot camps.
The firm has now followed this up by signing a significant esports partnership with Birmingham City FC (BCFC).
Bringing esports to Birmingham City
Husted stated: “This is an official esports partnership with Birmingham City. . . and what this is going to entail is a full, 360 esports offering for BCFC.”
This will include the creation of the club’s own esports team, training boot camps for the esports industry and offline tournaments, and even sponsorship of a stand at Birmingham’s stadium, St. Andrew’s.
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