Crypto based fantasy sports platform EarnU enters in India

EarnU, a crypto-based fantasy sports platform has entered the Indian market ahead of the Indian Premier League 2022.

The platform allows users to earn crypto rewards for correct predictions on major sports and esports. The game is free to play for BETU token holders. Users can conveniently withdraw their earnings as BetU tokens or swap them for ETH, BNB, and USDT and further withdraw earnings via any of these cryptocurrencies.

Speaking on the development, Paul Rogash, CEO & Founder, EarnU said, “Indian audience is passionate about a lot of sports and esports, also in the recent times, the acceptance towards crypto has increased multi-fold. Therefore, it makes complete sense for us to offer a new age predict-to-earn platform in the market that is a combination of the two rising interests among users.”

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“Furthermore, the users are already familiar with the concept of fantasy sports and are participating actively in every league, with the Indian fantasy sports market alone expected to touch $2.5 billion in 2022. We truly expect an overwhelming response from the market,” Rogash added.

Krishna Mali
Krishna Mali
Founder & Editor of TechGraph.

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