ThriveFantasy: Focused on Experience for Esports Fans

Posted on July 27, 2022 - Last Updated on July 28, 2022
ThriveFantasy esports and NFT

ThriveFantasy is a fantasy esports game that covers the most prominent esports, such as Valorant, League of Legends, CS:GO, and Dota 2, with more to come soon. Users can enter daily contests to win prizes in cash, experiences, or Non-Fungible Tokens – NFTs.

Who is ThriveFantasy?

ThriveFantasy is a great daily fantasy sports (DFS) platform for esports fans as Director of Marketing Scott Pesick explains:

“What makes us somewhere where esports fans would want to come to play fantasy is we only focus on the top tier of gamers of whatever esport it may be. We have kinda simplified everything down with our drafting process where we are asking about those top guys and you just have to choose a simple over-under on them on a stat on the upcoming game.”

This simple format is easy to understand for all esports fans, making it an excellent platform for anyone. Depending on the game itself, these stats include kills, assists, headshots, and much more. The data then updates every 15-30 seconds once a match has started, making it a great second-screen experience for fans. It provides extra excitement and engagement whether you watch online or in-person at the event.

DraftKings is another excellent platform for esports fans to play daily fantasy games. They cover a multitude of esports games, including League of Legends, Dota 2, iRacing, Rocket League, Call of Duty, Valorant, and more. However, it uses a more traditional fantasy format; users draft a lineup of pro players within an allocated budget. These players earn points based on their performances.

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ThriveFantasy Experience for current and new users

Fantasy esports is a new experience for many fans out there and so can feel daunting at first. However, ThriveFantasy is heavily focused on customer service and user experience as Scott Pesick Explains:

“One thing that we try to do is to be open and responsive to our users in general. Any user can reach out to us via email, Instagram, and Twitter direct message as well as Facebook messenger and get a response within an hour or so at the most.”

ThriveFantasy has also created Discord bots which can be added to any Discord server. These bots allow users to use the platform within their community. Users can view the stats in real-time and set up leaderboards within their Discord Servers. Furthermore, they have created a Twitch extension replicating the app under any stream. Users can create accounts and use all the features of ThriveFantasy. It allows excellent integration with Twitch streamers and to play fantasy esports in a gaming community.

ThriveFantasy esports and NFT

DraftKings has been a well-established sports fantasy platform for many years. They have a lot of experience in what fantasy players want and have brought that into the world of esports. There are many ways to play, and has lots of promotions to bring in new players. It is a great playing experience for esports fans that want the more traditional draft style of fantasy games.

FanDuel has been involved in the esports fantasy scene but isn’t covering as many titles as their counterparts. However, it uses a more straightforward scoring system than DraftKings, making it an excellent platform for new fans of esports fantasy games. They are also well-established in traditional sports fantasy and are set to bring their successful features to esports fantasy.

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Perspective on NFTs

Esports and NFTs have gone hand in hand over the past few years. Providing great opportunities for fans and companies alike to utilize the crypto markets. However, there have been many controversies and issues with NFTs in an unregulated market. Due to this, ThriveFantasy are careful with those they do business with as Scott Pesick explains:

“NFTs are something we have recently gotten involved with. I feel very strongly about NFTs but obviously, with any web3 crypto space there is the good and there is the bad. So one thing that we have really done is with any kind of project we work with, we are really looking to vet them, the community, and the founders. To make sure it’s not anything that has been red-flagged.

We have worked with a few projects now which have been really cool activities with founders who are either daily fantasy players themselves or come from this space and understand Thrive.”

This rigorous vetting and inclusion of only NFT projects already within the esports fantasy space provide a level of security for Thrive players. This is important in an unregulated and volatile market. NFTs have significantly impacted esports betting as they are commonly used as rewards. They do provide great potential for users to win big unique rewards.

However, their value can be very volatile, and controversies have surrounded them since their inclusion in the esports ecosystem. Users should be well versed in NFTs and be wary of scams when getting involved with esports NFT betting. But it provides excellent opportunities to those knowledgeable and careful in these markets.

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Cody has been working in the esports industry for over 3 years. He has knowledge in multiple esports titles and esports betting.

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