Are play to earn games really worth it?


Firstly, what is a play to earn a game?

A PTE game rewards players with real or digital products for spending time on the game. The game producers make money from advertisers usually in the form of other game advertisements or silly online casino advertisements. As a gamer, I have always been interested in getting rewarded for games that I played. I  have been collecting in-game points and all sorts of trophies for reaching certain levels for years. And then I became interested in cryptocurrencies and found games I could play to earn different cryptocurrencies. Cryptocurrency games are usually called faucets. The problem was that the games were not worth playing because they never gave anything. Usually, the amount they gave you is so small that it is a waste of time to play. Another really annoying thing about play to earn games is that you have to watch long boring advertisements so they can make money. In addition to the small prizes, and long advertisements they also forced you to reach a certain amount of credits before you can withdraw it.

What is the best play to earn game?

Recently I was invited to participate in a new play to earn game called Prize Strike. It is available for early registration now and you can ask to be part of the beta rollout. The game involves AR which is really cool and the game objective is a real-life treasure hunt. I liked a few different features in regards to the prizes. I was amazed as it has real prizes in the format of gift cards and even some real products. They only have short advertisements which are much better than the long boring advertisements most “play to earn” games have. I would rather play a game that I enjoy and be rewarded for playing than to sit through boring advertisements. Prize strike also tailors prizes to your profile so if you love horse riding and music you can select your preference of prizes that can be earned. Early registration is open now and it’s free to sign up at

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