United States blockchain-based rewards and marketing company Refereum has announced its latest partnership with decentralized streaming platform DLive to reward gamers for creating and watching content.
According to a press release shared with Cointelegraph on Nov. 7, Refereum’s partnership with one of blockchain’s largest streaming platforms, DLive, will enable users to earn rewards for live-streaming games.
DLive is reportedly the first blockchain-powered streaming service to join the Refereum platform, alongside Twitch and Mixer. DLive CEO Charles Wayn said:
Refereum’s DLive integration has reportedly gone live, enabling gamers to start earning rewards by engaging with a variety of live streams.
Refereum brings crypto payouts to PUBG
In July, Refereum announced a partnership with a South Korea-based online games developer and publisher to expand its in-game rewards scheme. Refereum said at the time that it would roll out a crypto payout feature to players of Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds, a game that has seen over 8 million sales.
DLive employs the biggest name in gaming
In April, PewDiePie, the personality behind the most-subscribed gaming channel on YouTube, began streaming exclusively on DLive. Just over a month after this partnership started, DLive saw a 67% increase in monthly active users, claiming that its audience had accounted for more than 5 million viewers and over 70,000 streamers at the time. Discover the hottest industry trends, network with crypto experts.