Web3 chess game developer shutters play-to-earn due to “heavy cheating”

Developers of blockchain chess game Immortal Game are pulling the plug on its play-to-earn (P2E) and nonfungible tokens (NFT) features due to rampant cheating.

According to the December 13 announcement, while developers continue to build Immortal Game as an online chess hub and may incorporate further decentralized technologies in the future, its goal of “giving a real opportunity for people to earn an income through chess” through Immortal Game has ended in failure.

“We found that by offering large amounts of cash with no limit barrier to entry, we encouraged heavy cheating on the platform and degraded the user experience for our legitimate player base who want a fair and safe place to…

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