Native Gaming launches MMO with gaming contests and cash prizes

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In a press release sent yesterday, Native Gaming announced Social Gaming contests in partnership with Black Dog Gaming. These events are free to play and allow registered participants to win real money. The game used to earn is Native MMO.

Image credit to Native Gaming.

Social Gaming Contests

These contests feature more than $100 thousand in prizes to lucky winners. Currently, the contests are live with three simple events. Instant Win gives players free Pixiumon eggs worth money to those who subscribe and follow. Referral Contest gifts VIP tickets to a Las Vegas launch party, special monsters, and merchandise when players share with their friends. Finally, the Early Bird Special is up to 50% off when players purchase Spins, which let them catch monsters. On top of that, every dollar spent gives entries towards various sweepstakes.

“Our Social Gaming contests are a great way for players and affiliates to win some awesome prizes and get an early advantage when the Native MMO goes live.” Native Gaming CEO Justin McCool stated.

Native Gaming MMO

Pending a patent, Native MMO will be the first of its kind to offer a free-to-play slot game. Through catching, training, and battling other monsters, players get the chance to earn real money. Hourly Jackpot Raids and monster sales are the primary way to earn prizes. The digital casino will also let players buy and sell monsters.

Interested fans can register for free at the Native MMO website and try their chance at winning. Currently, there is no release date for the game. But thanks to the Social Gaming contests with Black Dog Gaming, players can already start earning monsters and items.

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Written by Justin Amin

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