Ludos Protocol Continues High Profile Marketing Campaign with Times Square Advertisements

DUBAI–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Ludos Protocol, the outstanding blockchain infrastructure to solve
latency problems in gaming industry, secured coveted spots on a
highly-visible Times Square’s digital billboard as part of its
comprehensive marketing campaign. The purpose of the marketing campaign
is to educate gamers about the value of Ludos and showcase its gaming
ecosystem prowess.

Outstanding platform to advertise

The Times Square advertising is a well-known advertising spots, ad
placement on this important platform would definitely helped Ludos to
educate gamers and developers on how Ludos Protocol is using blockchain
technique to amplify gaming. While advertisements on popular social
media platforms cost about US0.4 cents per impression, advertising on
Times Square cost nearly five times more, bue Ludos believe the
investment is justify to reach the high quality audiences.

Blockchain gaming is up and coming and will definitely be the dominance
approach used by games publishers, byy rewarding users with game tokens
and by enabling gamers to shape the game universes. Publishers will
enjoy different advantages, in terms of easier crowdfunding and easier
to determine the popularity of their games by allowing users to vote on
important gameplay elements, and hence it drive more sales.

Ludos Protocol’s ecosystem serves many functions to improve the
experience of gamers and developers,, and one of those is tosolve a
perennial problem of low Transactions per Second (TPS). Its ecosystem
offers publishers the ability to develop on the Protocol’s sidechains,
which minimizes interaction with the mainchain. This would reduce the
possibility of crashing due to the high TPS needed, as gamers has high
demand on soooth gaming experience..

More Investors

This promising blockchain project has attracted household investors such
as Softbank, which has chosen Ludos Protocol for its third-ever
blockchain investment. Other high-profile backers, such as Du Capital,
have also thrown their weight on Ludos Protocol.

“We want to create opportunities and value for gamers that haven’t been
possible previously under a centralized gaming model,” says Ludos
Protocol’s co-founder Tai Jin. “Gamers could only expand their
achievements, utilize in-game assets and currencies within traditional
games. We are actively working on a number of ways to allow gamers to
transfer that value to other games they played within the ecosystem or
toreal life.”