Play2Live Users Can Now Assign Interactive Tasks To Fortnite Streamers
Play2Live, cybersports streaming platform, has announced a new feature that allows users assign interactive tasks to streamers in the Fortnite game and monitor their progress, thus creating a fundamentally new level of interaction between platform users, and forming an economy around the LUC (Level Up Coin) token as the only means of payment within the platform.
Developers of the platform say they are providing unique features for streamers and for their subscribers with the help of which they will be directly affecting the content produced by the streamer.
In the game Fortnite, users can ask the player to eliminate 10 opponents using sniper rifles, conduct uninterrupted three hour streams, change the game altogether, etc. Any user can support someone else's tasks using LUC tokens or assign their own tasks.
According to the technical director of the project, Vladislav Arbatov, any user of the Play2Live platform can now offer a streamer in Fortnite to use specific weapons, equipment, skills, including within a specified time or on a specific location.
Play2Live Flexible Features Rewards Users
The most actively involved users will receive rewards in tokens, which allows them to gamify their interactions within the platform. Basically, the more active users participate in various activities, the more tokens they earn.
On the other hand, a streamer can select a particular task or several tasks at the same time. If their efforts are successful, they will receive rewards equal to the price set for the task, and in the event of failure, the tokens are returned to the viewers. Many would wonder how the system would be determined if the streamer fulfilled the task? The neutral network “watches” the stream and determines with the highest precision whether the task was actually carried out.
In fact, the task itself is a smart contract with a deposit in LUC tokens, or an analog of the escrow function with a deposit in LUC for the time allocated for the task performed by the streamer.
Currently, Play2Live is testing the system of interactive tasks on the game Fortnite, but soon, as the Technical Director of the platform Vladislav Arbatov assures his audience, the number of games allowing for interactive tasks will multiply.
Interactive tasks are said to be already working successfully in Overwatch, but soon they will be developed for each popular game, and by the end of the year, such functions will be available for more than 300 games. The internal system of neural network training will allow for adding new types of events very quickly.
Play2live combines blockchain technologies and streaming services, where users can spend money in more than 15 different ways, which is three times more than compared to any similar project.