BAYZ launches Castle Crush NFT game in partnership with Wildlife


  • BAYZ to launch the first NFT, Castle Crush, in collaboration with Wildlife
  • The company invested USD 150,000 in the game’s development for the community engagement activities done by BAYZ
  • BAYZ will also promote the launchpad for creators, who will have early access to in-game investment

Recently to promote the game Castle Crush, Wildlife, a primary international game developer established in Brazil, has collaborated with BAYZ, a leading web3 game publisher introducing the future of gaming to America.

Also, the company contributed USD 150,000 to the game’s development for the community engagement activities done by BAYZ and provided Castle Crush fans with financial advice. 

The firm took to its official Twitter handle to announce the partnership with great joy that they officially announce their collaboration with one of the biggest mobile game studios on the planet, Wildlifestudios. Also, they will be releasing their first NFT game named Castle Crush.

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Guilherme Barbosa, the General Director of BAYZ, recently released a statement that said:

This is Wildlife’s first NFT game, and being chosen to carry out this work and other deliverables for the game has a great meaning for BAYZ, which seeks to accommodate itself as a major reference in this market.

In Castle Crush, players engage in 1v1 real-time using a deck of cards to destroy their opponent’s castle. A player’s castle is destroyed after a match that lasts one to three minutes. 

BAYZ recently played a role in creating the currency that will be added with the launch of the blockchain layer in June. This currency will be available for acquisition in the daily, seasonal, tournament, and NFT sales.

Fernando Sette, the Wildlife Product Director, also shared his thoughts about the partnership and said:

BAYZ will not only introduce new players to Castle Crush but will architect our biggest marketing campaigns in Brazil and potentially in the future, in LATAM.