Retail giant Amazon has joined forces with Mojo Melee, an NFT game developed on the Ethereum scaling network Polygon. The collaboration aims to distribute exclusive NFTs to Amazon Prime subscribers.

Planet Mojo’s six-month promotion brings subscribers a delightful array of monthly in-game item drops. These include Spellstones, currency packs, and digital collectibles, like fresh champions and skins.

These remarkable digital collectibles grant tokenholders the power to utilize them in upcoming Planet Mojo games. Also, holders can effortlessly trade these NFTs on vibrant open marketplaces.

Amazon Prime Gaming portal offers its first promotion, granting Prime subscribers a complimentary package. This package includes an NFT and in-game currency. It is exclusively available to those who create a new player account for Mojo Melee. 

The package contains one NFT for the champion character Gwyn Rockhopper and 885 units of Ore, a non-crypto in-game currency.

Mojo Melee on Amazon Gaming, Source: Amazing Gaming Portal
Mojo Melee on Amazon Gaming, Source: Amazing Gaming Portal

What is Mojo Melee?

A team of industry veterans with backgrounds at LucasArts, Electronic Arts, and Activision, designed Mojo Melee. The game can be played on web browsers and Android devices. This game adds a casual twist to the “auto battler” genre, fusing elements from chess and real-time strategy games. 

Mojo Melee draws inspiration from deck-building games rather than following the conventional auto-chess approach. Therefore, players’ experimental team choices influencing the outcome of battles.

Prime members not only gain access to monthly drops but also unlock the upcoming “Mod-able” Mojos. These digital collectibles enable players to customize and craft distinctive appearances, showcasing them in-game and on-chain.

Urvit Goel, the vice president of global business development at Polygon Labs, expressed excitement at the close collaboration between Mojo Melee and Amazon Prime Gaming. He noted that this partnership is a significant sign of Web3 gaming gaining mainstream popularity. He also expressed pride in witnessing the player-first approach being developed on the Polygon platform.