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Top 5 PvP Blockchain Games

Best Player vs Player NFT Games

What Is a PvP Game?

Player versus player (PvP) is a multiplayer interactive conflict between human players within a game. It is the polar opposite of Player versus Environment (PVE), in which the game controls the opponents of its players. PvP is a broad term that can refer to any game or aspect of a game in which players compete against one another. We’ve been trying to pit two-dimensional characters against each other for multiplayer action for as long as gaming has existed. The popularity of Player vs. Player (PvP) gaming is likely to continue to grow within the mainstream gaming industry.

The ability to play the same game with other real people from all over the world has changed the way we enjoy the PvP genre, and mobiles play a significant role in this push. You and another player battle for supremacy in quick battles that typically last less than five minutes.

In this article, we’ll look at the top 5 PVP games and PvP-mode examples in various types of casual games to better understand how you can use PvP-modes as an extremely effective tool in casual games to increase user engagement and retention.

To begin, let’s look at the casual game market and identify games that use either an asynchronous or synchronous PvP mode (or modes).

In Asynchronous PvP, players do not compete against each other at the same time. They are either matched against an AI opponent who controls the opposing player’s character, or they are matched against another player who is not playing at the same time as them.

In Synchronous PvP, players are matched against other players in real-time and both play the game at the same time.

Top 5 PvP Blockchain Games

1.  Battle of Guardians (BOG)


Battle of Guardians is an NFT fighting game that enables users to utilize their NFT assets to fight against computers or other players. 

Battle of Guardians (BOG) is described as a real-time multiplayer NFT fighting game developed in Unreal Engine and built on the multichain Solana network and Binance Smart Chain. In the vast game world, players engage in fierce multi-realm battles.


BOG is a one-on-one game in which players are constantly competing to defeat other players in order to earn more rewards; it allows users to use their NFT assets to fight against computers or other players. You can check out more Battle of Guardians stats on Chainplay


2.     Rebel Bots – Xoil Wars

Rebel Bots — Xoil Wars is a cross-platform card battle game where players can play, advance, and earn cryptocurrency rewards. The sci-fi theme in outer space is one of the game’s most intriguing features. Players must form alliances around extraterrestrial kingdoms, build armies of fighting robots, and compete for valuable Xoil resources.


The Rebel Bots team’s vision is to create a blockchain gaming franchise by introducing multiple gaming titles for the Rebel Bots brand. Players would be able to use in-game items within a Rebel Bots universe. The focus of the team is on building social games that enable players to play both casual and competitive gameplay with others. 

According to their Whitepaper, they are looking to introduce First Time User Experience (FTUE) for non-NFT players, get help from the community to launch the game, and foster a sustainable Play-to-Earn economy and Rebel Bots universe in which players would be able to play using characters they own as digital collectibles in multiple games. 

The Rebel Bots ecosystem has its own native token RBLS which is available on exchanges such as Gateio, SushiSwap, BitMart, etc. 

Some of the investors in Rebel Bots include Animoca Brands, Ubisoft, Polygon Studios, among many others.

3. Galaxy Fight Club (GFC)  

Galaxy Fight Club is described as one of the first cross-IP, cross-platform (PC+ Mobile) PvP fighting games in which players with different NFT collections can compete to win and earn rewards via play-to-earn mechanics. GFC features fighting with avatars from other collections, gamers must own a minimum of one Galaxy Fighter which serves as a key into the game.  


What’s great is that it doesn’t matter which NFT collection you own, since even those that don’t own any NFTs are also able to play and earn with Galaxy Fight Club. Players that win 3v3 team matches have the opportunity to win Silver Key Fragments which can then be combined into lootbox keys that give access to useful weaponry as NFTs. The lootbox keys and even the loot are all on-chain NFTs and can be sold by users on NFT marketplaces such as Opensea

$GCOIN is the in-game utility currency that players need for opening loot boxes, forging weapons, training Gen 2 fighters and other utility. $GCOIN can be obtained from exchanges such as Huobi, MEXC, Gateio, and others. 

Some of the investors in GFC include KuCoin Labs, Sequoia, Animoca Brands, YGG, among others. 

4. The Crypto Prophecies (TCP)

The Crypto Prophecies is a peer-to-peer price prediction game that utilizes NFT characters known as Crypto Prophets.


With TCP, you have to place your bet and contend against other players by predicting how each candle will close. It’s a real-time point-based game with a time limit, so you have to make predictions quickly and keep an eye out for your opponents’ magical spells! 

In this PvP blockchain game, players can go head-to-head with other prophets or place wagers, cast spells over the candles as they foresee the crypto futures to make profits. TCP token is a fungible token that uses the ERC20 token standard. The token has several use cases including ecosystem governance and granting holders voting rights on proposals to further develop the gaming ecosystem. The tokens can also be used to wager in PvP game modes. In addition, players can win the tokens as prizes in daily probabilistic draws. TCP tokens can also be used for gaining access to special events and tournaments. Furthermore, TCP tokens are needed for purchasing NFT characters, items and ancillaries. TCP tokens can be traded on exchanges such as KuCoin, Gateio, BitMart and others. 


The Crypto Prophecies is backed by some notable investors that include the likes of Animoca Brands, Chronos Ventures, Kyros Ventures, among others. 

5. Playermon

Playermon is described as a boundless play-to-earn game in which anyone can explore, battle, breed, and trade in the multiverse with their favorite space companions known as Playermons. Players can use their Playermons to colonize planets, earn resources, and battle other players and much more.


The project focuses on socializing elements and provides a free-to-play feature which allows players to play without taking a risk in investing their hard-earned money. Utilizing generic or dummy Playermons, players can join the game. The game offers PvE and PvP game modes

Bonus – Crypto Fight Club 

Crypto Fight Club is a blockchain game that uses NFTs as passports to a gaming ecosystem where players can mint fighters and  participate in high-yield staking and play-to-earn games.

Getting started is as simple as connecting a web3 wallet such as MetaMask to the Crypto Fight Club minting dashboard. From there a user can effectively begin the process of obtaining an NFT fighter. They will be prompted to confirm the transaction and burn 2,000 $FIGHT tokens in order to open a mystery box.


There’s an option to stake $FIGHT or LP tokens inside of an NFT fighter for a period between 1 day and 5 years. In order for LP stakes to earn higher returns than native $FIGHT stakes, the two pools are split 80/20. 

Crypto Fight Club’s vision is to introduce a series of mini-games that will feature inside of the CFC Metaverse. Games such as Chicken Run, Fight The Bear, Battle Royale will give players the ability to explore quality gameplay in addition to earning tokens and NFTs.


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