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Roobet Enters the Japanese Market with $1 Million For Grabs In A F2P Contest

Roobet, the crypto platform powered by a focus on entertainment, has officially launched in the Japanese market. The move sees the company expand its offerings to include the scintillating and exciting Japanese sports and esports ecosystem. Furthermore, it coincides with the start of the new season of the Nippon Professional Baseball League (NPB) on October 28.

To celebrate its entry into the new market, Roobet is hosting a Pick’em contest with $1,000,000 to be won on Roobet Picks, the company’s free-to-play platform. The contest will provide baseball and esports fans with a chance to compete for major prizes while having fun as they test their sports knowledge, and make predictions.

Roobet’s player-centric ecosystem targeting the masses

Roobet is building a brand whose mission is to leverage innovative Web3 technologies to foster community-driven fun built around sports and gaming. The company is keen on removing barriers to entry by supporting free-to-play gaming. In addition, Roobet aims to attract discerning players through its immersive, player-centric and secure platform. It has over 300 million views on TiKTok, signaling its status as a force to reckon with on the internet gaming space.

Japan has one of the world’s most vibrant gaming and esports cultures, and it is natural for Roobet to be excited to set up shop in the country. With $1,000,000 on the line, the Pick’em contest certainly set to grab the limelight in the Japanese gaming calendar.

However, fans can expect more than the prize money from Roobet Picks. Its has brought a basket load of fun predictor quizzes covering the Nippon Professional Baseball League (NPB), the US’ National Football League (NFL), Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), boxing, the English Premier League (EPL), and esports such as the Roobet Cup and a Daily Game.