Catness Game Studios prepares its first Summer Olympics of HIVE The first HIVE: Altenum Wars Olympics will be held from Saturday, July 28th to Sunday, August 5th. The games consists of various tests headed by a global online tournament. Winners can obtain prizes such as a PlayStation4, a PS4VR kit or special game material. The winner also will participate in the creation of a personalized skin of the game. 26th of July 2018 Catness Game Studios, who released a few months ago their first videogame HIVE: Altenum Wars, is going to organize their first online event. The HIVE summer Olympics are a series of competitions, such as tournaments, leagues, "marathons" and other tests. All related to their video game HIVE: Altenum Wars. The event will begin on Saturday 28th and will end the next Sunday, August 5. During this period of time, the Hexadiers - HIVE players- should build a team to train, share fun moments on social networks and finally compete in the HIVE global online tournament. During this time, players will be able to acquire points to climb in the ranking of the Olympics, for the tournament that will take place from August 2nd to 5th. After finishing the tournament and making the last points counts, Catness Game Studios team will announce the winners that can choose between a PlayStation4 or a PlayStation Virtual Reality kit, in addition to many other surprises. To participate, users only have to register for the tournament and they will automatically be registered for all events. Through its website, the team explains in detail all the tests and requirements: http://hive.catnessgames.com/let-the-hive-summer-olympic-games-begin/ With this action, Catness aims to energize the community of its video game and give the starting signal to next seasons with more competitions and surprises, seems like they are aiming to enter to the eSports industry.

Gaming at a Glance: HIVE: Altenum Wars

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Gaming at a Glance: HIVE: Altenum Wars

 

Catness Game Studios prepares its first Summer Olympics of HIVE

 

  • The first HIVE: Altenum Wars Olympics will be held from Saturday, July 28th to Sunday, August 5th.
  • The games consists of various tests headed by a global online tournament.
  • Winners can obtain prizes such as a PlayStation4, a PS4VR kit or special game material.
  • The winner also will participate in the creation of a personalized skin of the game.

 

Catness Game Studios prepares its first Summer Olympics of HIVE    The first HIVE: Altenum Wars Olympics will be held from Saturday, July 28th to Sunday, August 5th. The games consists of various tests headed by a global online tournament. Winners can obtain prizes such as a PlayStation4, a PS4VR kit or special game material. The winner also will participate in the creation of a personalized skin of the game.   26th of July 2018  Catness Game <a  href=Studios, who released a few months ago their first videogame HIVE: Altenum Wars, is going to organize their first online event. The HIVE summer Olympics are a series of competitions, such as tournaments, leagues, "marathons" and other tests. All related to their video game HIVE: Altenum Wars. The event will begin on Saturday 28th and will end the next Sunday, August 5. During this period of time, the Hexadiers - HIVE players- should build a team to train, share fun moments on social networks and finally compete in the HIVE global online tournament. During this time, players will be able to acquire points to climb in the ranking of the Olympics, for the tournament that will take place from August 2nd to 5th. After finishing the tournament and making the last points counts, Catness Game Studios team will announce the winners that can choose between a PlayStation4 or a PlayStation Virtual Reality kit, in addition to many other surprises. To participate, users only have to register for the tournament and they will automatically be registered for all events. Through its website, the team explains in detail all the tests and requirements: http://hive.catnessgames.com/let-the-hive-summer-olympic-games-begin/ With this action, Catness aims to energize the community of its video game and give the starting signal to next seasons with more competitions and surprises, seems like they are aiming to enter to the eSports industry." width="300" height="225" />26th of July 2018

Gaming at a Glance Catness Game Studios, who released a few months ago their first videogame HIVE: Altenum Wars, is going to organize their first online event. The HIVE summer Olympics are a series of competitions, such as tournamentsleagues, "marathons" and other tests. All related to their video game HIVE: Altenum Wars. The event will begin on Saturday 28th and will end the next Sunday, August 5. During this period of time, the Hexadiers - HIVE players- should  build a team to train, share fun moments on social networks and finally compete in the HIVE global online tournament.

During this time, players will be able to acquire points to climb in the ranking of the Olympics, for the tournament that will take place from August 2nd to 5th. After finishing the tournament and making the last points counts, Catness Game Studios team will announce the winners that can choose between a PlayStation4 or a PlayStation Virtual Reality kit, in addition to many other surprises.

To participate, users only have to register for the tournament and they will automatically be registered for all events. Through its website, the team explains in detail all the tests and requirements: http://hive.catnessgames.com/let-the-hive-summer-olympic-games-begin/

With this action, Catness aims to energize the community of its video game and give the starting signal to next seasons with more competitions and surprises, seems like they are aiming to enter to the eSports industry.

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