The minimum stake requirement for joining or creating a duel is $10, which can either be an on-site balance of $10 worth of RLB or any of the supported NFT collections.
Rollbit announced the launch of its latest offering - Duel Arena - in a post on X on November 25. Today, the crypto casino platform offered more details about the exciting player versus player (PvP) RuneScape-Inspired gaming arena, with a 0% house edge.
“To celebrate the launch of Duel Arena, we’re giving away $500k! To kick things off, we’re giving $1-$10k to players wagering @BoredApeYC or @cryptopunksnfts on Duel Arena over the next 24 hours!” Rollbit said on November 25.
In pre-launch announcements, Rollbit said profit is not the motive to develop and release this gaming area where the house will have no edge. It said the idea is to provide the gamers the joy and thrill of playing in a RuneScape-inspired gaming arena.
It also provided a sneak peek of the upcoming RuneScape-inspired Duel Arena, promising to open early access to this gaming arena, where players can freely negotiate the bet.
“If you’ve played RuneScape, you’ll know the excitement of epic battles and thrilling PvP Duels. Now, Rollbit introduces the Duel Arena, inspired by the spirit of the original Sand Casino. In this blog post, we’ll break down Rollbit’s Duel Arena and explain what makes it so special!” Rollbit said in its blog.
How to Play in the Duel Arena
Joining or creating a duel in Rollbit’s Duel Arena is a rather simple process. Once you enter the arena, you can either join an available duel or create one for other users to join. Creating a duel is as simple as clicking a button. Navigate to the ‘Create Duel’ section and choose your stake amount – whether it be cash, RLB (Rollbit’s native currency), or supported NFT collections.
When joining or creating a duel, the minimum stake requirement is $10. This stake can either be in the on-site balance or $10 worth of RLB. Additionally, Rollbit‘s Duel Arena supports various NFT collections, such as Bored Ape Yacht Club (Bored Apes), CryptoPunks, Rollbots, and Sportsbots.
Once you have created your duel, all you have to do is wait for an opponent to join. When they do, you will be able to see their stake and decide whether to allow them into the duel or kick them out if their offer does not meet your expectations. You can negotiate stakes through the private chat box or simply accept the duel if it meets your requirements.
The Duel Mechanics
Once the duel begins, each fighter starts with 990 health points and takes turns landing punches on their opponent. There is also an option to block incoming punches, reducing or even completely nullifying damage. The amount of damage inflicted by each hit varies, ranging from 1 to a critical hit of 112 health points.
The duel continues until one fighter’s health points reach zero or fall below. In this case, the opponent is declared the victor and receives the spoils. It is important to note that Rollbit uses a ‘Provably Fair’ system to ensure the integrity and fairness of each duel. This system guarantees that Rollbit cannot influence or have knowledge of the outcome of duels.