Decentral Games has opened another casino in the blockchain-based virtual world Decentraland! Tominoya has as its theme ancient Japan, and the casino itself is a large, graceful building decorated with Torii gates and a large cherry blossom tree providing shade in the central courtyard:
The Tominoya casino features two games of chance: slot machines and roulette tables. Here is a quick video demonstration of how the latter works:
Here are a few more pictures of the action at the roulette wheel!
There will be an official launch party of the new casino on May 1st, 2020, between 8:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. UTC, with a roulette competition! Be sure to add the event to your calendar to be reminded as it gets closer.
According to the official rules:
Each user starts by default with 1,000 PLAY to wager on roulette. To make a submission, record a video of your Decentraland avatar dancing on one of the tables in the casino and post it to our #competitions Discord channel before 8:00pm UTC May 3rd. Make sure the video shows your PLAY balance as this will determine the winners.
If you follow us on Twitter and retweet the announcement for the competition, we will add an extra 1,000 PLAY to your submission! The five players with the highest balances will win the prizes below including wearables and MANA.lances will win the prizes below including wearables and MANA!
Here are some of the limited-edition avatar wearables you can win:
Decentraland opened its doors to the general public on Feb. 20th, 2020. If you need step-by-step instructions on how to get started in Decentraland, here they are. You will need to set up an avatar account in Decentraland, linked to a crypto wallet like MetaMask, and have some MANA in order to gamble (although there is a demo version available for you to try out).
To visit the new Tominoya casino directly, just click on this link. (There is no separate client; everything runs in the web browser.)
Also, if you wish to become an investor in the casino, there is a Casino NFT sale, with tokens available for sale on OpenSea.
FULL DISCLOSURE: This blogpost is sponsored by Decentral Games, for which I am being paid in MANA, Decentraland’s in-world cryptocurrency.