La Française des Jeux (FDJ) has launched Go Mojo, a free-play digital gaming platform underpinned by blockchain technology, which allows punters to win prizes of up to €100,000.
The Go Mojo platform developed in collaboration with new media and marketing tech specialist Redpill, with players accumulating digital currency that can be used to pay for entry to a various types of games.
It uses blockchain technology to ensure the integrity and security of the games provided, FDJ said. Upon signup, players are given 30 credits, and can earn more money by watching adverts or via referral bonuses for new sign-ups.
The platform currently provides a wide range of games, based on various themes, 7 of which can be played to accumulate credits. There are additionally t3 – Go Mojo, Go 100 and Go Lucky – where players can bet credits to win real-money prizes.
Go Mojo, the flagship game, provides weekly draws with a top prize of €100,000 on Wednesdays and Sundays. Go 100, on the other hand, holds draws every two minutes, awarding prizes of up to €100.
Lastly, Go Lucky, uses a raffle format with a weekly draw including a €500 prize every Monday. Punters can then withdraw earnings of €20 or more after verifying their IDs to ensure they are of legal age.