Counter-Strike. Global Offensive pro Gabriel “FalleN” Toledo has joined the 2Crazy eSports NFT platform.
Gabriel has become one of the most well-known players in the CS:GO community after winning two Major Championships, the largest eSports tournaments in the world with prize money ranging from $250,000 to $2 million. To become a major champion, one’s team must get past a large number of competitors.
FalleN’s team, Luminosity Gaming, won its first major tournament in 2016 when it took first place in the MLG Major Championship. Columbus, taking home $500,000 in prize money. Since then, Gabriel and his team have won 10 CS:GO tournaments, including another Counter-Strike Major Championship, ESL One Cologne 2016. Thanks to a series of successful tournaments, Gabriel made Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list, which includes the most successful industry representatives under the age of 30.
Today, Gabriel is a member of Team Liquid, one of the most successful teams in the eSports industry, with a total team revenue of $40 million.
But Gabriel didn’t just stay in the gaming and eSports industry. Today, he is a successful entrepreneur and politician. He created his own company, The Gaming Academy, and has become a successful eSports organization. His business experience once again worked in his favor when he decided to join the trendy NFT world through the 2Crazy eSports NFT platform.
About the 2Crazy NFT platform
2Crazy is the ultimate NFT platform, allowing you to auction, trade and play with the awesome NFTs posted on the platform.With 2Crazy’s NFTs, you can get additional opportunities to profit from things like raffles, giveaways and those NFT drops that stack 2CRAZY tokens.
If you’re not familiar with NFTs, here’s a quick explanation: an NFT is a unique non-exchangeable digital asset based on blockchain technology that has data stored on a digital ledger at its core.NFTs are used to represent media content, such as videos, images, and music. Learn more about NFTs here.
The 2Crazy platform is under active development, with future plans to integrate with the Binance smart chain and deploy its own NFT use cases. The ultimate goal of the platform is to create its own licensed games and become part of the professional eSports scene.
The 2Crazy eSports NFT platform has already received funding from Twin Apex Capital, ICO Pantera, Exchange.bitcoin.com, Dark Pool, MDA Capital, MXC, Magnus Capital, Stakely, X21, Megala Ventures, Blocksync, Clouds Capital, Skynet, Orion Protocol, Exnetwork Capital and AU21, among others.