- Different game modes
- Provides flexibility to small spenders
- There isn’t information on the team
- Small community across social media
- No information about updates
Q1 - 2021
- The idea for the project was born
Q2 - 2021
- Proof of concept development
Q3 - 2021
- MVP (Soft Launch)
- Launch of Freeroll and Sit & Go games, earn rewards on desktop HTML5 version
Q4 - 2021
- Introduction of NFT Elite membership club
- InPoker NFT Marketplace launch
Q1 - 2022
- Large poker festivals for NFT holders
- Gambling license
- Additional poker games & formats
Q2 - 2022
- Official launch of all modules and utility for INP and InPoker NFT
- Launch of iOS & Android apps, Mac & Windows clients
- Dashboard 2.0
Q3 - 2022 – 2023
- Metaverse RND
About the Game
InPoker is a poker site that allows players to play poker while earning rewards. It also offers a NFT membership for those who are not only poker enthusiasts but also crypto enthusiasts. The platform brings various game formats with different tournaments that the player can choose from.
To become a member of the Elite NFT club, the player has to purchase an NFT Card called “Black Label” directly from InPoker. The Elite NFT membership provides free entries to daily tournaments and special privileges for promotions, activities, merchandise, and events.
The game has 3 different formats:
Texas Hold’em: The most popular form of poker. Each player is given two cards, and the table gets five community cards. Players have to make the best five-card poker hand combining their cards with the community cards.
Pot Limit Omaha: Each player is dealt four cards, and the table gets five community cards. The player has to make the best five-card poker hand using only two cards from their hand and only three from the table.
Short Deck: It follows the same rules and format from Texas Hold’em but with a twist. This game eliminates the low ranked cards, using a 36-card deck instead of a regular 52 card deck. Players are dealt two cards and the table gets five community cards. The player with the best five-card poker hand including their two cards wins the match.
The platform offers 11 types of tournaments:
- Regular & Freeroll: No information yet. Coming soon
- Satellites: Tournaments in which the prize is not money, but tickets to other tournaments
- Turbo: These tournaments tend to be pretty short in terms of duration. It has a faster-than-usual structure
- Builder: Online poker tournaments with no guaranteed prize pool. The entry fee is higher than other tournaments. It tends to be a small number of players
- Sit & Go: These do not have a scheduled start time, yet they start when a preset number of players have signed up
- Knockout (KO): Players eliminate their opponents, and consequently receive their opponent’s bounty as a prize
- Progressive Knockout (PKO): It is the same as the KO tournament, but the winner takes half of the opponent’s bounty as a prize
- Double or Nothing: These are 4-max Sit & Go games that end when half of the players have been eliminated. The prize is split in half between the two winners
- Progressive Knockout (PKO) Sit & Go: A 6-max version of PKO Sit & Go games
- Spin & Move: The fastest chance to multiply your buy-in (entry fee) by 12000. The prize is randomly chosen, so it gives the player a chance to win big
- Pump of Dump: These are fast-paced All-in or Fold tournaments. Players can only choose between going All-in or Fold on their hand
Players must be 18 years old or older to play.
Also, in order to pass the KYC verification, the player needs to make at least one deposit.
Total Supply: 1,000,000,000
Players have to use $INP to pay for the entry fee, which varies depending on the tournament, and in-game activities.
InPoker allows players to increase the rakeback rate probably faster than other platforms. By staking your NFT, $INP tokens or both at the same time the rakeback rate increases immediately. When players stake tokens, they also receive a modest APY interest.
Note: Rakeback is a term used in the poker world that refers to a player reward system, in which the platform returns part of the entry fee to the player as an incentive to keep playing.
Users can earn money by playing poker matches and getting ranked in the leaderboards.
Also, players can buy and sell their NFTs cards in the game’s marketplace.
Players would have the possibility to earn $BUSD by recording a video and a voiceover for teaching purposes, sharing tips, skills, strategies, or interesting poker moments. The player with the best videos, selected by the InPoker team, wins the rewards.
"As a whole, I believe this project offers a lot. The poker community has always been huge, but if you add to the equation the possibility to own NFTs and to have a high rakeback, I believe this could be enormous. The project also offers its platform for small spenders and people who do not want to get involved in the NFT world since the NFT membership is not mandatory. It gives everyone the opportunity to play, and it even tries to bring influencers into the game by giving them commissions which would create more traffic.
However, there always has to be a downfall. So, first of all we have no idea who the team is. They have no information on it and honestly, that makes the project look bad. It would also seem like they do not have an established plan, since the roadmap only shows what is already out. So, we have no clue what is coming next. Finally, the online community is not as good either, which makes me think that maybe today’s world is not really focused on this type of projects anymore."
Social Networks and online presence