Kind Hosts Massive 126K-Attendee Web3 Online Party In Pixels

Benzinga – Kind, the innovative Web3 creators agency known for enhancing the digital experiences of creators and gamers, recently hosted one of the largest online parties in Web 3 history. This monumental event on Pixels attracted up to 126,000 players, witnessed by over 2,500 viewers on Twitch, and connected more than 100 key opinion leaders (KOLs) simultaneously.

The party wasn’t just about breaking records; it was a showcase of community and technology. Attendees enjoyed a slew of rewards, including Pixels tokens, TEK Guild memberships, and VIP in-game passes, enhancing their interactive experience.

This event marks a significant milestone in the Web3 community, demonstrating Kind’s commitment to building a more engaging and rewarding platform for creators and gamers alike. As Web3 continues to evolve, Kind is at the forefront, pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in virtual spaces.

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In the aftermath of their successful event, Kind took to X to express heartfelt thanks to everyone who played a pivotal role in the organization and execution of their massive online party in Pixels. They extended their gratitude to Kyle Blohm for his expertise in crafting the event, and to Heidi Christne for her pivotal role in making the event possible. Appreciation was also shown to Chief for an enthralling Twitch stream, and to partners like TEK and Tribally Games for their significant contributions to the event’s success in the Pixels ecosystem. Additionally, Kind acknowledged Esports4Everyone, Sourbeck, and Covetor for their exceptional efforts in stream production, which peaked at over 2,700 viewers on Twitch.

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