Play, Stake, and Participate to Earn QORPO Tokens

QORPO Game Studio is in the midst of their token generation event (TGE) for QORPO, the primary ecosystem and governance token.This events offers NFT holders, players, and community engagers opportunities to earn QORPO tokens, which will be airdropped in waves over the next several months.

The first of the QORPOR token generation airdrops has already passed, but you still have plenty of time to earn some tokens for yourself! The QORPO token generation event is scheduled to run in five ‘seasons’. We are currently on the second season (as of March 19th, 2024) and there is still a chance for you to earn some tokens!

The QORPO token will be integrated into all current and future game titles from the QORPO Game Studio, including Citizen Conflict and AneeMate. It will also be used for minting game assets as NFTs, as a currency for some in-game activities (such as buying and selling on the markets), staking, and as a governance token.

How to earn QORPO tokens

There are several ways to earn QORPOR tokens throughout this event.

One way is by owning Aneemate and Genesis Zero NFTs. Owners of these NFTs can earn airdrop points through a soft staking system. Basically, as long as you hold your NFTs in the same wallet and don’t list them for sale on any marketplaces, you will begin accruing points. Holders can earn bonuses for holding onto the NFTs for extended periods, posting on social media, and by playing Citizen Conflict.

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Players can also accumulate points by completing social, market, and game tasks. This event even includes a play to airdrop option. By playing Citizen Conflict and completing daily tasks, players earn points which will give them a bigger share of the next QORPO allocation.

You can read the full details of the earning and airdrop system at

More about QORPOR Game Studio

QORPO Game Studio is a web3 game development company with two games in production, Citizen Conflict, an FPS, and AneeMate, an “open-world creature extraction shooter” — basically a Pokemon-style game as near as I can tell.

Citizen Conflict is currently in alpha, while AneeMate should see its first alpha sometime this year.

The various QORPO NFT collections span several blockchains. The AneeMate Genesis Zero collection can be found on the Binance chain while the Citizen Conflict Heroes are on Polygon. There is also the Citizen Zero Founder’s Collection, which are the premiere NFTs for the QORPO ecosystem. These are available on the Ethereum network and currently cost about 0.21 ETH.

To learn more about QORPO, visit their website, follow them on Twitter, and join their Discord.

What is Citizen Conflict?

Citizen conflict is a free to play, team based FPS. Built in Unreal 5, Citizen Conflict sees teams of players fighting across a variety of maps. The game will include various play modes such as deathmatch, battle royale, extraction, and others. There will also be an open world where Syndicates can fight for control of various districts. The open game world will include vehicles such as cars, motorcycles, and helicopters!

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Heroes come in five different classes, and can be outfitted with gear and equipment that changes or enhances their abilities. And these items are not just cosmetic. Everything equipped affects the character’s gameplay in some manner. Players can purchase equipment Lootboxes, and also claim a free, Common box every day.

Citizen Conflict has their own token called CCASH. This will be used for in-game purchases.

To learn more about Citizen Conflict, visit their website, follow them on Twitter, and join their Discord.

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Phil Hall has been a gaming enthusiast since birth and a crypto enthusiast since 2017. He enjoys new discoveries and sharing those with others via blogging and photography. You can follow him on Twitter or read his other articles on Medium.

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