Make My MMO: Crowfall’s GvG tourney is dishing out $50K in cash and prizes


This week in crowdfunded MMOs, you could win a slice of $25,000! Or you could if you’re a badass in crowdfunded beta MMO Crowfall, which is in the midst of its Eternal Champions Series event. There’s still a few days left for teams to apply for the 3rd through 6th qualifiers, with cash and prizes running up to $50,000 total.

Meanwhile, Albion Online confirmed its mobile launch for this summer, Elite Dangerous’ Odyssey picked May 19th for its launch date, Temtem rolled out its 0.7.1 update, TitanReach posted a fresh round of concept art and props, and Chris Metzen’s D&D project has raised over $800,000. Finally, Dual Universe still hasn’t come clean about the replacement of its founder, but it did… delay its launch window. Not good, fam.

Read on for more on what’s been up with MMO crowdfunding over the last few weeks, plus our roundup of all the crowdfunded MMOs we’re following!

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Recent MMO crowdfunding news

Star Citizen

Campaigns and crowdfunded MMOs we’re watching

Holy crap it launched Holy crap it launched
It's launched, kinda It semi-launched?
In the development dungeons In development
It's dead, Jim Dead or abandoned
Drama bomb

Elite Dangerous

Yes, some crowdfunded MMOs most definitely do succeed. But others crash and burn, and you need to hear about the whole spectrum of games that sought your money early in exchange for the promise of input and transparency. And that’s exactly what Make My MMO does every Saturday. Help us keep ’em accountable, would ya?

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…why are they hosting like, competitive tournaments with fairly sizable prize pools…while still in active development? Everything about this seems…odd and kinda weird.

Dug From The Earth

I hope that money is from sponsorships, else if I was a backer, id be quite put off.

Francis Baud

It could also come from the external investors’ money since only 17% of Crowfall’s funding is from crowdfunding.