GUNNAR now accepts UnikoinGold, gamers get UKG kickbacks

GUNNAR Optiks teams with Unikrn, lets gamers buy and earn with UKG.

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GUNNAR Optiks has just announced it has partnered with eSports giant Unikrn, where GUNNAR customers can purchase their gaming eyewear using UnikoinGold, or UKG.

GUNNAR now accepts UnikoinGold, gamers get UKG kickbacks |

Not only that, but Unikrn platform users will be able to win GUNNAR gaming eyewear in jackpots that will be held on the site. GUNNAR customers will receive UKG kickbacks on every purchase when they open up a Unikrn Wallet to hold UKG, and a Connekt account. The jackpot itself doesn't cost gamers a thing, but you'll need to be a Connekt user where you can earn UKG crypto for playing games.

Earning UKG is tied to some of the largest eSports games in the world, including CS:GO, League of Legends and Dota 2.

GUNNAR boss Scott Sorensen said: "This partnership with Unikrn marks a new era in ecommerce, technology, and gaming for GUNNAR. We have supported gaming and esports for a decade now, and this partnership will allow us to elevate our support to the next level. We are very excited to partner with visionaries such as the UNIKRN team because both of our brands share a passion for making your gaming experience extraordinary".

Rahul Sood, Unikrn CEO, said: "This is the first Unikrn Wallet partnership we've completed, and GUNNAR Optiks are ahead of the game. As our worldwide platform continues to attract gaming and esports fans, it will naturally become an invaluable marketplace for brands interested in this prime demographic. That means more opportunities to buy, but also more ways to win and earn for Unikrn users around the world".

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