Immutable’s Gods Unchained game has introduced a new tournament mode called “Sealed Mode,” which allows players to compete with randomly assigned cards. This format aims to reward skillful players, regardless of the size or cost of their card collection. Sealed deck tournaments are common in physical trading card games like Magic: The Gathering, but are less prevalent in digital card games. To participate in Sealed Mode, players must pay an entry fee of 15 Gods Unchained (GODS) tokens, equivalent to around $2.65. They will then receive a random selection of three gods and 60 random cards from various Gods Unchained sets. The card pool is semi-random but includes a minimum number of cards of specific types to ensure deck viability. Players must build a minimum 30-card deck from their provided cards and cannot use cards from their personal collection. The tournament continues until players either lose three matches or win seven. Rewards are distributed based on players’ final records, with cosmetic rewards exclusively available in Sealed Mode for those who win four or more matches. Sealed Mode in Gods Unchained mirrors the sealed deck or draft tournaments in physical card games like Yu-Gi-Oh!, Pokemon, and Magic: The Gathering. Unlike most digital card games, Gods Unchained represents each card as a nonfungible token on the Immutable X network, a layer-2 solution for Ethereum. Gods Unchained was one of Immutable’s first Web3 video games, and the company has been working on developing a wallet application called “Passport” for easier logins and recently released its zkEVM testnet to scale Ethereum for gaming purposes.