Mana Is an Innovative New Debit Card and Rewards Platform for Gamers

If you’re reading this, there’s a good chance that you spend a lot of your time playing video games.

You’re probably quite good at it by now.

So good that you deserve a reward.

Maybe even an endless succession of rewards, flowing into your life on a daily basis without you having to make any effort to change your habits in the slightest.

This is your lucky day. Mana is a brilliant new rewards platform that lets you feather your nest with discounts and in-game items just by playing games and buying stuff.

That is, by doing the things you’re already doing.

Let’s start with gaming. Mana has partnered up with a few different developers to offer rewards through custom-made in-game activities.

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As the Mana team explained in a recent interview. “Our rewards program is built from the ground up with all types of gamers in mind; with straight forward quests and perks that allow you to earn points and track your progress.”

At present, the selection of games included in the program includes Clash Royale, League of Legends, Valorant, CSGO, Apex Legends, and more.

To get started, all you need to do is connect your gamertag through the Mana app and the rewards will start flowing, allowing you to earn Mana points to spend on in-game items, video games, and gift cards.

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But playing games isn’t the only way to earn Mana points. Mana is also a debit card, backed by MVB and approved by the FDIC. You need to deposit money into your account to use it, but your funds are insured up to $250,000.

As long as you’re 18 or over you can open a Mana checking account and use your Mana Visa debit card to pay for, well, anything. Shopping, trainers, hats. It’s just a debit card.

Except it’s a debit card that gives you Mana points every time you use it.

There are two types of Mana cards on offer.

There’s the free Damascus card, which gives you 3x points from select gaming and entertainment subscriptions, 2x points from gaming products in the Mana shop, and 1x points from every other purchase.

And there’s the $119.95 Black Damascus card, which gives you 5x points from gaming and entertainment subscriptions and 3x points from gaming products in the Mana shop, plus a whole host of other benefits.

These include a $25 Xbox Gift Card, a $25 PlayStation Gift Card, a 1-year subscription to Surfshark VPN, a 1-year subscription to Discord Nitro Classic, and more.

The total value of all these goodies is close to $540, so it’s a great deal. Not only is Mana incredibly useful, but it’s incredibly cool, too. The Black Damascus account even comes with a Steel debit card.

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Not only is Mana incredibly useful, but it’s incredibly cool, too. The Black Damascus account even comes with a Steel debit card.

The team at Mana is understandably proud of this piece of cutting edge design. “You need to get your hands on our card! This gorgeous, sleek design is something every gamer will be proud to show off.”

The team at Mana is understandably proud of this piece of cutting edge design. “You need to get your hands on our card! This gorgeous, sleek design is something every gamer will be proud to show off.”

And there’s more in the pipeline.

“Our current focus is adding all of the banking features that our customers may expect from their bank, so stay tuned for things like mobile check deposit and virtual cards coming soon.

“But we’re also massively expanding our list of supported games and improving our Rewards program in many ways. That means new types of Quests, Perks, and items coming to the Shop”.

Mana seems like a real no-brainer to us, with plenty of upsides and no obvious downsides.

To check it out, head to the Google Play Store or the App Store to download Mana for free right now. For more information check out their Website

Disclaimer: Banking services provided by MVB Bank., Member FDIC. Terms and Conditions apply. The Mana Visa® Debit Card issued by MVB pursuant to a license from Visa U.S.A. Inc. VISA Terms and Conditions apply.

 

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