The game, called Kwari, is set in a variety of gaming arenas, and teams of 16 players try to find a pill on the map and hold it for the longest time.
Players get cash every time they hit another player and have money deducted if they get hit themselves. A cash jackpot at the end of every game is split between the top two players.
"Kwari has been designed with a single purpose in mind: to give you the opportunity to translate your shooter skills into some serious cash," said the company.
"Everything about the game has been tailored to that effect, so that even an average player should be able to get ahead in the game quickly. 100 percent of the cash generated through the game goes back to the players in the form of prizes."
Players can also lose cash by 'smashing' or using various power ups. Kwari makes its money by selling players ammunition.
The beta version of the game is currently available for download and final code is expected shortly.
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