In this issue, we explore the past, present, and future of Mythical Games’ strategy and games portfolio. We’ve also got some great podcasts and videos worth checking out.
In this issue we share top takeaways about Korea Blockchain Week before jumping into last week’s top movers and deals.
In this issue, we’re examining Zynga’s first fully-fledged web3 project, Sugartown, and discussing how the company’s ZW3 blockchain gaming division is building its first Ethereum and NFT-based project.
In this issue, we’re dissecting the new web3 game Wreck League and how the new Yuga Labs-partnered mech fighter is shaping up ahead of its September launch.
In this issue, we’re discussing two major changes to the web3 gaming landscape: Google opening the doors to blockchain games on Android and Ripple scoring a victory in its legal fight with the SEC.
In this issue, we’re taking stock of major game publishers’ stances on web3 and blockchain gaming, as well as discussing how these positions have evolved over the past two years and what to expect going forward.
In today’s issue, we’re analyzing the state of fighting games and discussing what’s on the horizon for the genre as it continues to grow, evolve, and make room for new players.
June marked yet another month of slow downward trends in many areas of web3 gaming, with a degree of resilience persisting within the sector. As a whole, Unique Active Wallets (UAWs) largely remained stable in June compared to May. More specifically, casual games continued to drive more significant increases, while more transaction-driven (and bot-heavy) games…
In this issue, we explore the state of web3 gaming on mobile — including a few examples and lessons learned — and ask whether mobile platforms present a headwind or tailwind for developers.
In this issue, we’re discussing the blockchain game Sorare and how the fantasy football title is demonstrating what a sustainable web3 title should look like.