Jumpstart on GameFi’s Revolution at Apollo Academy
GameFi’s potential for growth lies in its ability to evolve and sustain itself despite the ups and downs of crypto market conditions…
GameFi’s potential for growth lies in its ability to evolve and sustain itself despite the ups and downs of crypto market conditions. Within the realm of play-to-earn games, a focus on game design and features can create uniquely fun experiences for players; keeping them engaged and interested in exploring different types of games in the space.
In our new course — Staying Ahead: The Evolution of GameFi, we feature seminars from up-and-coming games and projects. They share their exclusive insights and alpha on how GameFi projects can stay ahead of the game by learning how to leverage the top opportunities.
Get First-hand Knowledge from Top KOLs in the GameFi Space
This course comprises five detailed educational videos for a start. Apollonauts can learn directly from:
Jeremy Mathew, Head of Communications at NFT11
Ted Mui, CEO of Chibi Clash
Elston Sam, Co-Founder of Ethlas
Belinda Lim, Co-Founder of ME3.io
Paulo Caperig, Head of Community & Growth at The Harvest Game
Our A2 Alpha Partners dive into how the GameFi industry is shifting and the various features of Web3 games projects can consider incorporating. More so, Apollonauts can find out how to increase user acquisition and engagement rates by gamifying their projects in several ways.
Staying Ahead of the Game
If you’re building a GameFi project, thinking of starting one or simply curious about what makes this space so prominent in Web3, this course breaks down all you need to know:
Shift in the GameFi Industry and What the Focus Should Be On
Apollonuats who are used to traditional gaming models and styles can check out this video to learn how GameFi differs and sets itself apart from traditional games. Jeremy Mathew from NFT11 covers the top gaming elements and features that projects can use to make their games unique and fun. He also shares exclusive insights and tips on the nine elements that make up successful games.
Unlocking Opportunities with Web3 Game Design: 5 Ways to Create Unique Gaming Experiences with Web3 Technology
Long-term success is a key focus for GameFi projects. It’s important for project owners and developers to stay updated with the latest trends and opportunities to understand how they can better attract and retain their community of users. Featuring none other than Ted Mui, the Founder of Chibi Clash, this video offers insights into how to make Web3 games fun and the top opportunities projects can leverage on.
Sustainability in GameFi Ecosystems
Since its inception, Web3 and GameFi in particular have been continuously evolving and growing. Elston from Ethlas covers the necessary building blocks for a sustainable GameFi economy. He also talks about how games can integrate and onboard Web2 users by offering various use cases. There are four main pillars that make up fun games and Apollonauts can learn about them in this video.
What’s the Future of Wallets in the GameFi Space?
The importance of wallet security in GameFi cannot be overstated, especially when it comes to keeping players’ assets safe. As the GameFi space continues to evolve, there are new opportunities for enhanced wallet security. Belinda from ME3.io expands on the future of wallets and the potential evolution of wallet ecosystems in this video.
How can Retention be Gamified
Beyond the GameFi space, there’s immense potential for projects to explore how to incorporate gaming elements to grow and retain their users. Paulo from The Harvest Game explores how gamification can help projects build strong communities. With users being attracted to the fun element of games, projects can stand to benefit from learning the steps to take towards achieving gamification.
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