Gregory Markou (Co-Founder & Chief Product Officer, ChainSafe Systems)
Kohji Nagata (Co-Founder and Head of Game Development & Design at Parallel Studios, Parallel Studios)
Nicolas Vereecke (Investor at BITKRAFT Ventures, and Founder at Future of Gaming, BITKRAFT)
Lindsay Anne Aamodt (Head of Marketing, Upland)
Elizabeth Kukka (Vice President of Business Operations, ChainSafe Systems)
Location: Room 2024, West Hall
Date: Wednesday, March 22
Time: 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
All Access Pass, Core Pass, Summits Pass, Expo Pass, Audio Pass, Independent Games Summit Pass
Business & Marketing, Production & Team Leadership
Vault Recording: Video
Audience Level: All
The rapid development of web3 gaming industry has made a significant impact on the gaming industry as a whole. Alongside this has come one major question - How can traditional gaming studios enter the web3 space in a more meaningful way?
The advantages of web3 are clear: improving the player experience while also powering the financial aspect of the gaming sector - it is helping game players engage in lucrative activities such as in-game digital asset trading.
Ultimately, the possibilities offered by this fast-developing industry are still being explored. That's why ChainSafe, together with other leaders in the gaming space, is hosting a conversation about the current state of web3 gaming and what the future holds.
Find out how blockchain technology is opening up entirely new avenues of opportunity for collaborative ideation and value creation in service of making games more accessible to all types of gamers.
Join us as we discuss the ongoing evolution of web3 gaming, its impact on both the traditional gaming space and web3 world, as well as how studios, developers, and gamers can benefit from crafting new ownership opportunities and improved player experiences.
This panel is for game developers, studios, hobbyists and anyone interested in understanding how to utilize blockchain technology in-game.
Attendees will gain insights on how to empower players with digital property rights as well as how to make developing a web3 game a simple, fun, and accessible experience.