chief from AxieGGMore met of crypto slate Akiba talks about the future of AxieGG and Web3 games, and the future of Axie Infinity.
What is AxieGG
AxieGG is a gaming guild organized by players and investors, initially focused solely on Axie Infinity. The guild invests in leading digital assets for web3 games such as Axie Infinity. After a careful gamer selection process, the guild member has access to her AxieGG’s “Fatal Lending Library”, where he can trade Axie characters.
Chief said he joined Axy four years ago after switching from trading card games. “Owning your own Pokémon seems like the future to me,” said Chief, drawn to the idea of selling cards via crypto instead of trading like players used to do. I added.
As soon as I started playing, I wanted to build a team to participate in esports tournaments, so I created AxieGG. “In half a year, he won 90% of the tournaments he entered,” he said.
Advances and Possibilities of Web3
Regarding the number of different Web3 game types, Chief said everyone was just trying to do the right thing. A lot of trial and error has been done and a lot of mistakes have been made in the Web3 gaming space. But all this is done to find the best way, according to the chief.
“Everyone is trying to do the right thing, but no one is quite sure what the right thing is yet. They are trying everything. You will know there is.”
While admitting that serious mistakes are still being made in the gaming space, Chief said the potential for Web3 games cannot be ruled out. Mainstream people hate it, but intelligent people at Web3 see the potential and acknowledge it makes sense, he said.
Chief also said the strong reaction of the mainstream gaming industry is also a sign of Web3’s potential. he said:
“The problem is they’re out of control. Web2 doesn’t want to let go of it any more than the gas industry doesn’t want electric cars to exist.”
The future of Web3 games
When Akiba asked about Chief’s opinion on the future of Web3 games, Chief hoped the field would evolve into a win-focused perspective where players are rewarded for performing their best. I said that there is.
Web3 gaming giants such as Polkastarter Gaming, Zilliqa and Tyranno Studios have indicated that the blockchain gaming space has begun to focus more on gameplay than on the “easy money” aspect.
Chief, on the other hand, does not directly agree with Axie’s competitors. According to the chief, “play to earn” will turn to “earn to earn.” He argues that games should be competitive. People should be able to talk about it, host esports championships, stream it.
In a way, Chief’s wins and acquisitions also leans towards a gameplay-focused perspective. he said:
“Win to win. Because that’s how we build hype, we build social media, we create stories. You don’t make money just by pushing a button. You earn it because you deserve it by winning.” .”
Future of Axie
The Chief concluded by briefly discussing Axie Infinity’s future in the upcoming ‘earn to win’ Web3 gaming space.
Referring to the March 2022 Ronin Bridge attack, the chief said Axie Infinity may be too big to fail. “$500 million just disappeared and it was like business as usual,” he said. But they have now paid for it and are coming back stronger. “
Regarding Axie’s place in the next evolution of Web3 games, Chief said he doesn’t expect Axie to be a major game forever. “It will come out,” he assured the audience. In the future he needs more complex games to lead the Web3 game field.
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