G2A Opens NFT Marketplace for Web3 Gaming
The objective of this newly established enterprise is to promote Web3 and NFT games curated by the team.
G2A, a digital game vendor, has just recently launched a marketplace for non-fungible tokens(NFT). This marketplace in association with Web3 games was opened to broaden the selection of gaming software. This would further enable the company to offer a wider variety of gaming NFTs.
The NFT marketplace was launched on the 15th of November. It seeks to provide exposure to the Web3 and NFT games created by G2A team. This provides players with the opportunity to experience the benefits of blockchain gaming. They can also watch the display of NFTs from games partnered with G2A.
Furthermore, Bartosz Skwarczek, the CEO of G2A Capital Group, mentioned that the firm has monitored the metamorphosis of the blockchain gaming sector. This is right from the inception of Cryptokitties, an NFT gaming project.
In so doing, the firm has observed the engagement of gamers with the blockchain industry. This is despite the claims of hatred for this sector by some of these gamers. He further explained in a statement:
“It turned out that players are quite familiar with the blockchain gaming industry... and a significant portion of them already play Web3 games and have even engaged in NFT trading from games.”
Consequently, the team established an online community, Greekverse, for Web3 game enthusiasts. This area will provide enthusiasts with information regarding the top Web3 games. In addition, gamers would be able to purchase and sell digital assets associated with these games.
The Rise of Web3 Games
Conventional gaming distributors have began embracing Web3 gaming since 2023 started. In lieu of this, the Google Play Store started accepting NFT titles with certain restrictions in July. Furthermore, Epic Games, a publisher and developer of video games has also shown its willingness to implement Web3 gaming.
An additional blockchain based game, Illuvium, is also expected to be added on the 28th of November to the game marketplace.