Magic Eden, a non-fungible token (NFT) marketplace, is introducing a number of free Web3 games.
Throughout the month of March, the non-fungible token (NFT) exchange Magic Eden will provide a number of free Web3 games. The launch has been given the moniker "Mint Madness," a play on the name of the March Madness college basketball tournament in the NCAA. There will be a total of 13 Web3 games made available for free on the Polygon, Solana, and Ethereum blockchains. All games use NFTs for in-game functionality, regardless of whether they were made by conventional gaming studios or Web3 native developers.
A scoreboard of the best NFT traders across all Mint Madness collections will be posted by Magic Eden on its social media channels in order to increase participation. A prize pool of 20,000 MATIC (about $25,500) will be awarded to the best 10 traders on the Polygon collections, with the first-place winner earning a prize of 4,500 MATIC (roughly $5,400).
For them to share their vision and work with a highly engaged and captivated audience, NFTs are a crucial user engagement tool. The NFT market has indicated that interest in blockchain gaming is rising. Chris Akhavan, a former executive at Electronic Arts, was hired by the business in December to serve as its chief gaming officer, and this week, its venture arm, Magic Eden Ventures, made investments in 11 Web3 game studios.