South Korea’s Rainmaker Unveils Blockchain Games Discovery Platform
After raising $6.5 million in December from investors including CoinFund and Animoca, Rainmaker Games has announced the rollout of the first-ever Discovery Portal for blockchain games. As a result of a staff of 50 gamers and 2000 guild members evaluating all games on the blockchain gaming focused platform, Will Deane and Jon Kennell (former Google employees) are able to provide much-needed gaming information to the new sector.
Axie Infinity, Splinterlands, Thetan Arena, Cyball and League of Kingdoms are just a few of the more than 150 trustworthy blockchain games available on Rainmaker’s beta network. It’s possible to search for games using Rainmaker’s unique game information, which gives players access to categories like “highest rated,” “most popular,” “free to play,” “highest yield,” and even “blockchain protocol,” among others.
Will Deane, CEO and Co-founder of Rainmaker Games, said “Now that Rainmaker’s Beta is up, players can easily find out about all of the top blockchain games. It is our firm belief that making P2E games more accessible to a broader audience can only be accomplished by enhancing the ecosystem’s user experience (UX). Rainmaker Games is on the verge of becoming the Netflix of the video game industry.”
An major part of the platform’s ecosystem is user-generated content, such as game reviews, chats with rest of the players, and message boards where gamers can develop their own communities surrounding their favorite titles. Twitch, Reddit, and Twitter social network behavior is also incorporated straight into the game data sites, giving context for the wider online communities. Rainmaker’s Discovery Platform provides data that may reassure players that games featured on Rainmaker are real and community-approved.
Will continued, “It takes a lot of work to draw the audience of blockchain gaming from many chains, platforms, and environments to a simple user interface. As gamers and blockchain aficionados, our design team know how to lay stress on user engagement for both groups and understand what data players want to know prior to spending time and money in the blockchain gaming field.”
A awards system and game tutorials, for example, will be routinely introduced to the platform’s library, as will new titles on a weekly basis.