QuickSwap and Versa Games Launch Gaming Hub on Polygon

UTC by Benjamin Godfrey · 3 min read
QuickSwap and Versa Games Launch Gaming Hub on Polygon
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While its model involves incentivizing players and users of the Gaming Hub, the platform places a unique premium on balancing the fun all its stakeholders will gain while interacting with the Hub.

Decentralized layer-2 digital trading platform and automated market maker, QuickSwap has launched The Gaming Hub, the largest Web3.0 gaming destination on the Polygon Network. The establishment of the Gaming Hub is in conjunction with Versa Games, a Web3 gaming platform that enables game discovery and supports the financing and growth of Non-Fungible Token (NFT) assets for its users.

The blockchain ecosystem is replete with quite a lot of innovations one of which is decentralized gaming. The decentralization of games is a revolutionary shift in the entertainment world as players can now gain more from their activities, rather than just enriching mainstream game studios and developers.

The development and introduction of The Gaming Hub take their roots in this ideology and have succeeded in advancing the entire scope beyond what is typically normal. In the Gaming Hub, different genres of games from RPG, Adventure, MMO, Strategy, and MOBA are featured. The Hub encourages unique innovation and all of the games represented on the platform represent different gaming genres.

At the moment, the Gaming Hub hosts 192 Gaming Projects with 86 Live games, 41 Free to Play Games, and 45 Play-To-Earn games.

The Gaming Hub Not Trading Fun for Pay

While its model involves incentivizing players and users of the Gaming Hub, the platform places a unique premium on balancing the fun all its stakeholders will gain while interacting with the Hub.

A major stigma or challenge the industry innovators has had thus far is hinged on how many innovators place their focus on the platform’s monetary economic at the expense of the thrill for users. Commenting on this, Bart Verdonk, one of the executives at Versa Games said he will rather prefer games are built to be thrilling, with an avenue for players to monetize their properties should they need to.

“If I could go back to my World of Warcraft (WoW) days and regain all the hours and time spent in WoW, by selling my account legitimately, then it would be so empowering because I already had so much fun playing the game,” he said in a statement shared with Coinspeaker, adding that “Fun and play are the priority of the next generation of Web3 gaming. Earning is just an added feature, not the focus. The QuickSwap and VersaGames teams stand behind their product and frequently use it themselves in their spare time.”

The Gaming Hub is billed to chart a path of success considering the unique niche position that is occupied by its two parent protocols, Versa Games and QuickSwap. These two protocols are gaining traction among users, and this has translated to increased page views of the Gaming Hub.

The Gaming Hub will be powered by the MATIC token and the low transaction costs as well as the high scalability of the Polygon Network will make it a very functional Hub for game developers and players alike.

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