Decentral Games – Stabilizing the ICE Poker economy
Miles Anthony from Decentral Games joined us for an episode of 15-minute fundamentals to dive into the details behind the charts available on Token Terminal. Decentral Games is a web3 gaming company building ICE Poker; a metaverse-native play-to-own poker game.
In this episode, we speak about the past 6 months at Decentral Games, dive into the current state of the business, new game modes for ICE Poker, the ICE Merge, and what effects the recent changes have had on the Decentral Games ecosystem.
Decentral Games' dashboard: https://tokenterminal.com/terminal/projects/decentral-games
00:00 Recap of the past 6 months at Decentral Games
04:36 Reasons for the big updates to ICE Poker
06:50 Is the large suite of different assets manageable for users?
08:32 Effect of these changes on the DG ecosystem
10:54 Current revenue streams and their use
13:53 What's next for Decentral Games?
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