Galachain teams up with Gem Esports 3.0 to push Web3 gaming frontier

As gamers continue to migrate to Web3, Gala is looking for ways to make the transition seamless

Galachain has teamed up with Gem Esports 3.0 to continue promoting blockchain accessibility and making sure that the gap between wen2 and web3 continues to be breached. As part of this effort, Gala has announced $1 million in prize money as part of the GALAthon hackathon event which is taking place during GDC 2024.

Gala is confident that gaming and esports both have a huge role to play in the adoption of this new technology and serve as a bridge towards the future. Gems Esports 3.0 will be what Gala has described as a “one-stop destination for esports” and an aggregator platform that is part of the O2O ecosystem. The platform will create online and offline experiences available via a unique blend, which is a great stepping-stone for Gems and Gala to move forward with their ambitious plan.

Commenting on this opportunity, Gems Esolutions CEO Koh Bin Hing Andy had this to say:

“Our O2O ecosystem opens up unique activities and solutions for gamers to play, compete, learn, connect, and immerse themselves online and offline. We migrate, bridge, convert, and train web 2 gamers to enter into the blockchain.”

Gems Esports has been able to introduce its platform across a number of GameFi projects in the Web3 ecosystem, and Gala is one of these projects to be able to benefit from the solution, owing to Gala’s dedicated L1 blockchain.

The ambitious move undertaken by Gems Esports 3.0 will seek to establish a Web3 frontier for esports enthusiasts who are becoming aware of the technology and tempted to explore this new world.

Gala has made news over the past months specifically in January when the company dropped YouTuber Jesus “Classy” Martinez from its creator program citing too much focus on return on investment and token-focused content.

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