When Flow was built, it was designed as a platform that would allow a seamless user experience and drive mass-consumer adoption of dapps on Web3. Today, with the launch of nWayPlay’s Olympic Games Jam: Beijing 2022, we’re seeing a great example of what a user experience should look like on Web3 – this time with a play-to-earn mobile game.
Olympic Games Jam: Beijing 2022 is the officially licensed play-to-earn multiplayer mobile party game from nWayPlay, a subsidiary of Animoca Brands, in collaboration with the International Olympic Committee where players compete in a series of arcade-styled winter sports to earn Olympic NFT digital pins as they compete for the gold.
And it’s the gaming experience that really stands out. Whether a crypto native or a gamer just looking to get in on the fun, nWayPlay launched on Flow to let the user join the experience in the way that works for them.
It’s features like these that let the gamer just join in on the fun! We’ve seen more consumers get started with dapps with seamless experiences like these with more than 1.2 registered users on NBA Top Shot, FanCraze driving close to 1m sign ups for Crictos, and more than 3.7 million accounts on Flow.
Olympic Games Jam joins games including Blocklete Games, Chainmonsters, Zeedz, MotoGP, BasicBeats, Enemy Metal and more on the growing Flow ecosystem. To join the competition and go for the gold, download the Olympic Games Jam: Beijing 2022 on Android or iOS, or learn more at OlympicGamesJam.nWayPlay.com