Eniego emphasized that the goal is to have a lot of satellite events that are happening all over the country.
“The contracts are often messy when it comes to esports. A lot of the players are underrepresented and that’s a case where you wonder (if) those tournaments even have that money to begin with? In the case of smart contracts and blockchain at the very least you could lock that money.” – Andrew Campbell, Sky…
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Nix Eniego shares his journey from tech startups to PDAX and finally to Sky Mavis, the developers of Axie Infinity.
This guesting is Eniego’s second time in the webcast, the first one was in November 2021 where he stated that Axie Infinity is still the opening act for blockchain games.
Nix Eniego, the Philippines Lead of Sky Mavis mentions how he envisions Axie Infinity to be played by everyone in the Philippines.
Zyori also clarified that things are still being implemented and changed in Axie Infinity, stating that it is a part of the rollercoaster journey.
Zyori also shared that Sky Mavis is also planning to launch a small tournament by the end of 2022.
Zyori, the Esports Lead at Axie Infinity assured the community that Sky Mavis is still currently building the foundations of Axie Infinity and that bullish days are up ahead.