Andrew “Zyori” Campbell will help Laguna Games to expand its lineup of games that will utilize its NFT Crypto Unicorns.
“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…
Apparently this is too important to ask so BitPinas did not miss the chance to ask Zyori on how big Axies are in real life.
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.
Andrew Campbell (aka Zyori), the Program Lead for Esports & Content Creators at Sky Mavis, is set to discuss how he sees the future of esports and NFT gaming, and how Axie Origin will help define this crossover.