About the Gaming category, an introduction!

The NFT and blockchain gaming space are the 2 hottest industries at this time with developers, users as well as investors looking to invest their time and money to develop new games, features, and upgrades as well.

Polygon has been one of the fastest-growing Dapp platforms for Ethereum scaling, rapidly becoming the de-facto standard for DeFi, NFTs, and Blockchain Gaming with 500+ Dapps, ~7M daily txns, and 1.8M+ unique wallets.

The rise of gaming on Polygon has been especially noticeable, with more than 100,000 blockchain gamers on Polygon and top Web 3 games, building high-quality gaming experiences thanks to Polygon’s high speed and fast confirmation times.

This tight-knit and exponentially growing gamer community is what led to the creation of Polygon Studios: a brand new arm at Polygon that is focused on growing the global Blockchain Gaming and NFT Industry, and bridging the gap between Web 2 and Web 3 gaming.

Over the last months, we have seen increasingly high interest from projects and builders that are coming to the Polygon DAO, applying to Polygon Village, and building really amazing games!

As the graph below illustrates, Polygon’s Gaming market share is on the rise:

Seeing and hearing all this hype from the community we decided to open up a special category on our forum so that projects, builders, and enthusiasts can have a spot where they can come to discuss and learn about Gaming on Polygon!

In order to keep the section clean of spam/shilling and useful to its users please consult with the suggested guidelines before posting! :blush:

Here are some ground rules!

  1. Keep the posts relevant
  2. Use Topic Titles the reflect your request and be descriptive in your post

Start with a descriptive topic name that gives a general idea of what is to follow. Please avoid using the topic title to get attention by using titles such as “Help Me” or “Read this message!”. If you are posting about an issue, you should be trying to provide as much detail as possible in the main post, so the other members can understand an issue that they are not experiencing but will regardless try to help you.

  1. Write your posts in ways that encourage discussion, engage other users, and provide value to the conversation.
  2. Make sure that your post is not Spam, Advertising, or Self-promoting.

Spam messages are defined as unsolicited advertisements for goods, services, and/or other websites, or posts with little, or completely unrelated content. Do not spam the topics with links to your site or product, or try to self-promote your website, business or forums, etc.

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