Discover more from GAM3 ON: Level Up Your Gaming News
GAM3 ON #2: Level UP Your Gaming News.
Greetings, fellow gamers! Welcome to the second edition of the Gam3 On weekly newsletter, your curated source for gaming news from around the world. Whether you’re a die-hard fan of major game studios or an avid supporter of indie developers, our newsletter is designed to keep you up-to-date with the latest happenings in the gaming industry.
Our mission is to provide a collaborative hub for gamers to share everything from updates and press releases to insights on what their projects are creating. Additionally, content creators can use our platform as a common outlet to grow their audience.
So sit back and get ready to dive into the world of gaming with us!
In this week’s gaming news:
Asia Could Dominate 80% of Web3 Gaming: Report: When it comes to Web3, a new study suggests a free-to-play mobile game has incredible potential in the burgeoning Japanese market.
Reddit to the Moon, Razer Stays Sharp: Reddit has released another wildly popular NFT collection while Razer has launched a Web3 gaming accelerator.
India: Will the new IT Rules kill small gaming startups? The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) notified amendments to the Information Technology (Intermediary Guidelines and Digital Media Ethics Code) Rules, 2021. The rules mainly pertain to the regulation of online real gaming intermediaries and provide for the creation of Self-Regulatory Bodies (SRBs) to certify permissible online real money games and ensure their regulation through certain dos and don’ts such as measures for preventing underage gaming, ensuring Know Your Customer (KYC) process for all depositing users and putting in place measures for responsible gaming.
The major players in gaming industry: Video game companies are fighting it out for a slice of an industry worth an estimated $300 billion, with a series of acquisitions leaving four giants and a clutch of feisty independents.