BNB Chain Partners with GAIMIN to Accelerate the Growth of Web3 Esports

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  • BNB Chain has announced that it is partnering with GAIMIN, a decentralized data processing network catered towards gamers. 
  • The web3 gaming platform will work with the data processing network to catalyze the growth of Web3 esports. 

GAIMIN aims to deliver Web3 solutions to the gaming industry and facilitate their migration to Web3 through its solutions. Considering BNB Chain is the world’s largest smart contract blockchain based on transaction volume and daily active users, the platform looks to leverage BNB Chain’s ecosystem and help developers build more games. 

Facilitating the Web3 Transformation

GAIMIN is a leading decentralized, distributed data processing supply network that harnesses resources found in gaming PCs, particularly GPUs. The Web3 platform takes advantage of users’ underutilized processing power to create a network that operates similarly to a supercomputer. 

Users can monetize the processing power they provide through the platform. GAIMIN primarily uses the added performance to power through video rendering, AI processing, and other computationally expensive tasks with its network. 

By working with BNB Chain, the platform aims to serve as a base layer for Web3 games and help developers contribute more games to the ecosystem with its technology. 

Martin Speight, CEO of GAIMIN, said in a press release:

"I am delighted to be working with BNB Chain to deliver Web3 technology to the gaming community. Our technology is designed to enable games developers to convert their AAA Web2 games to Web3 and allow the incorporation of blockchain functionality and services into their games."

The CEO has shared that over the next few weeks, the Web3 platform will make more announcements regarding their developments and how GAIMIN’s esports team, GAIMIN Gladiators, will be key to this partnership. 

Speight shared his excitement about the partnership and the gaming community. GAIMIN’s CEO is more than eager to facilitate the growth initiative of Web3 esports with this partnership. 

Consequently, Walter Lee, Partner Growth and GameFi leader at BNB Chain, added to the enthusiasm:

"We selected GAIMIN to become our first Partner for Web3 Esports Growth Initiatives following our review of its business model and its ability to reach the global gaming community. We are particularly excited by GAIMIN's approach to developing Web3-based technologies that allow games developers, and most importantly gamers, to benefit from this growth market."

On the Flipside

  • GAIMIN Gladiators, GAIMIN’s esports organization, has professional teams in most mainstream esports games, including Apex Legends, Dota, Rainbow Six Siege, and more. 
  • GAIMIN has yet to announce how it will benefit BNB Chain users with its network.

Why You Should Care

GAIMIN has established itself in the esports sector, with its teams competing in top contests across different games. Moreover, the Web3 gaming platform is proven to use innovative means to facilitate upcoming blockchain games with its data processing services.

Considering BNB Chain’s vast ecosystem of games, users, and platforms, the partnership could be fruitful for the community as it delivers high computation performance to games and developers on the BNB Chain. 

 

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