TomoChain opens submissions for first International Game Dappathon
Developers have until April 22nd to submit their demos
TomoChain has announced the opening of submissions for its International Game Dappathon this week
With the launch of TomoChain onto the mainnet now four months in the rear-view mirror. The Singapore-based blockchain solution has now announced open submissions for its very first international dAppathon.
Submission forms are officially open for the #TomoChain Game Dappathon, and 22nd April is the deadline for the first round. The first games are landing on TomoLand and ready to launch. Stay tuned for a new wage of TomoChain Dapps! https://t.co/Cs0HcGkOx9
— TomoChain (@TomoChainANN) April 17, 2019
It’s goal is to get developers building, launching and subsequently marketing their dApps through TomoChain. Along with providing extensive exposure for competing developers, there is approximately $20,000 worth of prizes up for grabs.
“We are inviting all developers, from anywhere in the world to join us in this event to build fun and creative games on the TomoChain blockchain.”
While registrations closed on 15th, the team has announced that all game submissions need to be provided by April 22nd.
Being a completely online competition means that developers only need to provide a video format of their title. Within the confines of the conditions of the competition, however.
“All development must be on the TomoChain blockchain (testnet, mainnet). Submission format is a video demoing your game. This video can be uploaded privately to any video hosting service such as YouTube, and included in your submission with a private link.”
With submissions in, each title will be judged on the following criteria –
Gameplay narrative & design
Operation stability and Execution
For more information about the competition, visit the TomoChain website.