Sky Mavis offers early access grants for innovative web3 games

Ronin-developer Sky Mavis has launched its early access grants program Ronin Forge. In order to incentivise innovative web3 games, the program grants admitted teams $50,000, in addition to technology support and access to build on the Ronin blockchain.

Successful developers could also earn the opportunity to become Sky Mavis studio partners. This upgrade entails enhanced support and up to $500,000 in additional grants.

In conjunction with the news, Sky Mavis has opened the application process for prospective web3 game developers, and will enrol up to six teams at a time on a regular basis. The company is particularly looking for games in late alpha or early beta stages, with expected launch in the next 3-6 months. Additionally, it’s particularly asking for teams with a “strong interest for, and conviction in, web3 gaming”, that are open to experiment with NFTs, tokens and market strategies. 

“Ronin Forge is the next step in further opening up Ronin for builders. By offering grants and access to the Sky Mavis ecosystem, this will serve as an experimental ground for developing the next generation of web3 games,” said Sky Mavis Chairman, COO and co-founder, Aleksander Leonard Larsen.

“We aim to encourage innovation and build network effects, inviting like-minded studios to join on our path towards scaling the Ronin Network.”

Currently the top gaming blockchain, Ronin recently hit 20 million lifetime wallets, and serves over 1 million daily active users with games such as Pixels, Axie Infinity, and Apeiron, and onboarding campaigns like Coinbase Learn and Ronin Carnival.

Users can apply to the Ronin Forge program here.

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