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    “Guild of Guardians” Collaborates With The Biggest Esports Teams To Bring Web3 Gaming To Millions

    “Guild of Guardians” (GOG), a mobile squad-based action RPG game published by Immutable Games Studio and developed by Stepico Games announces a multi-year partnership with eight of the world’s biggest and most prominent professional esports organizations. Together, the partners will build the future of web3 gaming and digital entertainment and open Guild of Guardians pre-registration to the largest esports communities around the world.

    About “Guild of Guardians”

    Already in development since March 2021, Immutable and Stepico’s joint gaming project is a mobile RPG where players summon guardians, join a guild, and defend Elderym in this revolutionary fantasy RPG. The game will combine high-quality gameplay, graphics, mechanics, and a sustainable rewards system alongside an active, contributing community. There are over 250,000 pre-registered emails already. Android and IOS releases will be later this year. For more information visit their official website.

    The Biggest Esports Teams Going Web3

    Under the partnership, esports household names, including Cloud9, Fnatic, NAVI, Ninjas in Pyjamas, NRG, SK Gaming, T1, and Team Liquid will join the vibrant fantasy world of GOG, representing their brands as full-fledged, playable characters. These characters will be tradable as digital collectibles on the fully carbon-neutral scaling solution, Immutable X. The partners will build the future of web3 gaming and open Guild of Guardians to communities around the world.

    GOG’s unprecedented partnership with the world’s leading esports teams will help expose millions of their fans — in addition to over 250,000 already pre-registered players — to the future of web3 gaming.

    “This is an incredible opportunity to team up with some of the most prominent and recognizable names in the professional esports space. GOG is a mobile team RPG which is built for players and designed as a highly accessible game, making it the perfect gateway into the world of web3 for all players.”

     Derek Lau, VP & Game Director for Guild of Guardians

    Support Your Favorite eSport Team In New Ways

    Thanks to this collaboration, esports enthusiasts will be able to support their favorite teams and players in new and meaningful ways, by representing their favorite team in-game, via digital assets. With true digital ownership, fans will be able to create, own, and trade their digital assets, in addition to competing against others to earn rewards. Five of GOG’s partner organizations are among the top 10 most valuable esports teams in 2022, according to Forbes, and combined, the eight participants have a valuation of nearly $2 billion USD.

    Similarly, the organizations have massive and active fan communities on their social media platforms, bringing together millions of esports enthusiasts. On Twitter alone, the teams are followed by more than 6.3 million users combined.

    “We’re thrilled to partner with Guild of Guardians in what we believe to be a hugely symbiotic relationship for both our industries – gaming and esports. We firmly believe that esport brand integration into games is the future, enabling closer interactions between fans and teams. We’re excited by the notion of digital ownership and the ability to earn and trade in-game characters.”

    Pietro Fringuelli, Chairman of the Executive Board of The World Esports Association (WESA)

    WESA includes five of the participating teams and has been chosen to develop a new commercial model for unique landmark cooperation with a publisher. This announcement comes in line with persistent growth in the popularity of esports, which boasts an estimated global revenue of $1.3 billion in 2022. Immutable, the company behind Guild of Guardians, also has a proven track record in the web3 gaming sector, having raised $200 million in a Series C funding round last March.

    For more information on Guild of Guardians, please see HERE.

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