HackerNoon Joins Blockchain Game Alliance | BlockBlog

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@LimarcLimark Ambalina

VP of Development for Hacker Noon by Day, VR Gamer and Anime Binger by Night

I am pleased to announce that HackerNoon has joined the Blockchain Game Alliance. We are committed to helping the blockchain gaming industry grow and become a more important part of the video game industry as a whole.

Leveraging our position as a leading technology publication with a solid reputation and reputation in the cryptocurrency and blockchain space, we aim to help game developers share their incredible creations with the world.

What is Blockchain Game Alliance?


The Blockchain Game Alliance (BGA) is a coalition of game developers, publishers, blockchain solution providers, venture capitalists and many others who have come together to advance blockchain in the industry.

By joining the BGA, HackerNoon is partnering with Ubisoft, Atari, AMD, The Sandbox, Dapper Labs and other companies from the BGA’s expansive membership base, all with the goal of making blockchain gaming available to a wide range of players.


As stated on the BGA homepage,

“The Blockchain Game Alliance is an organization committed to promoting blockchain in the gaming industry.

Our goal is to raise awareness and encourage adoption of blockchain technologies, highlighting their potential to foster new ways to create, publish, play, and build strong communities around games.

The BGA also provides an open forum for individuals and businesses to share knowledge and collaborate, create common standards, set best practices and collaborate. “

Helping blockchain game developers share their stories


HackerNoon’s mission is to publish and share the world’s best tech stories. As part of the BGA, we also want to share the world’s best blockchain games.

We will be using the HackerNoon platform to help developers highlight aspects of their games that set them apart from others In the same genre.

We will help developers explain blockchain-based mechanics that will be important to the average gamer, and ultimately give blockchain games a solid position alongside the dominant A3 games in the market.

We will work with developers to publish interesting stories about the games they create, and share their stories with millions of our readers every month through our social media and our content distribution network.


That’s all for now, guys!

Want to know more about BGA? Visit their website:

Blockchain Game Alliance

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