On Saturday, December 10, 2022, SamuraiGG held one of the largest GameFi events “SamuraiGG Great Appreciation Super BOUNENKAI 3.0” with over 350 participants. Many GameFi fans attended the event, which was more successful than expected.
Date: Saturday, December 10, 2022, 18:05 to 21:00
Place: Scramble Hall (15F SHIBUYA QWS, 2-24-12 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo)
Participants: Total number of participants: more than 350
Participation fee: Free of charge
Organizer: Samurai Guild Games
Event also included booths where visitors could play NFT games such as Polka Fantasy, Gensokishi ONLINE, and BIG TIME.
Event Content List
GameFi Discussion (Presented by Scalably, Inc.)
GameFi and the Future of Web3 (Presented by X Creation Co., Ltd.)
AKIBA EDEN (Organized by Kayak Akiba Studio)
Gensokishi ONLINE & Polka Fantasy Collaboration Talk
Reception & Fun Drawing
Detailed Event Report
1. GameFi Discussion (hosted by Scalably Inc.)
Junya Kato (Business Developer Manager, Scalably, Inc.)
Yaya Takemura (President, Platinum Egg Co., Ltd.)
Ken Nakano (X-Creation Co., Ltd.)
Mr. Kato of Scalably, Inc. moderated a GameFi discussion with Mr. Takemura of Platinum Egg, Inc. and Mr. Nakano of X Creation, Inc. Mr. Nakano asked, “Is X to Earn a ponzi scheme?” What GameFi games are you currently paying attention to? The session was very informative, with explanations of topics of interest to GameFi users from a developer’s perspective.
2. The future of GameFi and Web3 (sponsored by X Creation Inc.)
Yuki Kamoshita (President, Japan esports Promotion Association)
Masanori Gomida (Founder, Canvas Social Insurance Labor Consultant Corporation)
Mr. Ken Nakano (X Creation Co., Ltd.)
Mr. Koichiro Tanaka (Samurai Guild Games Guildmaster)
The discussion on the future of GameFi and Web3 was moderated by Mr. Tanaka, Guildmaster of Samurai Guild Games, and featured a discussion between Mr. Kamoshita, a leading expert in esports, Mr. Gomita, a leading expert in social insurance labor consultants, and Mr. Nakano, a leading expert in GameFi development. Nakano, who is a leading developer of GameFi and Web3, each shared their own vision of the future of GameFi and Web3 from their respective perspective.
3. AKIBA EDEN (Hosted by Kayak Akiba Studio, Inc.)
Mr. Ryuta Yamada (Executive Officer and CCO, Kayac Akiba Studio, Inc.)
Mr. Yamada from Kayak Akiba Studio, Inc. introduced “AKIBA EDEN,” an NFT network originating from Akihabara, Japan. The latest NFT art by NFT content creators was also shown at the event and was very well received.
4. Gensokishi ONLINE & Polka Fantasy Collaboration Talk
Maxi Kuan (CEO, Gensokishi ONLINE)
Alex Hui (CEO, PolkaFantasy)
The CEOs of “Gensokishi ONLINE” and “PolkaFantasy”, the hottest NFT game in Japan, had a robust discussion about the significance of GameFi business and the role of GameFi in the essential issues of blockchain. The discussion was very solid.
5. Reception & Fun Drawing
At the reception, the latest GameFi from Spain, “Sharefull,” was introduced, and there was a raffle for gorgeous prizes, as well as heated GameFi discussions among the attendees. The event was the most exciting part of the day, and was brought to a close with a speech by Mr. Kawakami, President of X Creation Co.
About Samurai Guild Games
Samurai Guild Games is a Japanese GameFi community that supports “play and earn”.
As of December 2022, the number of members (Discord participants) is approximately 20,000.
The advantages of joining Samurai Guild Games are as follows
- You can share information about various games in a guild with a large number of users.
- Even if you are new to NFT games, you will receive appropriate support to help you earn tens of thousands of yen per month.
- You can participate in advance playing privileges and Giveaway (NFT and token acquisition) projects for multiple game titles.
- You can start NFT games that originally require initial investment for free (Scholarship System).
You need a Discord account to participate in Samurai Guild Games.
Samurai Guild Games will continue to provide more information, events and meetup opportunities.
We would also like to thank everyone who took time out of their busy schedules to attend this year’s event. We hope to see you again!