The fabled lessons learned meeting. One that often gets overlooked after esports events. Good project management principles should require a lessons learned meeting after an event (regardless of how good or bad it went). Non consistent event planners will more than likely wash their hands of the event and never look at it again to learn from it. So if you’re curious, I’ve taken some time to write about lessons learned meetings from my time in IT and many esports events. Here we go! What Are Lessons Learned? Why have them? Lessons learned aka Post Mortems Retrospective Lessons learned meetings
Ever since the boom of Axie Infinity, anyone with an interest for gaming (or investing) that has learned about the potential of play-to-earn games want in. After all, who doesn’t want to play games while earning a decent amount of money while at it? I know I do! But the current state of the game doesn’t allow just about anyone to play. To be able to play, one has to setup a digital wallet, purchase 3 Axies from the marketplace, then sync their Axies from their digital wallet into the game. Quite a process just to play a game, no?
NFT Games is a new trend of games that use blockchain technology which allow players to earn NFTs and cryptocurrencies just by playing the game. Games like DotA 2, Fortnite, and League of Legends showed us that you can make tens of billions of dollars from a free to play game. But if you look at gaming from a player’s perspective, what can be better than a free-to-play game? Well, a game that pays you to play, which is essentially the new model of play-to-earn games. This is made possible because NFTs allow you to sell game items such as