Play-to-Earn Meta Masters Guild Reaches New Heights with $4.3 Million Raised in Presale – Final Stage Nearly Sold Out
The soon-to-end Meta Masters Guild presale has captured the attention of the crypto world. Surging into the final presale round with a jaw-dropping $4.3m raised.
Posited as one of the most anticipated GameFi projects of 2023. Meta Master Guild (MMG) continues to leap from strength to strength as presale fever takes hold.
Growing traction on crypto Twitter saw the penultimate stage 6 of the MMG presale sell-out lightening fast.
Now in the final seventh round of presale – investors are racing to stack the native ecosystem token MEMAG. With $4.3m currently raised, only a fractional $650,000 is left to raise before the presale funding round ends.
And investors are flocking in, drawn by the huge prospects and steal price of $0.023 USDT.
But what has got investors so excited about $MEMAG?
Simply put Meta Masters Guild is set to shake up the struggling GameFi industry. For too long, attempts at delivering gaming to Web 3 through play-2-earn models have fallen flat. Meta Masters Guild intends to change that.
Instead of focusing on forcing participation at every turn with the in-game economy – as seen in projects such as Axie Infinity. MMG’s ethos is player experience comes first.
This ethos has carried over to see one of the most innovative GameFi ecosystems ever developed brought to market.
By partnering with major triple AAA game studios for ecosystem development. MMG plan to deliver some of the biggest titles GameFi have ever seen.
One such partnership is with top game studio Gamearound.
Known for piloting enjoyable in-game transactional dynamics. Gamearound is behind mainstream projects for big retailers. One such example is a multi-billion valuation online fashion house, Boohoo.
Gamearound CEO, Gideon Clifton, recently shared exciting Meta Masters Guild news. Announcing that their upcoming playable version of Meta Kart Racers will launch in Q3. And will offer a complimentary NFT character and kart for early adopters.
Partnering with Game Studios can unshackle GameFi
Meta Kart Racers is the flagship title and aims to be the No 1. mobile racing game on app stores by the end of 2023. Set to launch on mobile platforms this year. Players will blast down intense race tracks. Traversing icy Artic tunnels to the tight neon-lit streets of Tokyo.
All this takes place using player-customizable drivers and karts. With a focus on aesthetic quality, the game hopes to incentivize players to develop a unique style to stand out in high-octane matches.
This will drive the in-game economics – reflective of the CS:GO digital skins model (a market worth over $1bn annually).