YGG historical support for Startups
Yield Guild Games (YGG) Japan has raised $2.8 million in a funding round for startups. YGG and YGGSEA were two of the investors and VCs that raised the money.
Yield Guild Games Japan has partnerships with Animoca Brands, Infinity Ventures Crypto, and other companies. YGG is the largest DAO-style gaming guild in the world. It helps developers and startups get their blockchain games up and running by giving them the right help. YGG Japan says it has raised $2.8 million in a startup funding round. YGG and YGGSEA were two of the investors and VCs that raised the money.
Gamers already know that Japanese gaming content is widespread, and all missing is the touch of blockchain and NFTs. With this money, YGG will bring Japanese game content to new places.
YGG Japan wants to build a gateway for gamers that will make it easy for them to play Japanese blockchain games.
“We at YGG want to play games with Japanese gamers, give them the chance to earn rewards, and teach them about blockchain through games.”
Japan is globally famous. It is one of the countries with the most intellectual property (IP), and YGG co-founder Gabby Dizon said;
“Bringing these to the world as a play-to-earn game is a dream for many people.”
YGG also said they would use the money to buy NFT assets for popular Japanese games.
YGG is a company in the Philippines that makes GameFi more available to more people. The blockchain-focused company has more than 100,000 members and 20,000 scholars from more than 24 countries. Scholars rent NFT assets to play P2E games.
YGG’s Business in Japan
With its new business in Japan, the company wants to bring Japanese players into its P2E games and help Japanese companies start their blockchain games. YGG plans to do this by providing services that make it easier for people to join gaming communities, strengthen partnerships with existing guilds and scholarship systems, and raise Japanese gamers’ awareness of blockchain games.
Japan was one of the first places where games like Super Mario, Pokemon, and Sonic the Hedgehog were made and sold.