A window of opportunity for players-Game supplies still sit on the fence

After all, blockchain is still a relatively new concept, for traditional game manufacturers, most of them still sitting on the fence, and there are few investing cases in the field of blockchain.
Yat Siu, the co-founder of Animoca Brands, a blockchain game company that was just listed on Unicorn start-ups, said to “Hong Kong 01:”
“Innovation is dangerous for a large company because it is a factor shaking the foundation. That’s why we think that traditional game giants will be the last tycoon to invest in the blockchain field.”
At the end of this July,
Facebook has gathered many experts in various fields of hardware games and virtual reality, to create a digital 3D world with virtual reality, and adopt blockchain technology. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg regards the plan as an important milestone of development in the future.
Epic Games, an American game company that developed “Fortnite,” also announced it would raise US$1 billion, part of which will be invested in the vision of metaverse.