So why haven’t blockchain games been successful? Well, they have, you just haven’t heard about them yet. Axie Infinity, a pokemon inspired play-to-earn title, had a revenue of $800m in Q3 2021 alone with thousands of players making a living from the game. As many blockchains are now being developed to support games and provide a smooth user experience, the number of blockchain games in development has increased rapidly. The next stage for blockchain games will be to not only attract the limited amount of crypto-savvy gamers, but gamers in general. Why hasn’t that been the case already? If you could choose to earn money from your gameplay, wouldn’t it be an easy choice? Well, the answer is simple: blockchain games are still not good enough for traditional gamers. The genre is still very young, and so far great economic structures with a possibility to earn have been prioritized over gameplay experience. Once we start seeing games that can provide both, I am convinced that blockchain games are here not only to stay, but also to replace traditional games where players are not rewarded for their efforts. When blockchain games break through, we will see an explosion in crypto adoption amongst the general population since all of a sudden there is a huge incentive to get involved, and maybe even a requirement for some of the games you want to play.