Dappradar’s third quarter blockchain gaming report highlights important trends that are appeared. These trends include the growth of casual game studios and the apps that enable them earning through movement, which indicates the diverse tastes of users. The report also highlights the continued dominance of established games like Alien Worlds and Splinterlands in numbers wallets and transactions. However, new players such as Treasuredao and Sweat Economy they win their places, suggesting future trends.
The study delves deeper into the growth of social applications on the blockchain. “Social applications on blockchain, for example, were the main topic of the quarter,” the Dappradar report points out. “Although their market share is a modest 11 percent, a significant increase is noticeable user involvement in social projects, which is visible in our social ranking application on the blockchain.”
The report for the third quarter points out that investments remained strong at the level of 600 million dollars, but still lagged behind compared to 2021. “Investments that were made last year they should bring results this year and maybe next,” the report says. From the beginning of 2023. In 2016, blockchain games attracted roughly $2.3 billion in investment. Despite decrease in activity, interest in metaverses and virtual worlds continues to grow, and blockchains like Skale and Zksync are becoming increasingly popular, especially among studios for relaxed games.