Indonesia-based esports organization Rex Regum Qeon (RRQ) recently launched its new project, RRQ Guild, in collaboration with tech startup Alterra, to expand blockchain-based play-to-earn communities globally through its fanbase and online-to-offline presence. As per the deal, Alterra will operate as a bill payment aggregator, a software-as-a-service provider, and a tech academy for the new venture.
“We are not just building a guild, but also an ecosystem of gamers and blockchain games, with millions of scholars worldwide,” said Andrian Pauline, the Co-Founder of RRQ. “We want to provide access for our communities to the global economy enabled by web3. We will be raising funds to expand the project and its reach, but more importantly, we are extending an invitation to investors, web3 builders, game developers, gamers, and non-gamers to unlock the potential of blockchain together and use it to bring social impact to real-life communities.”
This partnership will enable RRQ Guild to target millions of scholars by combining online and offline communities, as well as introducing new customers to the play-to-earn system, allowing them to earn additional income – approximately $50 to $150 per month. These agents will become evangelists and help extend the reach through online and offline mediums. Alterra’s technology expertise in the digital payment field will also help RRQ build the tools necessary to deliver the best experience and security features to the guild’s community.
Beyond introducing play-to-earn mechanics to new scholars, through Alterra’s tech training program (Alterra Academy), the collaboration will also support the development of e-games to create the best experience for scholars and drive technology development in the blockchain gaming segment, as well as produce the next generation of blockchain developers.
(All information was provided by TechNode Global)