BNB Chain Opens Game Jam with In-Person London Event

by BSC News

January 25, 2023


The Game Jam is set to last the entire month of February once applications close on January 31.

BNB Chain Game Jam in London

BNB Chain hosted the Launch Party for its inaugural Game Jam competition in London on January 24.

The competition opened for application submissions on January 20 and the event was the official in-person kick-off. Application submissions will last one week until February 1, when the Game Jam officially kicks off. Photos from social media show that the event occurred at a pub with drinks, appetizers, and even a ping-pong table.

The event was attended by a variety of team members from projects like SuperPower Squad and Sugarverse, both games on BNB Chain, and independents as well.

The Game Jam will be a developer competition designed where different teams will compete to create the best Web3 blockchain game. The competition is sponsored by important developer and infrastructure projects connected to BNB Chain and Web3, like NodeReal, Polkstarter, CARV, and more.

The Game Jam will last all four weeks of February and with winners set to receive special incubation attention to build their game from BNB Chain. Final projects will be submitted for judgment on March 1, and the winners will be announced three weeks later on March 24.

BNB Chain has shown a focus on growing its blockchain gaming community of late. The world’s largest and most active blockchain also announced a partnership with Gaimin, a major Web2 and Esports company.

What is BNB Chain:

Previously known as the Binance Smart Chain (BSC), BNB Chain is a community-driven, decentralized, and censorship-resistant blockchain that is powered by Binance. It consists of BNB Beacon Chain and BNB Smart Chain, EVM compatible and facilitating a multi-chain ecosystem. Through the concept of MetaFI, BNB Chain aims to build the infrastructure to power the world’s parallel virtual ecosystem.

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