Indian Web3 Game Marketplace Tegro Extends $1 Million Grant for Developers

Tegro is aiming to connect with developers, who could distinguish real games from the clutter of poorly managed websites and weak virtual economies that could pose financial risks to gamers.

Indian Web3 Game Marketplace Tegro Extends $1 Million Grant for Developers

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Blockchain games have become a category of their own called GameFi

Highlights
  • Tegro is looking to collaborate with developers
  • Each project could get maximum grant of $25,000
  • Company has opened applications on official site

Tegro, the Indian Web3 games marketplace, has taken a step to add some capital to the Indian Web3 space. The company has announced a funding of $1 million (roughly Rs. 7.75 crore) for Indian game developers, who are working in the blockchain game sector. In an announcement posted on Tuesday, May 17, Tegro invited game developers to apply to bag funding from this programme. Each selected project can get an investment of up to $25,000 (roughly Rs. 19 lakh).

Tegro is aiming to connect with developers, who could distinguish real games from the clutter of poorly managed websites and weak virtual economies that could pose financial risks to gamers.

“Game development and publishing are in itself complex processes. Developers may not be completely conscientious of the slate of activities behind these words, let alone the complexities involved with building Web3 games with economies that are sustainable and can stand the test of time,” Tegro said in a press release.

Tegro is the brainchild of Siddharth Menon, the co-founder of WazirX crypto exchange. Launched in 2022, Tegro was formed in partnership with Pune-based software firm Super Gaming.

Menon is looking forward to have new age Indian game developers collaborate with Tegro. Applicants can apply on the official company website.

Tegro is building a game-asset marketplace for players, traders, and institutional investors. The platform will allow them to trade, hold, and play with game assets, while also assisting them in making informed trade and investment decisions.

Blockchain gaming has become a category of its own in recent days. It's called the GameFi category of Web3. According to DappRadar, GameFi users increased from 343,000 in January 2021 to 8.51 million in January 2022, making a 24 times growth.

Games have also emerged as a dominant use case for blockchain technology, accounting for 52.4 percent of unique wallets, exceeding DeFi that holds 34.7 percent shares.

At present, India has a bunch of gaming firms that are working on blockchain games.

“India is possibly the largest gaming market in the world, thanks to the deep penetration of mobile phones and cheap data rates. With the Web3 paradigm of Play-to-Earn, where gamers can monetize their time and in-game achievements - this market is set to grow multifold in the coming years,” Arjun Kalsy, vice president of Growth, Polygon had told the media last year.


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Radhika Parashar
Radhika Parashar is a senior correspondent for Gadgets 360. She has been reporting on tech and telecom for the last three years now and will be focussing on writing about all things crypto. Besides this, she is a major sitcom nerd and often replies in Chandler Bing and Michael Scott references. For tips or queries you could reach out to her at RadhikaP@ndtv.com. More
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