Dapp.com AMA Ep. 13 | Guests: The Altitude Game Team

2019-11-28 00:10:00 · 1315 views · 3 min read

In this episode of Dapp.com AMA, we're excited to collaborate with Matic Network and invite the team from Altitude Games: CEO Gabby Dizon, Product Manager Patrick Kreuch, and Marketing Manager Monika Guballa to talk about Battle Racers, a brand new arcade racing game launching its Season One pre-sale today! 

 

As one of the most anticipated new games of 2019, Battle Racers has been getting our attention since day one that they announced the release date. And we did take a deep into the in-game  NFT system. Now, it’s going to finally launch the game and we’re all super excited! Feeling interested and wanna know more? Ask the Altitude Games team anything!

 

Schedule

AMA session: Monday, December 2, 2019, at 7 AM EST / 8 PM GMT+8

Questions submission: Submit question(s) before 11:59 PM EST on Sunday, December 1, 2019.

How to participate:

  1. Join Dapp.com Telegram community 

  2. Comment under this post or leave your questions in our Telegram group with #BattleRacersAMA

  3. Quality questions will be rewarded FREE items that worth $200 in total & Matic tokens if got selected for the AMA session.
     

About Our Guests

Gabby Dizon, CEO of Altitude Games

Gabby is the CEO of Altitude Games, a Manila-based mobile and blockchain game developer. He helped pioneer the Philippine game industry as part of the team that released the first Filipino-made game in 2003. Gabby is a founding board member of the Blockchain Game Alliance and former president of the Game Developers Association of the Philippines. 

 

Patrick Kreuch, Product Manager of Altitude Games 

Patrick is the Product Manager for Battle Racers - an action-packed arcade game on the blockchain where you design, build, race, and model cars on arcade-sized tracks on Decentraland. He’s also the Marketing Director at Alto.io - a maker of tools that let you mint, sell, use, connect, and search for crypto items in blockchain-based game ecosystems.

 

Monika Guballa, Marketing and Communications Manager of Altitude Games

Monika is the Marketing and Communications Manager for Battle Racers, an arcade racing blockchain game being developed by Manila-based studio Altitude Games. With six years of experience in video game marketing and production, she has been involved in over 20 titles for PC and mobile, including casual and hardcore strategy games. 

 

Siddhartha Jain, Head of Ecosystem Growth at Matic

Siddhartha heads the developer relations and ecosystem growth at Matic Network, the leading L2 scaling solution on Ethereum. He also takes care of the developer support program at Matic.

 

About Battle Racers

Battle Racers is an action-packed arcade game where you design, build, and race model cars on arcade-sized tracks. Mix and match parts and weapons to create your perfect car, then use its combat skills to beat other players to the finish line. 

 

Enter the car-shaped arena to join competitive races, practice on your own, customize your cars in the garage, or simply hang out and watch the action. 

 Customize your car in the garage by mixing and matching parts and weapons. Different parts have different stats and skills, contributing to your car’s overall performance. Do you choose speed over handling? Firepower or defense? Create the perfect car to match your playstyle.

 

You can tokenize your car into a non-fungible token – creating a collectible car that’s permanently tracked on the blockchain. Tokenized Battle Racers have an immutable record of their win/loss history, adding to their value and prestige. Plus, they earn more points and have better stats the more they race when compared against “off-chain” cars!

 

While waiting for its official launch on blockchain-based platform Decentraland, play for free on practice tracks against other players on its Early Access release! Join now at Battle Racers

 The game allows players to mix and match parts and weapons to create their own race car, then use its combat skills to beat other players to the finish line. The race cars and car parts are non-fungible tokens that are solely owned by the player. Although Battle Racers’ gameplay data will be centralized (in order to guarantee better real-time play experience), the in-game items will be standard ERC-721 tokens, and its stats, ownership, and race record will be publicly viewable on the blockchain mainnet.

 

About Matic Network 

Matic Network provides scalable, secure and instant Ethereum transactions using Plasma side chains and a Proof-of-Stake network. Currently, Matic is working with Ethererum-bases games, such as Chainbreakers, Neon District, MarbleCards, and Battle Racers. 

 

Join us and be the first ones in the know about this exciting game! 
 

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