Metaverse company Gamepay has won a $250,000 grant from Everscale Grants, a campaign from the Everscale DeFi Alliance designed to bring in exceptional projects that can grow the Everscale ecosystem.
The company will receive financial support for ongoing expansion, technical mentorship from a team of industry experts as well as project structuring and market support.
Gamepay provides all the necessary tools for global game developers to launch their P2E games on its platform, focused on creating multiverses as well as an active community, the first product being Chickey Chik, which will launch in a NFT marketplace later this month.
“We are certain the outstanding GamePay team will successfully implement their project, and we are delighted that such a technologically sophisticated service will appear in the Everscale ecosystem.
“I hope that the example of GamePay will be followed by other startups, for whom the speed, reliability, and infinite scalability of Everscale are critical”, said Stan Prikhodko, Head of Everscale Defi Alliance grants program.
Gamepay will provide Everscale with rapid community growth and engagement as well as Tier 1 media exposure and ensure that the company will be an active player in growing the Everscale ecosystem as well as distributing the Chickey Chik game to Everscale wallet holders.
“To say we are honoured and excited at receiving this grant is the biggest understatement of 2022. We know Everscale is as agile and as passionate as us when it comes to scalability, speed, advanced smart-contract environment and the ability to support growth at full scale without limits.
“The onboarding process for receiving the grant was super-professional and seamless and we look forward to growing our ongoing partnership and collaboration,” said Daniel Santos, Gamepay CEO.
The $250,000 grant will be used to expand the footprint of the growing Gamepay and Chickey Chik community as the company pursues its roadmap of NFT and game delivery.
Recently profiled and lauded in Forbes magazine, Gamepay recently received $1.2 million pre-seed funding, led by Seier Capital with further investment from 8VI Group.