Immutable launched ‘The Main Quest’, a groundbreaking $50 million rewards program in Web3 gaming. This initiative, developed in partnership with Digital Worlds Foundation, aims to accelerate the mainstream adoption of decentralized gaming by offering substantial rewards to players.

The Main Quest incentivizes players to engage with Immutable’s growing network of over 270 games. Players can earn tokens through various activities, like quests, managing collections on the Immutable platform, and playing games. The company seeks to enhance user engagement and drive the adoption of Web3 gaming platforms with the program.

The program features ten highly anticipated Web3 gaming titles; it covers Blast Royale, Guild of Guardians, Illuvium, MetalCore, Hunters on Chain, Pixelmon, Pool Masters, Space Nation, The Bornless, and Treeverse. Each game offers a unique and immersive experience, catering to a wide range of gaming preferences. Players can earn rewards by completing tasks and quests, with Gems serving as the program’s primary reward currency.

To participate in The Main Quest, players must register with Immutable Passport or link their wallets to Immutable zkEVM. Gems can be redeemed for rewards on the Immutable community portal, including game tokens and in-game NFTs. This initiative not only incentivizes player engagement but also highlights the potential for blockchain technology to revolutionize the gaming industry.

Immutable’s president and co-founder, Robbie Ferguson, expressed excitement about the program:

“We are excited to launch this first leg with some of the most anticipated projects in web3 gaming today, and as more of our 300+ signed games go to market, the opportunities for players to be rewarded by the Immutable ecosystem will grow exponentially. Web3 gaming is here – and this is just the start.”

The Main Quest represents a significant step forward in driving mainstream adoption of Web3 gaming. By offering substantial rewards and a diverse portfolio of games, Immutable aims to attract both players and developers to its platform.