GAMEE is a high-engagement, high-earning mobile gaming platform that rewards players for skill and effort. GAMEE's Arc8 and G-Bots products are the new frontier of casual mobile gaming in the metaverse, powered by the GMEE token, the utility token that enables purchase, utility, reward and action. GAMEE was founded in 2015 in the Czech Republic. It has over 40 million registered users and has served over 5,3 billion gaming sessions.
In this article, we will discuss:
What is GAMEE?
GAMEE is a mobile gaming platform to play and win. They have attracted more than 40 million users worldwide, who have played more than 6 billion moves. Connected brands, gamers and crypto projects through gaming. They firmly believe in the true ownership of digital assets in the new era of gaming, an era in which tokenized game currencies and blockchain-based game characters will revolutionize the industry.
All players should have the opportunity to earn with their skill and be rewarded for contributing to the success of these games. The mission is to recognize and reward player skill, effort and loyalty and introduce the value of the blockchain to key players.
The GAMEE entertainment platform consists of:
- Arc8 App – a virtual arcade where people play mobile games and win prizes. The experience is organized around Hubs, which are owned by the community. Partners bring token rewards or branded games, or sponsor exclusive content for owners of NFT collections, where Arc8 serves them as a gamified launch pad.
- G-Bots Metaverse – Game characters and collectibles on the blockchain. They are upgradable, playable and grant their owners rewards through a series of games and virtual worlds.
- App Awards – a free iOS, Android and web gaming app with 80+ casual games and an ad-supported business model.
Arc8 is a high-adrenaline mobile gaming platform, a virtual arcade where people play mobile games and earn rewards. The experience is organized around Hubs, which are owned by the community. Partners bring token rewards, branded games or sponsor exclusive content to owners of NFT collections, where Arc8 serves them as a gamified launch pad.
The GMEE token is powering the core of the experience, used primarily as a means of access, payment currency and, in limited amounts, earned as a reward. Arc8 is designed as a high-performance mobile gaming platform where players use their skills to earn rewards, with the GMEE symbol at the center of the experience.
You can play Arc8 on iOS and Android: https://www.gamee.com/download
G-Bots – upgradable game characters
Arc8 Hubs – a way to own a part of Arc8
Arc8, as a competitive platform, uses stations. Top players compete for big rewards, sponsored by various partners. During these seasons, players compete in matches and tournaments, and are ranked by their skill level in each of the games. With this, players are paired with other players of similar skill.
They believe that not all skills are created equal, which is why they differentiate leaderboards and rankings by individual games. New games, partners and updates come to Arc8 each season to keep the content fresh and the competition fierce. The current season is Season 3, which runs from June 1, 2022 to August 1, 2022.
Arc8 is a mobile gaming experience, play that rewards progress and game skill across multiple casual style games. GMEE tokens are powering the core of the experience, used to access 1v1 games and Tournaments, which offer prizes to the top players.
In addition to games and tournaments, players are offered daily rewarded tasks and a special season ranking competition. These events vary and are announced ahead of a new season. Tournament prizes are sponsored by various Arc8 Launchpad partners, while the GMEE token can also be earned, in limited quantities, in Sponsored Tournaments or through daily tasks in Arc8.
Arc8 Game Portfolio
Arc8 is live with 10 original skill game titles and is regularly updated with new content. Over time, there will be up to 50 games available to play at once, including live multiplayer functionality. The latest games that have been released on Arc8 include games in cooperation with global brands (Manchester City Football Club, ATARI, game Sandbox etc.) and Hoop Shot. In addition, there are original games from the GAMEE team, as well as content from third-party creators. Seasons' portfolio of games will eventually be voted on by Arc8 Hubs owners, facilitated by the GMEE token.
Launchpad Arc8 offers gaming and gaining experience and exposure from the community through mobile games. The purpose of the launch pad is to create a customizable space for those who want to have a gaming platform as a launch pad to promote their NFT project, token, game or collection to a large user base. The aim is to build bridges between various web3 projects and the gaming audience.
Arc8 is a virtual arcade where people play mobile games and win prizes. The experience is organized around Hubs, which are owned by the community. Arc8 Hubs are non-fungible tokens that represent a virtual property. Through ownership of these NFTs, players will have the opportunity to manage hubs, organize game tournaments, select games and sponsors, set prize pools and thus customize the Arc8 experience for the community, as well as earn rewards for their activities on Arc8. The GMEE token will provide the essential utility to buy, rent and manage the hubs, taking on an important role in each season of Arc8. Hub owners will participate in the active management of the hub.
Play and win: G-Bots
G-Bots are designed to give you the best game and gain experience. The team truly believes in rewarding players (as they have for years at GAMEE) for their effort, skill and loyalty. Now they're taking it to the next level. Play and Win is the new era of gaming.
It starts here with G-Bots in the Arc8 App, and continues through various other games and metaphors. Through the Play-and-Earn gameplay mechanics, players will create in-game value by upgrading their G-Bots, minting new ones, and earning tokens and other items, which can be further traded or sold. This encourages players to actively participate in the growth of the ecosystem.
How to win?
- Staking Events – Send your G-Bot(s) on missions to complete tasks for special prizes and prize pools.
- PvP Battles and Campaign – Standalone games that combine strategy and intense action with the possibility to challenge other players or play the campaign in story mode. Sponsored events and grand prizes on a regular basis.
- win ETs – Energy Tokens ($ET) are the native currency of the Metaverse G-Bots that can only be earned by completing tasks and playing games within the ecosystem, which is required for Upgrading, Evolving, and Breeding new G-Bots.
Owning a G-Bot gives players access to certain exclusive games on the Arc8 App. The G-Bot is a ticket to these G-Bots games in Arc8 Dark Lords and Energy Wars. Each mini game features massive GMEE chip prizes, distributed according to the position each player achieves in a tournament. Arc8 Season 3 also sees the launch of 1v1 Premium Battles between G-Bot owners, along with 1v1 Premium Tournaments.
The first G-Bot support game to arrive on Arc8 was Sky Lords (January 6, 2022). This was then transformed into Dark Lords. In this game, players must command a spaceship and fight waves of enemies, unlocking various power-ups along the way to increase their defense or attack skills. The G-Bot's attributes and rarities translate to the gameplay, although the player's skill is what matters most to get a good score. The G-Bot series of games will soon grow to include Energy Wars, an exciting puzzle game where players must create colorful combos and obtain power-ups to defeat enemies.
G-Bots offer rewards when wagering the game character. Staking events will be limited in time, each with different conditions, always announced in advance on our Social Media. The first staking event started in Q2022 3, distributing a total of 3 million $GMEE across XNUMX different staking missions.
Players will soon be able to participate in the creation, so only G-Bot First Edition owners (minted in 2021) will be able to benefit from them. In stakeout events, a higher rarity of G-Bots can receive higher rewards thanks to their win multipliers. These multipliers range from 1x for a regular G-Bot, up to 100x for a Mythic. You can bet your G-Bots at app.gamee.com.
G-Bots are fighters created to compete and win battles. The Arc8 app hosts two mini-games for G-Bot owners, which will eventually be incorporated into a standalone G-Bot game. Players can directly compete against other G-Bots in tournaments or, with the release of Season 3, compete in 1v1 battles. Currently, G-Bot owners have access to Dark Lords, with the new Energy Wars game coming soon.
Energy Tokens (ET)
Energy Tokens (ET) are the native currency of the G-Bots Metaverse, pure play and gain utility token. ETs can only be earned in-game (playing games on the Arc8 App and G-Bots PvP Battle Game). They can be used to upgrade, evolve and create new G-Bots and to upgrade Land, in combination with the GMEE Token. The ETs are in infinite supply and each time the ETs are spent by the user, they are burned. GAMEE will not provide ET listings or liquidity and will not sell any ET to players or investors.
How to play
Arc8 Tournaments are match-based multiplayer games where players compete in specific games using their skills. When competing against other players whether in 1v1 training, matches or any tournament you can be sure that other players are competing at exactly the same configured level.
What types of tournaments are available on Arc8?
1v1 match training mode, where you play against an opponent with a similar skill rating (which is a score each player has based on their experience and skill level). The entry fee is paid in credits, as are rewards (credits are free in in-game currency). You can choose from 3 different levels with different entry fees and rewards. When both scores are submitted, the results are published and prizes are distributed.
Player vs player match in which participants are matched according to their skill rating
The entry fee is paid by both players in GMEE Tokens; the winner gets the GMEE Tokens. Arc8 charges players a 10% platform fee to host each match. Prize pools are funded by entry fees paid by players. When both scores are submitted, the results are published and prizes are distributed.
Skill-based game competition for groups of players of all skill levels. Tournaments are limited in time, and can last from a few hours to several days. Results scored during the tournament are displayed on the event leaderboard; only the highest score achieved by each player is uploaded to the leaderboard.
The tournament entry fee is paid by players with GMEE Tokens; top players earn GMEE Tokens from the prize pool. The prize pool is fixed, communicated prior to the start of the tournament and funded by the Game Operations Pool. Depending on the game, certain tournaments are single-entry in order to prevent players from gaining an unfair advantage by playing the same random game over and over again (such as Solitaire Star or Pirate Solitaire).
Time-limited, skill-based game competition for groups of players of all skill levels. Results scored during the tournament are displayed on the event leaderboard; only the highest score achieved by each player is uploaded to the leaderboard. The entry fee is paid in credits (free in-game currency); top players earn GMEE Tokens from the prize pool. The prize pool is fixed, communicated prior to the start of the tournament and funded by Game Operatio
What tournaments are coming up and who determines the prizes?
Initially, the GAMEE team is organizing tournaments and prize pools. We will be experimenting with different tournament durations and prize pools to make the experience seamless for the community. Occasionally, there are sponsored tournaments where you can win other chips like $TOWER, QUICK and REVVV. They will be marked in the Arc8 app as sponsored tournaments. Over time, players will have the right to vote in prize distributions, and you will be able to organize custom tournaments for others. For more information on this, please follow our roadmap and future announcement.
New games on Arc8
Arc8 started with 10 games at launch, but the GAMEE team is already working on a second batch of games and we will be updating the Arc8 experience regularly. Second, we are looking at ways to allow anyone to host their game on Arc8.
With the fees charged at the tournaments, they are building a treasury of GMEE tokens.
Is there a way to play with multiple accounts?
One person = One account. This is what we believe to be fairest for all our players. In the following cases, accounts will be banned in the name of fair competition for all players:
- One person = multiple accounts. Qualified players are equated with other qualified players, which is the fair system used in any sport, including sport.
- One Device = Multiple Accounts. This is very similar to the situation above and is therefore restricted
Using cheats/bots/emulators. Players should only use their own skills in games, and no other software should be involved in the process.
How to earn tokens and credits?
What is the difference between tokens and credits?
Arc8 is powered by the GAMEE token, which is used as an entry fee and reward in tournaments and matches. This is a utility token based on the Ethereum blockchain and can be traded on crypto exchanges where the GMEE token is listed. To provide a completely free experience to all players, Arc8 introduces Credits, which are free in-game currency earned through gameplay and completing tasks.
How to earn credits?
By completing daily tasks every day, you'll find new tasks to complete in Arc8, each of which rewards credits.
- Daily Reward – Come daily to the Arc8 app and claim free credit rewards.
- Leveling – each player rises with more skill and experience; leveling is always rewarded with credits.
- 1v1 game practice – matches against opponents where credits are paid to enter and earned as a reward.
How to earn GMEE tokens?
You can earn GMEE tokens in 1v1 games and tournaments.
Can I earn tokens other than GMEE?
Every month they organize partner-sponsored tournaments. You will be able to earn tokens like TOWER, REVV and QUICK, with even more tokens from the Polygon network to be announced in the near future.
Games in Arc8: Game Scoring System
On Arc8 you can find more than 10 games, of different genres, and with their own scoring systems.
Below you can find each of them explained in detail.
- Each shape placed = +5
- Tile base = +20 points (when completing a 3×3 square)
Each time a 3×3 square is completed, the next spawned shape receives a +1x multiplier. If more are completed in a row, the multiplier grows with the maximum being x5. The multiplier is counted when a 3×3 square is completed, including the tiles with the multiplier. Each consecutively completed 3×3 square also increases the value of the base tile by +10. Once the sequence of completing a 3×3 square is broken, the value of the tile goes back to the base (+20). When more than one 3×3 square is completed at once, the total score awarded is multiplied by the number of such squares completed at the same time.
- The small bonus is worth +40 points, the large bonus (purple diamond) is worth +80 points.
- The point multiplier is awarded to collected bonuses.
The point multiplier is charged covering bonuses (+0,2 per bonus) and downloads every 1 second elapsed since the last bonus collection. The point multiplier only works on whole numbers (so 1,9 acts as an x1 multiplier). When losing a lifetime, the score multiplier resets to x1. Each time the player dies, the score is subtracted by -50 points and the multiplier is reset. Once the game is completed (golden tile at the end is reached), the player receives a time bonus of +30 points for every second remaining.
- Bonus collectors (golden rings) are placed in a formation.
- Collecting the first bonus is worth +10 points, each other bonus collected in the formation is worth +10, etc.
For all 5 meters of distance covered, the player is awarded +5 points. The point multiplier is awarded for both distance and collected bonuses. The point multiplier is raised by collecting diamonds. If no diamonds are collected for 10 seconds or if a life is lost, the multiplier is reset to x1. Once the player survives to the end of the game, each remaining life is worth +1.000 points.
The score is awarded for destroying enemies, collecting coins, in-game survival time, and possibly also the remaining HP bonus. Every second survived awards +10 points. Each coin collected is worth +10 points. Coins can be obtained by opening loot boxes or destroying enemies by shooting (not by collision). Destroying enemies grants points based on enemy type, points awarded range from +10 to +50 points per enemy destroyed. If the player survives the entire duration of the game, the HP bonus is granted. The maximum HP bonus is +2.500 points and is determined as % of the remaining HP of the starting HP.
For every second player that survives, +25 points are awarded (with the exception of recovery time after losing a life). Base bonus awards +15 points per pickup. The point multiplier only affects the points players earn from collecting bonuses. Each accumulated bonus is added to the multiplier bar. The more bonuses you lose in a row, the faster the bar depletes. Each life remaining at the end of the game is worth +500 points.
Each card moved into the deck is worth the base value of +10 points. Each card moved to the deck in sequence adds +1 to the multiplier bar. The score multiplier bar goes up by one multiplier point for every 3 consecutive cards placed in the deck. Once the sequence is broken, the multiplier is reset to x1. The score multiplier only applies to cards moved into the deck. Each compensated column is worth +100 points. Once the game is completed, a bonus of +500 points is awarded. At the end of the game, the remaining time contributes to the time bonus. The % Time Remaining is the % of the player's score added to the base score at the end of the game.
Players earn points for creating 5-card combinations from the cards on the table and in their hands (the four columns on the table). Points are scored by hand type + the score of the highest scoring card. For example, a 9 point high flush would score: 700 + 50 = 750 points for that hand. When removing all cards from all hands, the remaining time contributes to the time bonus. The % Time Remaining is the % of the player's score added to the base score at the end of the game.
The score is awarded for destroying asteroids. There are 3 different sizes with 3 different score values. Small asteroids are worth +25, medium asteroids are worth +100 and large asteroids are worth +250. Destroying an asteroid is worth +1.000 points. Destroying an enemy spaceship is worth +150 points per part of the ship (+600 for all 4 parts). Each life remaining at the end of the game is worth +200 points.
Each uncovered card is worth +20 points. There are 21 cards in total to be discovered in each game (+420 points maximum). When a card is moved to the base, the point value starts at +130 for the Ace and gets lower with each successive card (+120 for 2, +110 or 3, etc…). The maximum when completing the game is equal to +3.640 points at most. When the game is completed, a bonus of +500 points is awarded. There is a chance to get +50 points for a hidden easter egg, a maximum of 2 times per game (+100 points maximum). The time bonus is awarded at the end of the game and is computed as:
- (cards uncovered/30 * 2,4 + 0,3) * time left
- The maximum time bonus is +3.000 points.
- The maximum total score is then 7.660 points.
- Redistributing the stack more than 3 times subtracts -20 points.
Bonus collectors (golden rings) are placed in a formation. Collecting the first bonus is worth +10 points, each other bonus collected in the formation is worth +10, etc. For all 5 meters of distance covered, the player is awarded +5 points. The point multiplier is awarded for both distance and collected bonuses. The point multiplier is raised by collecting diamonds. If no diamonds are collected for 10 seconds or if a life is lost, the multiplier is reset to x1. Once the player survives to the end of the game, each remaining life is worth +1.000 points.
- Scoring is assigned by creating combinations within each column.
- Complete one Blackjack with any number of cards it is worth +150 points.
- Completing a column with a wild card is worth +200 points.
- Completing a Blackjack with just two cards (10+J/Q/K) is worth +400 points.
- Placing 5 cards within a column is worth +600 points.
- When completing 2 columns in a row, the result is a Combo worth +300 extra points. When completing 3 columns in a row, the result is a Super Combo worth +600 extra points.
- Completing more than 21 points in a column results in the loss of a lifespan.
- When taking all the cards from the deck, each extra life remaining is worth +300 points.
- When clearing all cards from the deck, the remaining time contributes to the time bonus. The % Time Remaining is the % of the player's score added to the base score at the end of the game.
- Each shape placed = +5
- Base = +20 points (when completing a row/column)
Each time a row/column is completed, the next spawned shape receives a +1x multiplier. If more are completed in a row, the multiplier grows to a maximum of x5. The multiplier is counted when a row/square column is completed, including the tiles with the multiplier. Each row/column completed consecutively also increases the base tile value by +10. Once the sequence of completing 3×3 squares is broken, the value of the tile goes back to the base (+20). When more than one row/column is completed at once, the total score awarded is multiplied by the number of such rows/columns completed at the same time.
The GAMEE Token (GMEE) is an ERC-20 utility token designed to be the access, action and governance currency in supported games provided on the GAMEE platform. The GMEE token uses Polygon as an L2 scale solution and a bridge to the BNB Smart Chain. The purpose of GMEE is to support multiple game titles on the GAMEE platform, as well as decentralize their ownership and governance. We want to put players in control. GMEE's total supply was set at 3.180.000.000 chips.
The GAMEE Token allows holders to enter game tournaments, purchase, upgrade and trade game characters and other in-game items. GMEE allows incumbents to engage in the governance layer of the ecosystem, vote on platform roadmap features and new game content. The GAMEE token has expanded use across other Apps and DApps, especially those of parent company Animoca Brands.
GMEE stake refers to a player choosing to stake their GMEE tokens, which are then locked in a smart contract and cannot be used during the stake period. This is done in several ways, depending on the purpose of the Stake:
Governance, Stake and Vote
The GMEE Token is a symbol of governance that can be used to vote and influence decisions about product features and game content. Specifically, they are looking to build decentralized decision making in areas such as:
- Game content to be featured in Arc8 App
- Distribution of prize pools across all GAMEE products
- Features around Arc8 Hubs and G-Bots Land
stake to earn
Promotional events will be organized from time to time to allow GMEE holders to earn various rewards by adding GMEE to liquidity pools. Rewards will vary, based on the company's marketing activities and partnerships.
Where to buy the GMEE token?
GMEE cryptocurrency can be traded on the following exchanges:
- Huobi Global
The Gamee project is an exciting addition to both the mobile gaming industry and the NFT space. It also offers a ton of incentives for players to keep coming back for more. Also, having big sponsors like Animoca Brands can certainly help boost the value of your token in the future.