Inven Global is thrilled to announce Wemade as our title sponsor for the Inven Global Esports Conference 2022 (IGEC). IGEC 2022 takes place June 1-2, with a variety of panels and sessions designed to facilitate networking and highlight the most important discussion topics of the space at the same time.
As title sponsors, Wemade will be introducing their Wemix blockchain platform that they are calling the "future of gaming." By unlocking the value of games, Wemade aims to create a sustainable, blockchain-based game platform for users to dedicate their time to and benefit from as they play.
By solving issues related to low transfer-per-second rates, Wemix has revolutionized blockchain-based gaming as we know it today, elevating the user experience and unlocking a world of new possibilities. This lowering of the technological barriers associated with blockchain gaming, combined with increased scalability, means Wemix is a new look for an already rapidly-growing gaming ecosystem.
As the first Korean company to successfully launch into the blockchain space, Wemade is an exciting sponsor and IGEC is delighted to welcome them. Over the course of the two-day event, you can expect to hear from experts in multiple fields, with just a few of the highlights listed below:
Lessons in Esports Leadership: Looking at the Past and Future of Competitive Gaming
Joe Marsh of T1, Carlos Rodriguez of G2, Tricia Sugita of FlyQuest, and Steve Arhancet of Team Liquid joins us for a high-level discussion on the space. You don’t want to miss this one.
KEYNOTE — Continuing the TSM Legacy: The Esports Titles of the Future
TSM’s Dominic Kallas joins us to give a keynote speech on continuing the incredible legacy of TSM in the space, and how they evaluate opportunities in newer games. It’s rare to get this level of insight into the process of an org TSM’s size, and we’re grateful to Dominic for joining us and sharing his expertise.
We have a lot more to share, so be sure to check out the IGEC website for more details of what will be our best IGEC yet.