STEPN Kickstarts Gamers’ Interest As GMT Capitalizes On Bullish Retracement

And the game is on for STEPN as the GMT token plays in sync with other cryptocurrencies amplified for the bull run. In the past couple of weeks, STEPN has been making upgrades on its network to rekindle the waning interest of gamers. And the token seems to be making a lot of progress.

The move-to-earn game has recently rolled out Health Points that set a certain life cycle for STEPN sneakers. They also were brewing an exciting STEPNrun Contest that is scheduled to kick off from July 25 to August 8 which is meant to get the word out about STEPN on social media. The contest is designed to run on both Instagram and Twitter.

GMT Token Price Warms Up At $1.01

The GMT token price is currently at $1.01 and is forecasted to take off in the past couple of days. It looks like STEPN is just warming

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Some “Gamers” Are Really Upset About GTA 6 Having a Female Protagonist

Recent reports of a GTA 6 female protagonist has had an interesting response, to say the least. There are those who are simply looking forward to the game and want to see how it all plays out. On the other hand are “real gamers” who are upset that Rockstar Games is going “woke” (and about to go broke, or whatever the cool kids say), and the idea of ​​a female protagonist in such a hardcore crime game that’s strictly meant for the most masculine of all males is just unacceptable. Such are the reactions that one of the best Twitter accounts, Shitty Gamer Takes, came out of retirement to share some of the shittiest takes on the story.

The idea of ​​a GTA 6 female protagonist upset one GOP Congressional candidate as well

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Indonesia has blocked Steam, Epic Games, PayPal, and more

The Indonesian government has blocked popular gaming sites and web services after they did not register for a new set of licensing rules. The organization responsible for the block, a government communication ministry known locally as Kominfo, has attracted widespread criticism on Indonesian social media following the enforcement, with “BlokirKominfo” (“Block Kominfo”) trending.

Websites and services blocked include Steam, Epic Games, Battle Net, Ubisoft, Origin, Nintendo, Yahoo, and PayPal. PayPal has since been temporarily unblocked to allow Indonesians a five day window to withdraw their money.

The new rules, first announced in November 2020, give Indonesian authorities the power to compel platforms to disclose certain user data and take down content deemed unlawful or that “disturbs public order” within as few as 4 hours.

Earlier this month, Indonesia had urged tech companies to sign on to these new licensing rules before a July 20th deadline. Some companies, including Amazon, Facebook,

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Gamers Demand Production of ‘Skate 5’

MONTREAL — Following the trailer for the fourth Skate game, titled skate.gamers have demanded that Electronic Arts begin production on a sequel to the upcoming game.

“Yeah, yeah, the new Skate game is gonna have microtransactions or something. Annoying, I guess, but honestly that’s not even why I care. For me, the fun of the Skate series at this point has nothing to do with playing Skate games; it’s all about begging online for a new game to get announced,” said gamer Jeffrey Rogers. “We’ve built a whole community around begging EA to make Skate 4 and now that it’s finally happening, that chapter of our lives has come to a close. I don’t even really like playing Skate games — to me, the game is asking for the game. And so the game of Skate 4 begins for us: demanding EA make Skate 5.”

“I kinda bounced

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Play-to-earn’s future is being decided in Brazil by Gunstars

On July 8, Mark Venturelli beamed onto the main screen of Brazil’s International Games Festival. The game developer was set to present on game design, but he began his address with a twist. “I fooled you guys. The name of my talk is not ‘Future of Video Games,’” he announced. “It’s called ‘Why NFTs are a nightmare.’”

NFTs, or nonfungible tokens, have become one of the primary currencies in a growing model of games called play-to-earn, where users receive in-game digital rewards such as weapons or clothing that can be sold on crypto marketplaces. Critics like Venturelli argue that the rise of play-to-earn games like Axie Infinity has, in rampant speculation and a worsening design among online games.

“Play-to-earn does something that was never done before, which is to turn games from an activity about entertainment into an economic activity,” Venturelli told Rest of World. Nevertheless, there is a

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