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Play-to-Earn Expo Coming to Bangkok

Posted July 14, 2022 1:42 pm
2 min
By Jethro Sandico

Play-to-Earn Expo, a three-day P2E hybrid event, is coming to the W Hotel in Bangkok, Thailand on August 10-13, 2022, according to its official website. Aiming to connect people in the GameFi community, the expo is open to 250 physical attendees, and 2,000 virtual participants.

More than 50 speakers will grace the panel discussions to share their insights about business, P2E and blockchain technology. The event will also feature panel discussions, game pitches, networking sessions, pre-arranged meetings, and virtual booths for the sponsors. 

Speakers include Anastasia D (CEO, Cointelegraph Comms.), Corey Wilton (Co-founder, Mirai Labs), John Russell (Partner, Capital), Kyle Chasse (CEO, Master Ventures) and Rich Robinson (Entrepreneur-in-Residence, Animoca), to name a few.

Educational activities run for three days before culminating with rooftop and pool parties, featuring international DJs from Australia, Singapore and Taiwan.

Who should attend the Play-to-Earn Expo? 

Play-to-Earn Game Developers

Connect with industry guilds and investors to raise funds and kickstart communities. The hybrid expo is also a place to meet creative collaborators, journalists, and other experts who can possibly help build and market products.


Learn from the best in the business and connect with some of the top P2E game creators and ecosystem builders.

Exchanges, Launchpads and Investors

Find upcoming play-to-earn games and guilds to invest in. Meet various creatives and professionals from the blockchain gaming world.

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