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Apeiron Tournament Heralds New Era of WEB3 Collaboration

Wed, 02/15/2023 - 11:39
Apeiron Tournament Heralds New Era of WEB3 Collaboration
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Foonie Magus, developers of the world’s 1st NFT god game Apeiron, has announced its biggest ever cross-community tournament, the Apeiron Guild Wars: Skydream Scramble, in celebration of their Battle Demo launch. The event, co-hosted by, will include major web3 gaming communities, a $200k prize pool, and support from industry veterans and peers, including The Beacon, Project Godjira, Matr1x FIRE, and Guildfi. The event is touted as being symbolic of a new era in Web3 community collaboration.

The tournament follows the recent release of Apeiron’s Dungeon Demo, casting players in the role of the storm god Gale and his gang of cute and chubby Doods as they fight through a dangerous dungeon in the Apeiron “godiverse”. The demo has received glowing praise from the public.

The release of the demo to the public marks the coming of Apeiron’s latest Guild Wars: the Skydream Scramble, to be held over the course of February and March 2023. This massive event will bring together web3 gaming communities for an opportunity to win rewards of up to $20,000 now and potentially a shot at Apeiron’s $200,000 tournament in May.

“Collaboration and partnership in the space is the foundation of web3 gaming,” Frank Cheng, Foonie Magus CEO, elaborates. “Not only does it push us to make better products, but it also lays the groundwork for interoperability, paving the way for deeper and more meaningful cooperation which will ultimately realize the dream of the metaverse.”

The Skydream Scramble will be Apeiron’s biggest ever gameplay tournament. Notable partners include gaming guild giants such as Guildfi, Avocado, YGG SEA, and Snackclub. Joining alongside the guilds are Alpha NFT communities Project Godira, Surgence, Habibz, and Zooverse. Gaming platforms Polkastarter and will be participating in the Skydream Scramble, with the latter co-hosting the tournament alongside Foonie Magus.

Trung,’s Chief Product Officer, spoke of the shared background for the two organizations as an inspiration for co-hosting the tournament: “We are impressed with the high quality of Aperion's game demo and are honored to be Aperion's comprehensive partner for this event.”

Foonie Magus will also be partnering with a number of other web3 game projects, such as The Beacon, E4C, Matr1x FIRE, Degenheim 3VERSE, and Shrapnel. Each have fun gameplay and innovative designs unique to blockchain, and offer players a variety of gaming experiences for the tournament

Interested game communities and orgs that would like to participate in the Skydream Scramble may contact Foonie Magus representatives through the official Apeiron Discord community for more information and to register. Once registered, any participants may play the demo for free.

About Apeiron

Apeiron is the world's first NFT-based play-and-earn roguelike x godgame. Apeiron will feature a unique card-based action-adventure combat system combined with god game simulation gameplay inspired by classic god games like Populous and Black & White. Players will be able to build up planets from above before descending down into dangerous dungeons as a powerful Avatar to solve the mysteries of the universe. Players will grow their planet to the point of developmental stagnation, then reset the planetary cycle via an Armageddon event to allow for even more advancement and thrilling late-game alliance level GvE and GvG activities. Apeiron will use a tri-token architecture - a governance token, a play-to-earn token, and a premium alliance token - to balance their ecosystem and drive long-term sustainable growth.

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