Forge Sees Over 200K Registered Users

After under a month in Beta, the rewards platform Forge has seen more than 200,000 global registered users across 182 different countries.

Forge currently features nine different games, including The Sandbox, Blocklords, Pixelmon, Mojo Melee, Rushdown Revolt, Portal Fantasy, Ember Sword and Genopets. Note that more than a dozen new partner games will be onboarded by the end of Season 1 in January.

Forge is backed by akers Fund, BITKRAFT Ventures, Animoca Brands, Riot Games, and Sony Innovation Fund. It was designed for players to aggregate their gaming life and achievements into one single profile.

Open to the public in Beta, users can sign up at forge.gg. Those that join and participate in the community can get the chance to receive a limited edition founders badge. This unlocks special features in both the Forge community and on the Forge service.

Players can also access a seasonal Season Pass that contains quests that allow them to earn XP to level up their Season Pass. This, in turn, unlocks game content and accessing rewards like cosmetics, item/character unlocks, virtual currency, and early beta access.

Forge also has a Discord community and Twitter/X page.

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