Accelerate your game development

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Turn your game idea into a successful business and make a living off your creations faster.

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The GM Frens Accelerator is a 3-month program that provides aspiring developers with the building blocks to create fun, profitable Web3 games. You'll receive training from startups and experts in the blockchain gaming world and have access to investors who can help fuel your vision.


You're an aspiring game developer who…

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Has built games in the past and has a concept or prototype for a new game

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Is already building a Web3 game and wants to get it to market faster


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Who is the accelerator program for?

Indie developers with a team of 2 or more people. The team should have experience developing games, have a game prototype and want to launch their game leveraging the benefits of Web3.

Can we apply after the deadline has passed?

You can apply at anytime. However, applications that come in after the deadline for the upcoming cohort will automatically be moved into consideration for the following cohort.

When is the application deadline for the next cohort?

The deadline for the pilot cohort is February 18, 2022. After the deadline has passed, we will review your applications and inform you if you qualified to join the program or not.

What kind of game concepts do you accept?

For applications into the pilot program, we are open to any genre of games as long as they are casual games. This may change for future cohorts.

How long is the program?

It is a 3-month-long program.

Is there funding available while in the program?

Yes. We offer up to $25,000 in funding in exchange for 4% of the equity, tokens, NFTs or a combination of these. We also offer a follow-on funding of up to $100,000 if required for continuing development and you'll also have access to our network of investors.

Do I have to pay to join the program?


What happens if I don't take funding while in the program?

To help us sustain the program, we would ask for a 1% stake of the equity, tokens, or NFTs and to be a part of the advisory board.

Why do we need the initial funds; why not raise from the public?

Having witnessed scams and a few projects who raised money and did not deliver, we believe projects need to show they are at a certain stage in development before they can raise from the public.

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