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Play to Earn Games Platform Meta Masters Guild Raises $700k - Only 9 Days Before Higher Presale Price

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Disclaimer: The Industry Talk section features insights by crypto industry players and is not a part of the editorial content of Cryptonews.com.Upcoming crypto gaming project Meta Masters Guild had another strong day of investment as more than $65k was raised in the last 24 hours.The MEMAG token presale now stands at around $735k at the time of writing, just over a week since it was launched and is our top pick for the next crypto to explode.Buyers are rushing in to secure tokens because the price will increase through seven presale stages - with the seventh and final stage costing 130% more than today's price.Furthermore, there are now just nine days remaining before the presale moves from stage 2 into stage 3, which will trigger a 30% increase from $0.010 to $0.013.Visit MEMAG Presale NowAs well as its high-potential crypto presale, Meta Masters Guild is also building the world's first dedicated Web3 mobile gaming platform.Although they lack the prestige of AAA-games, mobile games are cheaper and easier to develop, more attractive to casual gamers and much more profitable.A recent report by Newzoo revealed that in 2022 the mobile gaming market ($92 billion) was worth more than console ($52bn) and PC gaming ($38bn) combined and was set to grow to at least $103 billion by 2025.Having witnessed numerous crypto gaming projects bogged down attempting to develop vast and complicated games, MMG is taking the simple approach.The project is also emphasizing their games will have a 'focus on fun' over tokenization and earning mechanics and, to that end, have developed an in-game currency to relieve consistent selling pressure on MEMAG that has sunk other P2E tokens.Players will receive GEMS as rewards for their in-game

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