The person won over $50 in 10 minutes in the simplest Blockchain game. The player, presumably a Filipino, registered in the crypto game Rock Paper Scissors under the nickname ManilaCity, won and withdraw $50 from the platform.

In the Philippines, the average salary ranges from $98 to $290 per month, so the gain can be considered significant. On the BlaBlaGame.io platform with real people, the player with the nickname ManilaCity played Rock Paper Scissors 5 times, choosing the games with the highest bet of $10 and winning them all. At the same time, the player had the same amount of funds on their balance sheet for games with other users.

BlaBlaGame.io is a new, very simple Blockchain cryptocurrency game with real people. Players create games and play them with each other, choosing rock, paper, or scissors. Winnings per game go to the winner minus a small platform fee. You can play for BTC, USDT, and the internal game token BLA (the most profitable choice). Also, in the game, you can earn on the referral program and by investing in purchasing a BLA token at an early stage.

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In the Philippines and Latin America, Blockchain games have become more like work rather than a game due to the low-income levels. The daily earnings of players in popular crypto games are approaching the Philippine living wage, so it is not surprising that people perceive them not as a game but as work.



The number of crypto games is growing every day despite the cryptocurrency market’s fall. As of May 2022, there are over 400 active Blockchain games with at least one active wallet, and their number has increased by 95% compared to last year.

More than 35% of players would not work if they had the opportunity to play Blockchain games full-time and earn at least $42 a day, so the Filipino player winning %50 in 20 minutes on BlaBlaGame.io meets the “living wage” threshold.

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By the way, the most gambling countries globally are Australia, Singapore, Ireland, Canada, Finland, Italy, Hong Kong, Norway, Greece, and Spain. Residents of these countries spend up to $1200 annually on bets, casinos, and various gambling.

The professional ratings are drastically different. China is the leader in professional esports, South Korea is in second place, and the United States is in third.