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Conversely, the benefits of PTE games is that they may allow players to build an online community and socialise without face-to-face interaction (King et al., 2020). This was found to be particularly important amidst the global pandemic, with engagement in PTE games identified as a coping strategy during extended lockdowns (De Jesus et al., 2022). In addition to the social benefits, PTE games, by design, present an opportunity for financial gains. Individuals residing in third-world countries appear to benefit most from the PTE structure, with the potential to attract incomes far greater than the national average wage (De Jesus et al., 2022).

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Despite the early insights, relatively little is known about these newly emerging games, the major issues that should be considered, and whether they are a topic in need of greater regulatory scrutiny and research interest. Accordingly, the aim of the present study was to examine player perceptions of PTE gaming using AI as a particular focus. The following research questions were examined: (a) What are the risks and benefits associated with engaging in PTE games? (b) What attitudes do people have towards PTE gaming and what are their experiences? (c) In what ways does PTE differ from traditional online gaming? These insights may provide a starting point for more detailed quantitative studies of PTE gaming and provide some early guidance concerning potential consumer protection and regulation of this emerging class of activities.

The good thing about crypto world (or just internet, since freelancing online is a thing since forever) is that you are not screwed by your geographical location -- or less screwed, cuz taxes and etc from your online earning is still a thing. But at least you are provided with more opportunities to get something than having to rely on solely real life job.

This exploratory qualitative study aimed to investigate the experiences of PTE gamers by profiling the risks and benefits of AI. The results indicated five principal insights. First, it appears that player attitudes towards the game are mixed. Although some players expressed enjoyment in playing the game and, in particular, opportunities for social interactions, the majority reported not enjoying the game. In other words, the level of intrinsic motivation to play appears to be low. Second, and related to the first point, it appears that much of the gameplay (true the name PTE) is extrinsically motivated, despite the fact that 44% of participants in online surveys report not obtaining income from gameplay. Third, although scholarship programs presented an opportunity for income, the data suggests that they are unlikely to be a viable long-term replacement for conventional employment. In particular, although players from third-world countries were identified as being the most likely to benefit from scholarships, they also were the most vulnerable to being taken advantage of by these schemes. A fourth issue was that negative mental health outcomes appear to be common, with many players frequently reporting feelings of anxiety, stress, and depression along with various novel behaviours such as likening gameplay to employment. A final insight was that many players exhibited in-depth market knowledge of the game and its financial dynamics. This indicated that they were aware of the ways in which the game could be unfair or disadvantageous. In other words, players appeared to show some degree of consumer awareness and were able to identify the potential risks and benefits associated with gameplay.

Despite the current popularity of AI (Aguila et al., 2022), the results show that players frequently reported a dislike for gameplay and that they were largely playing for extrinsic rewards. This observation suggests that the introduction of PTE may lead to differences in the nature of gaming interactions, namely, financial returns rather than enjoyment. This may pose some potential risks, in that previous gaming research has identified intrinsic motivations like enjoyment, as a protective factor against negative mental health outcomes (Peracchia et al., 2019). Consequently, players who lack any genuine game enjoyment may not obtain the usual benefits of gaming (e.g. relaxation and enjoyment). Instead, their gaming experiences may be increasingly dictated by their performances and outcomes. These observations are consistent with issues raised in previous research and commentaries (Macey & Bujic, 2022; Tregel et al., 2020).

The fact that AI gamers exhibited high levels of market knowledge or awareness of the risks is important, but it is not clear whether this information was available to them when they first commenced playing. For this reason, an important consumer protection measure would be to provide new players with greater access to materials relating to (a) the expected returns associated with AI playing, (b) the benefits and costs of the scholarship program, (c) insights into the barriers to entry (only early adopters would have been able to buy the Axies or NFT animals at a cheaper price), and (d) the potential risks associated with excessive playing.

New models of gaming based on blockchain have the potential to benefit players by providing a financial return and more definitive ownership over their assets. It may also create opportunities for income earning in situations where no other employment is available. However, PTE gaming must also be monitored carefully to avoid the prospect of labour exploitation and harmful consequences for vulnerable players, who may be tempted to spend time grinding out rewards rather than playing for enjoyment. Profitable and ethical business models for PTE games will need to provide greater accessibility to gaming opportunities for all players, balance the play and earn elements, and be mindful of how game structures might lead to excessive gaming or the unethical use of the gaming platforms to exploit vulnerable populations.

Play-to-earn (P2E) gaming is a newly emerging form of gaming increasingly based on blockchain technology. In this paper, we examine the mechanics and business model of these games and their potential benefits and risks for players.

This paper highlights the need for greater consumer awareness of the mechanics and risks of these new gaming models. It will be important for business models to be more transparent and designed so as to encourage more equitable game outcomes, sustainable returns, a balance between intrinsic and extrinsic rewards, and protection for potentially vulnerable players.

According to Davidovici-Nora (2013) and Hamari and Lehdonvirta (2010), new F2P business models involving in-game micro-transactions emerged within the Asian region as a result of problems with real money transactions, the use of bots and cheating software, piracy and other criminal activities in the late 1990s and 2000s. In essence, when some massive multiplayer online (MMO) games became popular, the only way to trade in-game assets was on third party sites. Concerns arose when this created disparities between different players (traders and non-traders of assets), copyright violations, and the involvement of unscrupulous operators. The internalization of in-game assets, in-game currencies (i.e., a more internalized market-place) gave platforms more control over their own copyright and the gaming ecosystem. F2P, as Davidovici-Nora points out, also afforded many marketing advantages and game flexibility including: the ability to attract new players who could try the game for free and new sources of value for longer-term players. This new model appears to have been commercially successful with the global online microtransaction market estimated to have attracted about $59 billion in 2021 and is projected to reach $67 billion in 2022 (The Business Research Company, 2022).

The value proposition or benefit for players is that, if they own these NFTs, and engage in the game then they can receive many potential benefits. These can include: the capacity to earn in-game currency which can be converted into fiat currency; the ability to earn additional NFTs; possible capital gains on the original NFTs; enjoyment and challenges from playing; and, the kudos of winning competitions or advancing on leader-boards. Other potential benefits, if the game is integrated into decentralised finance protocols (DEFI) is the ability to stake the token rewards for additional tokens for larger financial gains.

The P2E model has the potential to yield a number of benefits to both consumers as well as the industry. For consumers, the use of blockchain technology provides an opportunity for gamers to gain greater ownership over their digital assets (currency and NFTs); provides a potential source of revenue; will link more skillful play with valued game outcomes; and, boost the price of crypto-currencies associated with the games (both the in-game currencies as well as that of the Layer 1 on which the game is based). Revenue from the NFT sales can also be more easily directed back to artistic creators and avoid some of the issues of copyright violation and piracy observed before FTP games were introduced (Davidovici-Nora, 2013). From an industry perspective, P2E has the potential to increase the price of crypto-currencies and boost technological development; allow greater control over the game assets (the NFTs) through official and authorized trading platforms (i.e., to avoid the problems of early RMT on third party sites); and, build ecosystems which enable the best players to benefit from longer-term investments in the game. However, it is important to be mindful of the potential risks associated with P2E and the challenges that will need to be addressed. There are a number of these and so we have set these out in several sections. 041b061a72


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