RFOX Media Introduces Play-to-Eat Gaming Model in Myanmar with
New Mobile Game RFOX Run
RFOX Media, a subsidiary of Southeast Asia based RedFOX Labs, has launched
RFOX Run, a new jump-and-run casual game in Myanmar, powered by prolific
tournament game platform Goama.
Manila, Philippines, September 22, 2021 -- RFOX Media, a subsidiary of Southeast Asia
based RedFOX Labs, has launched RFOX Run, a new jump-and-run casual game in
Myanmar, powered by prolific tournament game platform Goama. RFOX Run introduces a
new gaming rewards model called Play-to-Eat, an innovation of the increasingly popular
Play-to-Earn model, where players that are identified as winners and have signed up for
an RFOX ID can redeem food vouchers from foodpanda, the leading food delivery service
At RedFOX Labs, we believe that blockchain companies have a responsibility to explore
humanitarian approaches to the innovations they produce. Through our Play-to-Eat model,
we believe that RFOX Run users will gain the dual benefits of food rewards and blockchain
education, providing them with both immediate- and long-term solutions.
The top RFOX Run players can claim their prizes through the RFOX Media website by
registering for an RFOX ID. Winners will receive foodpanda vouchers redeemable with a
unique voucher ID, and get their choice of food delivered to their doorstep. To kickstart the
campaign, RFOX Media has allocated $22,000 worth of vouchers as rewards.
The global play-to-earn market, mainly driven by blockchain-based companies, has
experienced exponential growth this year, with a total market capitalization of $9.21 billion
and average year-to-date growth rates of 1,604.12%, according to analysis from
CoinMarketCap data on 36 identified play-to-earn companies. From a larger perspective,
the video game industry is currently valued at around $170 billion and is expected to grow
to $268 billion after five years, according to CoinTelegraph.
In this context, RFOX Media can become a crucial participant in the high-growth