A Play-to-Earn (P2E) gaming product that connects players from many countries across the world, with attractive rewards, and it’s a reward mechanic that allows players to refer friends better than many other games. Above all, the activities contributing to the community of this game have been recognized
A gaming product launched during the pandemic
According to a United Nations Development Program (UNDP) report published on September 27, 2020, the Covid-19 pandemic is a health crisis whose consequences are enormous loss of human life. The Covid-19 pandemic is also the most serious economic challenge, even more than the global financial crisis of 2008-2009. Launched in this period, a P2E game has established itself as a financial solution to help players overcome difficulties. His name is Bemil.
As a combination of creative ideas between a team of Vietnamese developers and a Serbian publisher, Bemil emerged in the P2E games market with over 100,000 downloads on Google Play after just 5 months of launch. It is creating a fever in the community with extremely exceptional gameplay features such as: Spin to Attack, Prison Mode, World Boss, Clan War, Tower Defense,… He became very famous in the Philippines because people regard Bemil as a source of additional income to help them overcome difficulties. Many people even give up their old jobs to choose Bemil as their main source of income.
There are players who have shared with us: they come to Bemil when they are really confused in life, their work is blocked, which makes their life more difficult. Many people even fall into severe depression. Bemil lifted them up, gave them a job, helped them overcome difficulties and at the same time had fun. This is also the wish of the Bemil development team. They wanted to create a platform where players can both participate in classic mini-games and earn money while having fun.
Starting with Bemil, the Bemil team aims for deeper and broader charitable activities, usually the Behome project implemented in Manila, Philippines. Bemil is working with an NGO in the Philippines to be able to bring better charitable solutions to people in difficulty during the pandemic. It will be a warm-up, so that Bemil can expand his charitable activities to new cities and countries in the future.
With these contributions to the community, Bemil really strives to gain the trust of the community and work to resolve workforce issues. Thank you Bémili!
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