Mati Greenspan will serve as an advisor on Ninja Syndicate’s upcoming Web3 project Supremacy, a series of metaverse play-to-earn (P2E) games. Greenspan, the founder and CEO of Quantum Economics, is regarded as one of the world’s foremost cryptocurrency analysts. The partnership shows that the Australian game studio is confident in its ability to make a big splash in the metaverse.

Greenspan was named one of the Top 100 Notable People in Blockchain by Cointelegraph in 2021. He is well-known around the world for his expertise in financial markets and for sharing that knowledge with others in order to help them make better investment decisions.

The partnership, according to Ninja Syndicate CEO Alex Dunmow, strengthens the company’s focus on using technology to improve people’s lives.

Ninja Syndicate is launching Battle Arena, the first game in its metaverse, on February 22nd, in addition to attracting the attention of international cryptocurrency experts. On the same day, the Supremacy utility token presale opens to the general public. The offer is only available to Battle Arena players who complete their secret trial, which promises to be a rewarding adventure.

Supremacy’s in-game currency is SUPS. SUPS are used by players in Battle Arena to complete in-game activities and challenges such as providing drone strikes, ammunition, shields, and health to their War Machine.

The ability to buy, sell, and trade items in order to create War Machines to send to the arena is also being developed. Battle Arena is a Twitch live streamed W2E, P2E online spectator game with cooperative play elements.

The SUPS utility token will go on sale to the general public on February 22, 2022.

Ninja Syndicate is an up-and-coming Australian game studio. It was founded by Alex Dunmow and John Nguyen, who put together a world-class team of game designers, Web3 enthusiasts, and software engineers to bring the Supremacy concept to life.

The Ninja team spent years designing, building, and deploying highly technical platforms for business, including data management, business analytics, and user-experience software, before dreaming up and delivering the future of the metaverse.