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The world of gaming has been evolving at an incredible rate over the past five to ten years with virtual reality and augmented reality playing a big role in the sector. As technology continues to evolve, the future of gaming looks exciting, breathtaking…and expensive. 

The result of that is a potential for businesses to make a serious amount of money, particularly if they can find a gap in the market. Today, we’re going to be looking at six gaming startups that have the potential to explode this year. 

This time in twelve months, we believe the following six startups will all be household names in the gaming community. 

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The best gaming startups: One to watch in 2024

Eneba

Eneba is a Lithuanian-based gaming startup that launched in 2018. Eneba provides gamers with a much-needed marketplace-type service where they can visit to buy or sell video games at ease. While this can be done in person at various store, the ease of buying/selling games all in one place online makes life so much easier for users. 

Eneba has around four million customers and is growing year on year thanks to its generous loyalty system which awards regular users with points to get them to keep coming back. This is a startup that has the potential to become the CEX of the online world. 

FreshCut

Gaming has been monetised by countless YouTubers over the past 20 years with the pass time of watching others play games now incredibly popular. However, like with all social media, attention spans are on the decline which means YouTube and/or Twitch may no longer be the best place to watch gamers play. 

FreshCut is effectively a TikTok for gamers, where streamers can clip up the best bits or highlights from a stream and post. If users like what they see, then they can then be re-directed to said gamer’s YouTube or Twitch channel. 

Mino Games

Mino Games is a mobile game studio that focuses on social play. The entire premise behind each and every game that Mino Games develops is that it can be enjoyed with friends, family and strangers across the world. You haven’t had to be in the same room as someone to enjoy a game with them for some time now, but Mino Games takes it to the extreme. 

A lot of their games have already achieved critical acclaim while the company has already achieved over 1m downloads across their entire catalogue. If they haven’t already, then Mino Games are expected to become the biggest mobile game studio around in 2024. 

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PowerZ

PowerZ is a gaming startup that looks to combine the popularity and fun factor of gaming with education. Power Z create games that empower young students (typically between the ages 6-12) to learn key skills at speed. 

Each video game created by Power Z focuses on a unique subject to ensure maximum focus from the user. They cover a wide breadth of subjects from Maths and Science to critical thinking skills. The concept is interesting and the ideas are always fresh so there is no reason why Power Z can’t become huge this year. 

Rec Room

Rec Room is a gaming startup that is taking full advantage of virtual reality and its potential to shape the future of gaming. Through Rec Room technology, users are able to create their own virtual reality spaces and games using tools that are very simple to learn and pick up. In many ways, Rec Room is VR’s answer to Minecraft.

Users are able to socialize with others using the platform to visit virtual clubs for a dance or to play virtual sports games such as tennis and basketball. Rec Room has cross-platform compatibility so regardless of whether you’re a PlayStation man or an Xbox man, you can get the most out of it.

Chaos Karts

If you haven’t seen Chaos Karts on social media then are you even really on social media? This London-based startup is basically the best current offering of real-life Mario kart. Chaos Karts lean heavily on augmented reality to basically make a standard go-kart experience seem like you’re in the middle of a Mario kart track – speed boosts and all!

Andy is a Professional Content Editor with expertise in a whole host of areas (or so he tells us anyway). His main interests are Startups, innovation and social media. He has reviewed over 100 startups so far for startup.info

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