• May 28, 2024

It’s easy to see why play-to-earn mobile games are becoming increasingly popular around the world. Who wouldn’t want to earn while doing something they enjoy, right?

Well, if you’re looking for a way to test your skills at competitive gaming and earn money at the same time, you can now enjoy play-to-earn games on GLife in your GCash app. 

GCash has partnered with gaming platforms Goama Games and mgames to offer exciting play-to-earn games for anyone looking for ways to enjoy their free time at home or take their gaming hobby to the next level.

Earning extra cash becomes easier through GLife’s gaming platforms. Users can enter tournaments and compete for as little as P5, and in some cases, for free.

How to access play-to-earn games on GCash

  • Open your GCash app.
  • Tap the GLife icon.
  • Under the “Browse By Category” section, select “Gaming” to find Goama Games and mgames.
  • Now you can select any game you want to play.

Puzzle, match, strategy, arcade, shooter, and sports games are all available in the mgames mini app. Daily quests can be completed to earn energy, tickets, and tokens, allowing you to play more and win more.

Bubblewoods, Furious Speed, MWords, Diamond Rush, and Space Crash are just a few of the thrilling games you can play every day for a chance to win rewards.

Meanwhile, you can choose from different categories on the Goama games mini app such as action, adventure, arcade, puzzles, sports and strategy.

Some of these Goama games include Stickman Pong, Street Basketball,  Stick Monkey, Cut the Fruit, and Panda Sling, which you can play to compete with other players, increasing your score, and earning more prizes.  

Earn rewards when you top the leaderboard this month

This June, players can look forward to playing and earning with Goama Games tournaments.

  • Stickman Pong: prize pool of P50,000 | June 10 to 16
  • 2048: prize pool of P100,000 | June 24 to 30

Aside from these featured tournaments, you can join over 35 other popular tournaments with prize pools ranging from P2,000 to P100,000 with entry fees starting from P10.

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