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The metaverse on show in the Principality

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The event is aimed at industry professionals and is an opportunity to discuss the latest developments in the metaverse - © EdWrightImages

The Metaverse Entertainment World Summit (MEWS) & Awards enable attendees to learn more about the latest trends and technologies in the metaverse industry.

From 3 to 5 May, One Monte-Carlo hosted the Metaverse Entertainment World Summit & Awards: a series of conferences, under the High Patronage of the Sovereign, devoted to the metaverse and its industry.


Frédéric Genta, Interministerial Delegate for Attractiveness and Digital Transition, Sébastien Borget, co-founder of the video game ‘The Sandbox’, John Linden, CEO of Mythical Games, Hrish Lotlikar, co-founder of the SuperWorld application, Allen Bolden, CEO of IDX, Dr Christina Yan Zhang, who founded the Metaverse Institute, Jon Morris, CEO of Nowhere Metaverse and Karen Jouve, CEO and co-founder of Doors3 and more were present.

The three day event was also an opportunity to reveal a number of new products for the very first time. Like the highly coveted “Patton Watch”, a watch that was unveiled via the “Ocean of Nowhere” metaverse platform, a tribute to Prince Albert II and his Foundation and its commitment to the oceans.

The MEWS Awards also made it possible to learn more about the latest trends and technologies in the metaverse industry. And participants were able to swap ideas, including at a cocktail party organised at the Hôtel Hermitage.

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The three days ended with the awards ceremony: the MEWS Awards recognise people for their feats in this field. Prince Albert II presented the first prize to John Linden for his work with Mythical Games.

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