Top 5 Blockchains for Gaming

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Not all blockchains are created for the same purpose. Some are better-suited for NFT trading, others for e-commerce, and others are designed with gaming in mind. We’ve put together a list of the top 5 blockchains for gaming to give you a head start in your search for the best games out there. 

DappRadar’s Games rankings is undoubtedly the best place on the market to find the best blockchain games. No one else presents such a broad range of titles, from so many different blockchains, for our users to discover at the click of a button.

For anyone who wants to start earning money for playing, there really is no better place to start looking than DappRadar.


Three of the biggest games on the play-to-earn market are built on the WAX blockchain. Alien Worlds, Splinterlands and Farmers World have all chosen the platform as their preferred host. The Proof-of-Stake network launched in 2019, originally designed to handle e-commerce transactions. 

WAX stands for Worldwide Asset eXchange and it offers free transactions. For anyone trading NFTs, WAX takes a 2% cut. On of this, WAX claims to have ‘solved the environmental issues presented by NFTs minted on Ethereum. The blockchain has been completely carbon neutral since inception.

The platform has over 500,000 daily unique visitors and processes more than 23 million transactions every day. More than 13 million WAX accounts have been created and the network currently hosts in excess of 30,000 dapps.

The blockchain also has its own WAX Game Studio, which launched in 2021 and delivered its first game, Blockchain Brawlers, in March 2022. The studio will soon launch its second title, Music Mogul, later this year. The blockchain’s native token is WAXP.

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For a long time, Flow’s success was due almost entirely to its basketball card-collecting mega-hit  NBA Top Shot. In recent months though, some games built on Flow have started to climb DappRadar’s Games rankings and now have a settled position near the top.

Solitaire Blitz and Trickshot Blitz are two simple play-to-earn games from development studio Joyride. Both are easy to understand and play. And users shouldn’t expect to make lots of money by playing them. But they’re both fun, casual games that have a small amount of earning potential on the side.

The FLOW token is well off its all-time high of $42.40, which it achieved during April 2021. It got to this peak around the time that NBA Top Shot was at its most popular. As more games are added to Flow’s roster, we could see the price of the blockchain cryptocurrency begin to creep back up.

BNB Chain

BNB Chain is the blockchain of Binance. It’s EVM compatible which makes it perfect for bridging to other blockchains. Binance and its BNB token is more well-known as a centralized exchange and one of the main backbones of DeFi and cryptocurrency trading. But it’s become the platform of choice for plenty of play-to-earn game developers.

Some of the biggest games on BNB Chain are Era7: Game of Truth, MOBOX, Tiny World, SecondLive and X World Games. But the network also bridges to Alien Worlds (WAX), CPL (Polygon) and Tap Fantasy (Solana).

Users can enjoy average transaction fees between $0.2 and $0.3. DappRadar’s article about games on BNB Chain offers a more in-depth look at some of the platforms that fans are currently enjoying.


Polygon is a Layer2 sidechain that acts as a scaling platform for Ethereum. The idea is to give users all the benefits of Ethereum without any of the drawbacks, such as high gas fees and lengthy confirmation finality. 

Some of the biggest play-to-earn games in the world are built on Polygon. Sunflower Land, Arc8 and Pegaxy are all hosted on the network. Alongside these names, more than 37,000 other dapps chose Polygon to help them scale to a wider audience. 

Its native token is MATIC, of which there are roughly 4 billion staked on the network. Users have made more than 1.8 billion transactions across Polygon and they save an average of $140 million in gas fees every day.


Ronin is known for not hosting many dapps on its blockchain, having only two. But both of them are heavy hitters, in terms of user numbers and the amount of money that passes through their smart contracts on a daily basis. Sky Mavis developed and manages the Ronin network.

Ronin was introduced as a replacement blockchain for its popular play-to-earn game Axie Infinity. The game was built on Ethereum but migrated to the Ronin network after it launched on February 1st, 2021. 

Initially, transaction fees were set to zero for the Axie Infinity marketplace. But in April 2022, Sky Mavis began introducing small costs. It’s not a flat rate and the Ronin network released a statement showing the different prices.

The RON token reached its current all-time high on January 27th, 2022. Since then, it’s followed a downward trend as the Ronin network suffered a string of issues and a record-breaking $600 million exploit.

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