What do all three of these niche gaming trends have in common? They aren’t a quick fix. These trends are built off of days, weeks, months, or years of deliberate (and often slow) progress to a goal that only the individual can decide matters. They are the anti-quick fix.
As of yesterday my firm has been around for half a decade. For those of you that don’t know, Open World was a dream of mine when I got approved in 2018. I grew the firm slowly, meaningfully, and have found that I love the people that I work for. So thank you if you are among them!
ESOPs are often powerful tools that can be used to maximize your earnings from a company. However, it’s important to understand funding methods, discounts, restrictions, and taxes as they pertain to your individual ESOP.
It’s happening again, In Real Life. Or, more appropriately, it happened. The in-game economy (or at least investments within it) has crashed, causing uncertainty and fear amongst the player base. “I’m a mid-level player now, but how do I know the market will recover before I want to stop farming gold?” Is the outcry of the average millennial player who is filled with fear of the unknown. “I can’t dungeon dive forever!”
Find my gaming-inspired blog posts difficult to read? You can find a helpful breakdown of terms used in this blog post on housing in this term glossary. I explain there what terms like Players and Real Life mean to me, as well as other terms. Hint: I like to nerd out and get inspired by […]
Patch Notes 3.1 The most recent Quarter of changes at Open World. In this edition of Patch Notes we’re bringing you our quarterly update on all things happening at Open World. As the year winds down, some of the changes we worked on are wrapping up and there’s still some stuff to be worked on […]