This is one of the most anticipated local games in Indonesia. Garuda Eleven Metaleague, a Web 3.0-based football game adapted from the Garuda Eleven webcomic, will soon begin its launch. Since its development, this game has attracted enthusiasm among gamers in the country even though it is only in the beta development stage. The developer of Garuda Eleven Metaleague, RGMS, said that as many as 50 thousand people have already signed up for the game, and they are still growing.
At the end of February, the public will be able to play the beta version at a soft launching event at Garuda Eleven Metaleague.”The game will continue to be polished and adjusted based on feedback from gamers and the player community to then be released in the full version,” said Ghina Jauhari, head of marketing at RGMS in Jakarta.
According to her, the Indonesian gaming industry is currently in an exciting period of revival, and games like Garuda Eleven Metaleague have shown that Indonesian game developers can make good games in the world.
Garuda Eleven Metaleague’s Ambition to Lead the Web 3.0 Market
As mentioned above, Garuda Eleven Metaleague is a Web 3.0-based game adapted from the LINE Webtoon web comic. “Garuda Eleven” comic has gained popularity since 2022, which tells the story of the struggle of students from a Football School (SSB) called Praja Garuda Kencana who are trying to realize their dreams of a career as professional athletes.
They have to face the initial challenge of the SSB almost being closed down due to abandonment by its sponsors. Riga and his friends from SSB Praja Garuda Kencana must also continue to struggle after a disaster befalls their training ground. With the persistence of their coach, Coach Galang, they recruited other teenagers to join them to pursue their dream of becoming professional soccer players.
The web comic eventually attracted a lot of fans, which in addition to being developed in the form of a game, will reportedly also be adapted into a feature film. RGMS is very ambitious to introduce Web 3.0 games to Indonesian gamers so that Garuda Eleven Metaleague can become a game that leads the Web 3.0 market considering this type of game is growing in Indonesia.
RGMS is determined for Garuda Eleven Metaleague to become a local game that is popular and played by Indonesians and has the potential to penetrate the growing esports industry in Indonesia. Therefore, they are working with a number of partners. In addition to Inilah.com, it also collaborates with IFeL which is the organizer of e-Football community events and FIFA games in Indonesia.
Therefore, RGMS also collaborates with GASPACK, a start-up that studies Web 3.0, and the Department of Mathematics of Gadjah Mada University (UGM) as a research institution that helps people learn more about Web 3.0.en web comic – which has the potential to produce the nation’s best pro-gamer soccer players.
Therefore, RGMS also collaborates with GASPACK, a start-up that studies Web 3.0, and the Department of Mathematics of Gadjah Mada University (UGM) as a research institution that helps people learn more about Web 3.0. In addition, they also collaborated with TRINVI, a launchpad in the field of broadcasting created by Transvision which plays a role in creating a Web 3.0 ecosystem among content creators and product owners.
Transvision is also the official media partner of RGMS which focuses on introducing Garuda Eleven Metaleague to a certain segment of society, especially television viewers. “We also collaborate with TRINVI, a launchpad in the field of broadcasting created by Transvision. By involving all Official Partners from various sectors, RGMS hopes to build the right ecosystem for the development of the Garuda Eleven Metaleague game and soon achieve all its ambitions,” Ghina concluded.