We are the world’s first gaming platform built using meta-blockchain technology such as ETH, EOS, etc. We are building a next-generation gaming platform with a vision for a truly decentralized service focusing on three points: decentralized Identity, decentralized Ledger and decentralized CDN.
We are developing a distributed version that combines the systems of the centralized and decentralized platforms for initial stable operations, but once P2P Seeder (Nodes) are secured, it will be changed to a fully decentralized dapp.
Game Dapp using Meta-Blockchain
No problems such as duplicate rare in-game items and unfair chances of winning items. PlayDapp provides PVP modules and SDK functions for developers to prepare games to play on the PlayDapp MINI. Currently supports HTML5, WebGL, WebAssembly-based games.
PlayDapp MINI uses WebRTC(P2P) to and from P2P NET, and is provided as a Google Chrome Extension
PlayDapp MINIs are used as a node in a blockchain platform. The first browser-based blockchain platform implemented in HTML5.
Initially, ETH and EOS-based games developed by SuperTree will be published. Mid-term, SuperTree will enable the PlayDapp SDK to expand on mobile platforms. In the final step, SuperTree will apply the DEX API to the service open the platform to the entire cryptocurrency ecosystem.
The people behind our success
Sungwone has worked in the Korean gaming industry for 20 years. He is an expert server programmer, but is also one of the few all-around entrepreneurs in the gaming industry versed in company management, business planning, and strategy. Having started his career at Naver and Hangame, he has demonstrated his talents in large companies both at home and abroad, including CJ E&M, Wemade, and Longtu Korea. In particular, as an individual accolade, he received the Business Innovation Award at the Korea Game Awards in 2016. Sungwone holds a master's degree in Computer Science from Yonsei University and currently he is a CEO at Supertree and an advisor at Korea Mobile Game Association (KMGA).
Kiyong has been worked in the Korean game industry for about 11 years. Having started his career in Joymax, globally well known for GSP, he had worked for Wemade and Longtu Korea. He has gained a varied career including operations, project managing, business planning&strategy and investment in gaming industry. Currently, he is a CFO at Supertree, a professional service platform developing company based on blockchain.
Soonyeol has been working in the Korean game industry for about 11 years. He's a full-stack development expert, adept at web, dealing with everything from front-end to back-end. He has developed and released various genres of games such as Casual, Puzzle, and Web-Board. He worked for CJ E&M, Netmarble, and led development teams. At supertree, he is responsible for developing block chains and DAPPs, especially blockchain-games.
Wonrim works for SuperTree as a patent strategy expert. He previously worked at the Renault Samsung Motors Research Institute as a powertrain development engineer after graduating from Seoul National University. As a patent attorney, he worked for Lee International IP & Law Firm, Y.P.LEE, Mock & Partners, Intellectual Discovery and INVENTGO IP & Law Firm. He has been supporting tech-based startups in diverse technology fields. He is an expert in patent monetization and patent portfolio strategy.
Peter Sung is a venture capital investor who has extensive experience in working with both US and South Korean companies. In South Korea, Peter worked for Ilshin Investment where he analyzed on deals for a green tech VC fund. In New York, Peter worked for Digital Entertainment Ventures where he launched and led a New York/Seoul cross-border startup accelerator program called DEV Korea Discovery. Most recently, he headed alternative investments at a family office based in New York and Geneva. Peter holds a bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from MIT where he serves as an Educational Council member and is a Venture Partner at Digital Entertainment Ventures (www.devny.vc).
Mark Lee has 11 years’ experience in business strategy development as a serial entrepreneur, private investor, author and columnist of The Herald and Kyunghyang News. After starting his career at Korea Telecom in business strategy and content investment, he has led many successful marketing campaigns and generation strategies for Gamevil, Longtu Korea, and various companies. As a co-founder of 3 start-up companies in Korea, he has been an executive charged with helping formulate, facilitate and communicate an organization's plans for the future including 2 successful M&A deals. Currently, he is a CMO at Supertree.