The Metaverse industry’s crème de la crème gathered in Monte Carlo for the highly anticipated Metaverse World Summit and Awards, better known as MEWS 2023. The event was a true showcase of the industry’s finest minds and groundbreaking innovations, with attendees from across the globe coming together to celebrate the best and brightest in the Metaverse world.
The MEWS Summit was the highlight of the event, with notable speakers such as Sebastien Borget, Co-Founder of The Sandbox, John Linden, CEO of Mythical Games, and Frederic Genta, Member of Monaco Government in charge of attractiveness and digital transformation taking center stage. Hrish Lotlikar, Co-Founder of SuperWorld App, Allen Bolden, CEO of IDX, Dr. Christina Yan Zhang, Founder of Metaverse Institute, Jon Morris, CEO of Nowhere Metaverse, Karen Jouve, CEO and Co-Founder Doors3, and many more also graced the stage with their insights and expertise
The Summit wasn’t just about the keynote speeches, as attendees also got to experience the latest trends and technologies in the Metaverse industry firsthand. Exhibits from world premieres such as Camille Louise Jewellery, Verse Estate, Treehugger, Eyes of Fashion NFT, WizzKid Billionaire, Dworld, Marthaverse, Equitier & Orbis Holographics wowed guests with their groundbreaking products.
One of the most unforgettable moments of the evening was the launch of the highly sought-after Patton watch in the Ocean of Nowhere, a revolutionary Metaverse platform. The watch, featuring a one-of-a-kind bubble filled with a special liquid, paid tribute to Prince Albert of Monaco and the Prince Albert II Foundation for their commitment to advancing oceanography research.
The MEWS Awards ceremony was the culmination of the event, with winners being recognized for their outstanding achievements in the Metaverse industry. The awards ceremony was a star-studded affair, with world-renowned talent presenting and receiving awards.
H.S.H Prince Albert II of Monaco presented the first award to John Linden for Mythical Games X NFL Rivals. The Community Award was presented to Adelina Mettera of World of Women, while the Pioneer Award was given to Thomas Chenu, Chairman of Equitier. Sam Altman was recognized with the Pioneer award for Chat GPT, and the Music award went to VNCCII and Samantha Tauber for outstanding progress in the music Metaverse.
The Better world Award went to Tate Dooley for Backyard Farming, the NFT collection Award to Daichi Mori, and the Storyworld Award to Zepeto x Bvlgari for one of Asia’s largest Metaverse projects. The Impact Award went to Made by Eden, and the Innovation Award was given to Magic Leap.
The MEWS Awards ceremony was an unforgettable celebration of innovation, creativity, and dedication in shaping the future of the Metaverse. The event was a huge success, bringing together some of the brightest minds in the industry to share their insights and expertise.
As the Metaverse industry continues to grow and evolve, events like the MEWS are essential for ensuring that innovators, entrepreneurs, and thought leaders are all working together to shape this exciting new world. The MEWS team is already looking forward to next year’s event and the new developments and advancements that will be discussed.
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