DeepBrainChain Pioneering Venture with Wangyu Internet Cafe: A Triumph in Cloud E-Sports Hotels for the Future of DBC
Amidst an arduous journey, the Sichuan team’s relentless drive has catapulted the DBC Cloud Internet Cafe project into a new frontier. Despite prevailing market challenges, our persistence and dedication have steered us forward. We’ve persevered in expanding customer resources, crucial for implementing the DBC Cloud Internet Cafe business. Constantly refining and testing our DBC Cloud solutions has been our core focus.
Within our spectrum of potential partnerships, Wangyu Internet Cafe emerges as the closest to sealing a groundbreaking deal. Wangyu Internet Cafe, founded in 1998, holds the distinction of being the first qualified chain of Internet cafes. By June 2023, Wangyu Esports Center boasted nearly 1,000 contracted stores globally, serving over 30 million patrons annually across various countries, spanning Australia, Singapore, the United States, and Europe. Their strategic expansion in Chengdu targets 13 stores in 2023 and a projected 35 stores by 2024, boasting an impressive occupancy rate of 90% across 60 machines per store.
In our endeavor to collaborate with a benchmark Internet cafe domestically and secure the world’s first cloud e-sports hotel customer within the DBC ecosystem, rigorous testing and negotiations with Wangyu have been paramount. The implementation blueprint for a cloud Internet cafe necessitates meticulous software, hardware, and business refinement, with foundational elements now in place. The seamless cloud platform software, equipped with commercial-grade standards, coupled with identified IDC operation and maintenance hosting services and equipment manufacturers, sets the stage for imminent collaborations. With the imminent opening of two new stores housing 120 machines, successful cooperation holds the potential for a wider partnership with over 20 new stores in Chengdu and nationwide, fueled by Wangyu’s esteemed reputation and customer demand.
However, the quest for computing power has presented challenges, particularly in the bear market scenario. Achieving expected payback cycles for computing power suppliers solely on DBC’s on-chain rewards and rents remains unattainable in the current market environment. As the consensus drives toward the realization of DBC’s application, securing computing power becomes imperative. In a quest to incentivize miners for their pivotal role, discussions ensue on subsidization and encouraging card purchases, setting the stage for a transformative shift in the market.
The advent of the first global e-sports hotel cooperation marks a significant leap, particularly in the realm of large-scale e-sports hotel chains. The seamless process of Internet cafe users transacting in DBC or national legal currency, paving the way for the automatic destruction of 30% of DBC paid to miners by the cloud platform, heralds a new era in DBC’s prowess in cloud-based services.