Doge Dash has appointed Snoop Dogg’s son Cordell Broadus as the play-2-earn (P2E) gaming app’s creative director. Broadus will oversee the platform’s brand and artistic framework.
The former UCLA football athlete has emerged as an avid and influential leader in the P2E industry. Broadus is also regarded as the inspiration behind Snoop Dogg’s love and growing passion for NFTs and cryptocurrency. The multi-talented Broadus holds one Bored Ape and two Mutant Apes. He has also released a series of sold-out NFT projects. Moreover, he is engaged with various companies in sports, fashion and entertainment to big tech as a consultant.
Doge Dash, founded by acclaimed producer and director Paul Caslin, gets its inspiration from Super Mario. Users of the platform just have to collect coins, which are easily directed to their crypto wallets. Doge Dash has 10 levels, with each level costing 100 DOGEDASH. When the players complete all the 10 levels, they will be airdropped 10,000 DOGEDASH to their wallet. The players can trade these coins immediately.
Caslin describes Broadus as ‘pure talent’. I know talent when I see it, he says. And Broadus, being young and dynamic, fits in all the boxes. The Grammy-nominated director believes Broadus will help shape the future of NFTs and crypto gaming culture.
The duo wants to revolutionize and diversify the crypto market for its young supporters. Caslin and Broadus will introduce cryptocurrency, create an education ecosystem and help build wealth for families. Broadus, with support through NFTs, gaming projects, TV shows and merchandise, will establish Doge Dash as a brand and household name.
Caslin believes Doge Dash will evolve gaming and transform lives through the play-2-earn platform