This might be a ways off (though I hope it is sooner rather than later) but crypto gaming can use twitch and other services to really push into the mainstream. I still stick by my theory that games like Fortnite and PUBG, though fun, really saw this kind of success because of how fun they are to watch. They are mini movies, live, where you cheer on the hero to end up as number 1. But unlike blockbusters you really don't know if the hero will win or even finish top 10. It has the sporting element of competition and excitement of a show and this lead to a major hit.
Not can crypto gaming learn from it? A battle royale game that gives tokens is the obvious answer. It would be more excitement as people would be getting rewarded to play. But any tournament for any game that starts to give out crypto can add viewers to a game. Take steem monsters for example. They can run real steem tournaments and stream them live. This would help to push the game and the prize would help them get an audience.
I think we need to be careful with gambling but having real cash prizes can lead to exciting live events that brings in the views. And the more people watch a game the more people will play it and the more crypto will enter the mainstream. Just something to think about for new crypto games that are coming, sites like Twitch are your friend and designing them to beg watchable can go a long way.