At Lucid Sight, our goal is to develop innovative games and apps using emerging technologies. We’ve utilized the blockchain, Augmented Reality, and Virtual Reality in tandem with our game development, and we’ve also created monetization and marketing platforms for some of the most innovative brands in tech, entertainment, and consumer packaged goods.

Lucid Sight has released 10 first-party games and apps, and we’re currently focused on blockchain-based games and applications. You can see some of what we've done below or check out our games section for a taste of our work in VR.


Lucid Sight was formed in 2015 by Randy Saaf, Octavio Herrera, and Fazri Zubair. Randy and Octavio had early success in the mobile gaming industry as co-founders of Jirbo, an Apple App Store launch partner that secured 14 of the first 100 free games on the platform. Jirbo eventually transformed into AdColony, which sold to Opera Media Works for $350 million. Randy and Octavio then teamed up with our CTO and Studio Head, Fazri Zubair. Fazri's knowledge of the gaming space and his experience running a dev studio made him an easy choice to lead our development team, and we haven't looked back. 


Randy, Octavio, and Fazri built the rest of Lucid Sight from the ground up with game industry veterans hailing from EA, Crystal Dynamics, and DreamWorks, and with experience in all aspects of game development spanning console, mobile, PC, and web. From the very beginning, the Lucid Sight vision has focused on exploring emerging technologies, whether it be mobile apps, AR, VR, and most recently, blockchain gaming.





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Publisher Lucid Sight announced that it's raised $2.6 million in a funding round.

The company said that the investment will go towards launching multiplayer game engine Colyseus Arena as a cloud-hosted service.

The funding round was led by Galaxy Interactive with participation from other investors such as VamosVentures, Goal Venture Partners, Gaingels, and existing investors.

Lucid Sight, the independent game studio behind MLB Champions, CSC with Star Trek, Herocade, Polyrunner, and several other games spanning VR, AR, and NFTs, is announcing that it has raised $2.58 million to launch a cloud-hosted multiplayer service called Colyseus Arena.

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Lucid Sight has raised $2.58 million to launch its cloud-hosting multiplayer gaming service called Colyseus Arena.


The Los Angeles-based company recently acquired Colyseus, the popular open-source Node.js multiplayer framework. The Colyseus open-source framework has had over 300,000 downloads since it was created six years ago and averages 10,000 downloads per month.

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Lucid Sight co-founder Octavio Herrera said the round reinforces the company’s decision to integrate blockchain technology with gaming to create authentic digital scarcity. To that end, the round included investments from The Galaxy EOS VC Fund and Digital Currency Group, along with existing shareholders Major League Baseball and AppOnboard Founder, Jonathan Zweig, among others.

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The idea of shifting the games to traditional platforms is to remove the friction of existing blockchain-based gaming by continuing to improve functionality and bringing these games to mobile, PC, and console platforms.

LA blockchain game developer Lucid Sight has announced it’s closed a $6 million investment round. The money will be used to operate and scale its MLB Champions game, which launched its 2019 edition this week, and the forthcoming MMOG Crypto Space Commander (CSC). In addition, Lucid Sight will launch Scarcity Engine, a toolset that bridges the gap between traditional and blockchain games, later in the year

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Lucid Sight, a company known for blockchain-based gaming, announced some big news today. The company is investing millions into improving functionality and bringing games to traditional gaming platforms, such as consoles, PC, and mobile. 

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Lucid Sight will continue to add to the Colyseus open-source library of features in conjunction with the open-source community. Fazri Zubair, chief technology officer at Lucid Sight, said in a statement that the engine has been downloaded by more than 250,000 developers and studios. They use it to create multiplayer game servers. Its main feature is that you can deploy it without the need for a network engineer.


Lucid Sight, the developer behind MLB Champions and Crypto Space Commander, has acquired Colyseus, taking over the brand and open-source engine.

Colyseus is an open-source multiplayer game engine, currently utilized by games like Raft Wars, Tosios, Party Toons, and more, including some of Lucid Sight's own games.

Lucid Sight will be launching a cloud service to further support developers who are using Colyseus, and the service's creator Endel Dreyer will be joining the Lucid Sight team.


Independent games studio Lucid Sight has snapped up multiplayer game engine Colyseus.The company will take control of the Colyseus brand, social media, support channels and GitHub.

Moreover, Lucid will launch a cloud-hosted service designed to offer further support to developers that use Colyseus.

This award was a tough one to judge because there were so many great candidates. But, we came to a decision, and there were a few that stood out, and 1 in particular stood above them all. 

Major League Baseball (MLB) has taken a step into the blockchain and crypto world by launching its own Ethereum-based game, “MLB Crypto,” in partnership with blockchain dApp developer Lucid Sight

We live in exciting times to be a crypto fan and user, and this is especially true if you are a gamer and a fan of baseball as news is breaking of an MLB crypto baseball game being launched on blockchain. 

Baseball collectibles like cards and bobbleheads are being revamped for the 21st century — on the blockchain. Major League Baseball has announced that it is launching a crypto-based game that runs on the ethereum blockchain later this summer.

Lucid Sight is the rare ad software-maker that actually has its own apps. In start-up parlance, Lucid Sight can engage in dogfooding — making use of its own technology — and Herrera says that should make their offering appealing to rivals.

Even with an opt-out after 10 seconds, the company told me that over 20% of users chose to watch the entirety of a 4-minute sponsored ad based around the Lions Gate film The Divergent Series: Allegiant within their game PolyRunner VR.

The trading output was sold for 83.1 ETH (almost $60,000), which Lucid Sight reckons is the highest price paid for a blockchain game item other than the prices paid within CryptoKitties during the late 2017 cryptocurrency bull market.

Major League Baseball digital collectibles are coming to the Ethereum blockchain. Lucid Sight, a blockchain gaming company, is launching MLB Crypto Baseball, through a licensing deal with MLB.

We talked a long time ago about bitcoin and whether we should accept it as payment for and some of our other products, and we opted not to...We’re in the business of delivering baseball to fans. So this game is a more interesting intersection of blockchain technology and what we do.