There is also great potential for external applications to be added to games. One key example of this is the adoption of Random Number Generators (RNGs). One such number generator, the API3 Quantum Random Number Generator, uses quantum mechanics to monitor particles that appear in a vacuum. Numbers are associated with these particles and fed into the generator, which is broadcast globally. The result is the world’s first genuinely random number generator that is not dependent on any mathematical equation and can be monitored and potentially deciphered. Such randomness is beneficial to game developers who need to create engaging games that attract loyal players. Players, in return, are rewarded with an authentic experience.