Hey dudes. It's great to see @splinterlands up there in the marquee. But just one piece of marketing technicality feedback. Compared to the other logos on the marquee the text and image for the "Splinterlands" spot is a bit "complex" and the text a bit challenging to read. I know a bit about ogo design, and these are two key factors.
This basic article on logo design is informative:
9 Powerful Tips For Effective Logo Design
and especially :
#7 - "Keep it Simple"
#8 - "Make It Scalable"
Now, obviously, I don't know the factors involved in you decision to enter the specific image in the marquee for this event (ex. maybe the opportunity came about suddenly and you didn't have adequate time to prepare), etc.) But since you guys will likely be getting more and more "visual exposure" in larger media channels going forward, I think it BEHOOVE you to invest your (already well-demonstrated) talents to designing a proper logo which fits in properly with these more established companies.
Just my two cents. If I were in NYC (within subway ride of my home town) I'd take you to my great uncle's famous Italian restaurant in Little Italy - my treat! But that's not possible at this juncture. Anyways, it should be productive. Good luck.