Com2uS’ gaming blockchain XPLA has partnered with web3 advert and power supplier Nefta, aiming to equip XPLA’s companion studios with tooling customized constructed for web3 gaming.
Designed to supply seamless person onboarding, enhanced creation and distribution of NFTs and tokens in addition to customisable marketplaces, Nefta’s toolbox will likely be supplied to all recreation studios working with XPLA.
Amongst its present recreation portfolio is Com2uS’ flagship RPG Summoners Conflict: Chronicles, which not too long ago built-in web3 options and launched its in-game Mileage store. Different titles embody MiniGame Celebration, Ace Fishing: Crew, and Idle Ninja On-line. A listing that’s anticipated to extend considerably with Com2uS US president Kyu Lee stating that all the firm’s video games will likely be web3 sooner or later.
CEO and co-founder of Nefta, Geeshan Willink, commented, “XPLA is an organisation that we are really excited to partner with. Their dedication to advancing web3 with an emphasis on gaming makes them a perfect match for both Nefta’s blockchain tools and our advertising technology. It’s a partnership that will strengthen and provide outstanding benefits, not just for the partners, but for the game development industry and gamers as well.”
Based in 2022 with the goal to make blockchain extra accessible, Nefta’s different partnerships embody web3 gaming studios Viker, Gami, Medieval Empires, and Mystic Video games. Furthermore, Nefta’s latest partnership with the HAQQ community helped onboard over a million HolidaySwap customers onto the blockchain.
“Our partnership with Nefta is a pivotal moment that indicates the leaps in web3 gaming industry. This is truly an exciting collaboration between two pioneering companies as Nefta provides seamless blockchain technology powering the future of blockchain itself. This partnership will shine a light on the path to a more secure Web3 gaming ecosystem and XPLA will pave the way to further expand the web3 gaming industry as a universal content powerhouse with gamers at our core,” stated XPLA’s Paul Kim.