Supported by Polygon Studios, Tilting Point plans to release ten games over the next two years. Tilting Point will leverage the Polygon network for seamless integration of Web3 features.
The partnership will kick off with a rollout of Web3 features in three existing titles: owned and operated games “Astrokings,” “The Walking Dead: Casino Slots,” and “Chess Universe.”
Tilting Point’s partnership with Polygon Studios will allow Tilting Point to be the Web3 solution to all game developers, helping both native Web3 game developers scale their games, alongside free-to-play developer partners and studios who want to bridge from Web2 to Web3 gaming.
Web3 gaming enables players to claim digital ownership of in-game assets such as skins and characters,
“Tilting Point is set to bring a new level of quality to Web3 gaming, accumulated from a decade of building and publishing mobile games,” says Ryan Wyatt, chief executive officer, Polygon Studios. “This partnership will help solidify Web3’s place in the gaming industry, and we’re excited to start developing games that champion user ownership and immersive gameplay.”
Stardust, a blockchain platform enabling developers to integrate NFTs into their games, was integral for brokering the partnership between Tilting Point and Polygon Studios.
“It was crucial for us to select an efficient and low-cost platform for developers to build and launch their games while ensuring the highest security and lowest carbon footprint,” says Samir Agili, president, co-chief executive officer, Tilting Point. “The Polygon network came highly recommended. Combined with the superb talent and expertise of Polygon Studios, it was the obvious choice.”
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