SpongeBob and Warhammer mobile game scores Polygon partnership

Free-to-play mobile games publisher Tilting Point has entered a multiyear partnership with Polygon Studios to launch 10 web3 games over the next two years. Polygon Studios and Tilting Point plan to help native web3 game developers scale their games alongside free-to-play developer partners, as well as studios that want to bridge from web2 to web3 gaming.

The first three titles in the works are interstellar strategy game “Astrokings” from Korean developer AN games, which Tilting Point acquired earlier this year; virtual slot game “The Walking Dead: Casino Slots,” based on the AMC series; and “Chess Universe,” by Tilting Point’s partner developer Kings of Games.

Polygon Studios CEO Ryan Wyatt shared the company’s excitement about  “championing user ownership and immersive gameplay.” Founded in 2012, Tilting Point’s most popular free-to-play games include “Warhammer: Chaos & Conquest,” “Narcos: Cartel Wars,” and “SpongeBob: Krusty Cook-Off.”

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The Tokenized Esports Asset Management decentralized autonomous organization, or T.E.A.M. DAO, describes itself as the metaverse’s first Guild 3.0. The fantasy esports nonfungible token (NFT) league recently


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