Gaming Publisher Tilting Point and Polygon Studios Join Hands for Web3 Expansion

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Tilting Point, a publisher of free-to-play mobile games, has signed a multi-year deal with the Gaming and NFT company Polygon Studios to release 10 Web3 titles over the next two years. It will leverage the Polygon network for the unified incorporation of Web3 features for creating games that promote user ownership and immersive gameplay.
The first three titles from the gaming publisher are reported to be an interstellar strategy game ‘Astrokings’ from Korean developer AN games, which Tilting Point acquired earlier this year; a virtual slot game ‘The Walking Dead: Casino Slots’ based on the AMC series; and ‘Chess Universe’ from Tilting Point’s partner developer Kings of Games.

Polygon Studios and Tilting Point intend to assist native web3 game creators as well as studios looking to transition from Web2 to Web3 gaming in scaling their games alongside free-to-play developer partners.

Polygon Studios currently collaborates with many of today’s most popular blockchain-based Web3 games and NFT projects, including OpenSea, Somnium Space, and Decentral Games, and has at least five times the number of gaming and NFT Dapps as any other chain outside of the Ethereum main chain, with over 7,000 gaming and NFT Dapps.

The gaming and NFT arm of Polygon is rapidly establishing itself as the de-facto Web 3.0 platform. From metaverse projects like Decentraland and Sandbox to gaming publishers like Ubisoft, Atari, Animoca, and now Tilting Point, its broad range of scaling options and some of the lowest transaction rates in the industry have made it a destination for some of the biggest Web3 platforms and developers.

Players can claim digital ownership of in-game assets like characters and skins thanks to Web3′s integration. In a blog post, Tilting Point co-CEO and President Samir Agili stated that he believes that Web3 and the drive toward digital ownership will profoundly alter the gaming market.

Created in 2012, Tilting Point employs an approach to assist independent developers in scaling their existing games and launching new ones through its own studios or partners. SpongeBob: Krusty Cook-Off and Warhammer: Chaos & Conquest are two of the company’s games released under this concept.

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