Fractal, the network developed via Twitch co-founder Justin Kan for game-related non-fungible tokens (NFT), is expanding into the Polygon group to broaden accessibility.
Before going live on the Solana Blockchain in December 2021, the network earned $35 million in a seed round from investors, including Andreessen Horowitz, Solana Labs, Animoca, Coinbase Ventures, and many others. Today, it provides a range of developer tools and hosts dozens of Web3 games, NFTs, or competitions on its website to draw in new programmers.
The company said in a news release that joining Polygon would free up its time to ‘focus on user acquisition and supply the Blockchain technology enabling essential financial infrastructure to facilitate successful game creation.’ Its F Studio product line now includes a Polygon-based launching pad, marketplace, competitions, developer SDK, game launcher, and sign-in leveraging Fractal services.
The company that created the Ethereum scaling system, Polygon Ventures, would support the growth of Fractal by making an undisclosed ‘strategic investment.’ Thirty of its most popular games from Polygon would work on Fractal in the months before a Game Developer Conference throughout March on anything from a contest campaign through activations.
We put the framework through user acquisition to Blockchain technology to finance the system ‘so they can concentrate on successful game design,’ according to Robin Chan, co-founder of Fractal. ‘Driven by Justin’s learnings from starting Twitch, Fractal’s objective has been to persistently empower Web3 game creators with everything they need to build the future of gaming, ‘ she added.
The move is another triumph for Polygon, adding fresh initiatives and big firms to its ecosystem. Effective recent partnerships have also been forged between Polygon and Nike, Reddit, or Starbucks, and a $3 million Blockchain grant last month persuaded Y00ts to leave Solana’s top NFT project.
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