• Cardano-based Dead Pxlz is partnering with the Paima Engine to build its first game on the blockchain.
• This collaboration showcases not just the strength of Cardano, but also the technological capacity of the Paima protocol.
• The partnership will help introduce a revolutionary approach to game building, combining Web2.0 and Web3.0 elements for greater versatility and acceptance.
Collaboration between Cardano and Billion-Dollar Company
Cardano-based Dead Pxlz has partnered with the Paima Engine to build its first game on the blockchain, showcasing not just the strength of Cardano, but also the technological capacity of the Paima protocol.
Introduction of Revolutionary Approach
The partnership aims to introduce a revolutionary approach to game building, combining Web2.0 and Web3.0 elements for greater versatility and acceptance in order to become a major competitor to games coming from EA Sports, Activision Blizzard amongst others.
Economically Beneficial for Emerging Game Developer
Paima Studios has been working on initiatives such as high profile partnerships with billion-dollar devshops like Globant and accelerators like Genius X in order to help emerging developers succeed in using its protocol. Furthermore, it has also connected Dead Pxlz with innovative B2B companies within its ecosystem which can help propel them towards becoming commercially successful.
Triple Tech Advantage Backed by Cardano
Dead Pxlz’s linkup with Paima brings an additional benefit which is backed by Cardano – triple tech advantage (consisting of smart contracts, distributed ledger technology & tokenized assets). This will give them an edge over other competitors while they progress towards their goal of becoming a commercial hit in gaming industry.
In conclusion, this collaboration between Dead Pxlz and Paima Studios is mutually beneficial both parties as it helps showcase not only their individual strengths but also provides them with various advantages that will help them achieve success in this growing industry. It remains to be seen how successful this venture proves out compared to traditional games released by well established companies such as EA Sports or Activision Blizzard.