READYgg and Aptos Labs partner to onboard web2 gamers into web3

November 20, 2023 08:33 AM PST | By Invezz
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READYgg and Aptos Labs are set to usher in a new era of gaming by onboarding up to 15 million web2 players into the web3 space.

The partnership, leveraging READYgg’s expansive network and Aptos Labs’ blockchain expertise, aims to seamlessly transition gamers to the Aptos blockchain, known for its rapid time-to-finality, ensuring an unparalleled gaming experience.

Early access whitelisting opens

Starting November 20, players can secure early access through whitelisting for the upcoming releases scheduled for December 6. READYgg, having inked agreements with over 20 major web2 publishers, is set to bring four of these publishers onto the Aptos blockchain by the close of 2023. The move signifies a strategic shift toward incorporating web3 elements, including non-fungible tokens (NFTs), into popular titles like Runestone Keeper, Rescue Robots Sniper Survival, Minijuegos, and ToroFun.

READYgg’s CEO, David S. Bennahum, expresses enthusiasm about bridging the gap between web2 and web3, emphasizing the tools READYgg has developed to facilitate traditional publishers in reaching a web3 audience seamlessly. Christina Macedo, COO and co-founder of READYgg, highlights the user-centric approach, stating that millions of web2 gamers can now enjoy web3 gaming without navigating a steep learning curve.

Aptos Labs’ role and vision for the future

Aptos Labs, co-founded by Mo Shaikh and Avery Ching, has secured over $400 million in funding from top-tier investors, including a16z, Jump Crypto, and Binance Labs. Mo Shaikh, Aptos Labs’ CEO, sees this partnership as a catalyst for delivering studio-quality web3 games, enhanced user experiences, and compelling ownable assets.

The collaboration is poised to expand the possibilities of web3 gaming, offering a user experience on par or superior to web2 counterparts.

As READYgg propels its vision to democratize access to web3 game creation, the partnership with Aptos Labs is a crucial step towards mass adoption and scalability in the evolving landscape of web3 gaming.

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