Blockchain firm XPLA Partners Gaming Company Xterio to Strengthen Web 3.0 Operations
To grow its Web 3.0 environment, XPLA, a blockchain mainnet developed by South Korean game production and publishing business Com2uS and associates, has formed strategic cooperation with Xterio, a blockchain tech-focused gaming startup located in Switzerland. The relationship was established when Xterio received $40 million in a fundraising round headed by XPLA.
Xterio, a cross-platform developer and producer of top-notch mobile and web3 games, will unveil unique Web3 games via XPLA, which acts as a gaming system, fills the gap between Web2 and Web3 in the game business, and offers design and engineering assistance to creators. Xterio is a collaborator of FunPlus, the prominent mobile game creator.
Com2uS Holdings stated that XPLA will keep releasing Web3 versions of huge IP-based titles. Paul Kim, the head of XPLA, stated in a September 29 announcement, said “XPLA will continue to extend its network via continual collaborations that will increase its digital entertainment content libraries, such as culture, artwork, and gaming.”
Com2uS is attempting to achieve a dominant place in Web3, a future version of the blockchain-powered World Wide Web that includes a decentralized and token-based economy. Web3 might enhance data protection, scalability, and privacy over what is now feasible with Web2 platforms centered on user-generated material published to social media and networking sites, blog sites, and wikis, among many other applications.
C2X is a blockchain-based gaming platform that aims to deliver the best non-fungible fund (NFT) gaming environment possible. Com2uS intends to spearhead Web3 games and enhance its C2X blockchain platform, which enables users to experience a variety of Web3 games and partake in environment circulation choices through casting a vote.