Oasys Blockchain Chosen for Digital Collectible Card Game
Oasys, an eco-friendly and gaming-optimized blockchain designed by gamers for game players, has been chosen as the preferred blockchain for the creation and release of a brand-new digital collectable card game. The game has been granted a license by SEGA and will be produced and run by double jump.tokyo, a Japanese blockchain focused game development firm. The game is anticipated to launch on Oasys’ Layer2 blockchain – HOME verse.
The subject of the shortly-to-be-released card game is centered on the Romance of the Three Kingdoms legend, utilizing the ip rights of the SANGOKUSHI TAISEN series, which was first released by SEGA in 2005 as a tactical arcade game that acquired immense success in Asia.
Director of Oasys Daiki Moriyama stated, “Our goal is to guide the mainstream acceptance of blockchain games by offering players and programmers with a safe, protected, and stable ecosystem in which they can conveniently participate and begin creating the games of the years ahead, using all of the acquainted gaming brands that they’ve always recognized and are used to to. We will keep working to become the preferred blockchain for all upcoming blockchain games, and we look forward to sharing more information about our forthcoming projects in timely fashion.”
The Chief Executive Officer, Hironobu Ueno, double-leaps. Tokyo, stated, “We are thrilled to be a leading collaborator in the creation of a brand-new type of videogames with SEGA on the blockchain.” Our endeavors with Oasys are exclusively devoted to developing the most consumer oriented gaming experiences and revolutionizing the gaming industry in collaboration with our stakeholders. Utilizing this new platform, we want to create further market-dominating games with the most interesting and recognized gaming companies.”
Oasys employs an eco-friendly Proof-of-Stake (PoS) consensus process and counts as its first validators big game creators and publishers like as Square Enix, BANDAI NAMCO Research, SEGA, Ubisoft, and Netmarble.