Blockchain Gaming: Ubisoft Leads The Blockchain Games Alliance to Implement Blockchain Technologies in The Industry

The Blockchain Games Alliance announced the affiliation of a total of 8 members to the project, with the aim of developing crypto and blockchain technologies in the video games industry. The French company Ubisoft is leading the Blockchain Games Alliance which also enjoys the presence of ConsenSys.

Ubisoft to lead the Blockchain Games Alliance in implementing blockchain technologies in the video games industry

The announcement was made at the Blockchain Games Summit that took place in the French city of Lyon during the last days of September. Ubisoft, together with ConsenSys and the startups Enjin, Fig, Alto, Ultra, EverdreamSoft, and Gimli have become the first members of this alliance, thus inaugurating the project at international level.

The project aims to develop a set of common standards and practices with a view to integrating crypto networks and blockchain technologies into the video games industry, thus accelerating innovation in this ecosystem. “We offer an open forum for all stakeholders to share knowledge and collaborate on research that fosters new ways of creating and playing games,” said the Blockchain Games Alliance.

“The Blockchain Game Alliance advocates a universal standard in the blockchain gaming space to create a more interoperable and transparent ecosystem that benefits stakeholders by promoting innovation and ensuring economic viability,” said Nicolas Gilot, Ultra startup CEO.

The renowned games developer, Ubisoft, is not new to blockchain gaming

Ubisoft becomes one of the most outstanding members of this blockchain gaming alliance due to its enormous history in the video games industry. Sagas such as Assassin’s Creed, Far Cry, Prince of Persia, among others, are some of its most famous products.

The firm has been working for several months now on the Ubisoft’s Strategic Innovation Laboratory to develop and implement crypto and blockchain technologies in its games, achieving this goal in the HashCraft game with the help of its blockchain department director, Anne Puck.

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