Assasin’s Creed game developer, Ubisoft partners with EOS-based game distribution platform Ultra to validate transactions for gamers.
On Nov. 21 a press release was shared stating that Ubisoft will be a corporate block producer on the testnet version of Ultra’s EOS sidechain, dubbed as UOS.
The company will help maintain the network and approve transactions on it during the trial period. Transactions on the network will include in-game asset creations, ownership transfers between players and payments.
Partnership With Best Interest
Founder and co-CEO of Ultra, Nicolas Gilot says Ultra chose Ubisoft as the block producer because Ubisoft has:
“Years long dedication to exploring blockchain technology ensures they have the knowledge and skills to be excellent block producers.”
Ubisoft’s Blockchain Initiative director Nicolas Pouard adds:
“During this first trial period of collaboration, we hope to help them in bringing it to a larger scale and experiment with the possibilities this opens up for the industry.”
Crunchbase, a company data website estimates Ubisoft’s revenue to be $2.5 billion. Its Assassin’s creed series videogame reportedly sold over 140 million copies.
Source: Cointelegraph | Image: Ubisoft / IGDB.com
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