Ubisoft has selected Aleph.im, a blockchain-based storage and computing startup, to participate in the sixth season of Ubisoft’s Entrepreneurs Lab, offering further exposure to the emerging blockchain industry. It has been reported that the French video game developer has been running the Entrepreneurs Lab for the past six years, offering startups and entrepreneurs the ability to access company resources and expertise as they scale up and commercialize their products. However
Ubisoft, the popular French video gaming giant, is set to become a validator node on the Tezos ecosystem. It has been reported that Ubisoft announced its partnership with Tezos-backed Nomadic Labs that will see the latter creating a validator node on the Tezos network. 🎮@Ubisoft is exploring #Tezos technology by becoming a corporate baker. 👋 Welcome to the ecosystem!
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Ubisoft, the France-based game publisher, has launched One Shot League, a new free-to-play fantasy soccer game powered by crypto assets, as they have partnered with the Jupiler Pro League, the professional soccer league of Belgium. It has been reported that One Shot League was developed by the Ubisoft Strategic Innovation Lab in collaboration with Sorare, an Ethereum-based fantasy soccer game built around collectible cards in the form of NFTs. Discover an all-new fantasy foot
Ubisoft, the France-based gaming giant, has released a series of blockchain-based digital collectibles for the popular gaming and television franchise Rabbids to support the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF). It has been reported by VentureBeat that Ubisoft is launching around 55 Rabbids collectibles as tokens on Ethereum’s blockchain. These assets are represented by ERC-721 Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs). However, the collectibles have their own properties, design, value,
The Blockchain Game Alliance (BGA), a coalition of 90 game and blockchain companies advocating for blockchain technology within the gaming industry will seek to strengthen blockchain adoption to expand player capabilities without any barriers. The Blockchain Game Alliance (BGA) announced on March 30 the appointment of Sébastien Borget as President, while further adding that companies like Ubisoft, AMD, Animoca Brands, and MakerDAO have returned as sponsors for 2020. Happy to
Singapore government-backed blockchain platform Tribe has raised $15.7 million for participating companies through its ecosystem. On Dec. 2 a press release was shared by Tribe Accelerator revealing that a total of $28 million has been raised till yet to support start-ups from around the world while attempting to solve real-world problems with blockchain technology. The first group of startups reportedly raised over $12.2 million within three months. Managing partner of Tribe
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. Ubisoft becomes the first #Ultra Corporate Block Producer.
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