Ready Games, a company founded back in 2016 aiming to build the first mobile Web3 tools and technologies to democratize access to game creation, is launching its new ecosystem.
Using an innovative token called $AURA and some new turnkey developer tools, Ready Games will quickly and easily pursue Web2 developers to change their tactics and explore the world of Web3.
Back in 2019, the company raised $3M in their native token sale, $AURA, with participation from top-tier investors led by BITKRAFT. Ready used the money raised from the token sale to expand its team and seek new goals in the mobile gaming industry. Hashed, Tribe, IOSG, Spartan, Polygon, SnackClub, and Warburg Serres are some companies that participated in the token sale.
In detail, Ready, with its experience of 10 years in engineering and changing Web2 gaming models to Web3, will provide developers the ability to transform mobile games easily with minimal development time and cost.
Ready’s ecosystem is like no other, offering a full suite of live operations for games on-chain while ensuring developers stay in compliance with app store terms. Meaning no external website links (foreign marketplaces) and a 15%-30% commission on every purchase of in-game content made within the games.
The ability to quickly integrate a shared utility token- $AURA- allows developers to go live with a compliant web3 game seamlessly while also learning Web3 capabilities. Note that in Ready’s Alpha version, mobile game developers enjoyed integration time frames of only five days, from web2 to web3.
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