Boombit Partners with Polygon for Scalability of New Gaming Platform
The new gaming platform BoomLand will operate on the Polygon network and house play-to-earn games, NFTs, metaverse, and DAOs.
Boombit has launched BoomLand as its maiden Web3 gaming platform. This move is in collaboration with Polygon studios which will host the platform on its Supernet, making it the first time Polygon will launch a gaming system through its Supernet infrastructure.
Boombit was founded in 2010 and is one of the largest mobile game developers. It has recorded more than 200 games published with over 1 billion downloads. The company hopes to create a space where players can earn when playing games on the platform.
In addition, it will be a center for play-to-earn games, DAOs, NFTs, and metaverse as a single entity. Hot on the list of games is Hunters-On-Chain, which will be out in the second quarter of the year, while upcoming games like Archery Club Mighty Heroes will follow next year.
CEO of BoomLand, Hannibal Soares, commented:
“BoomLand is designed to evolve gaming experiences into a web3 format that fosters a player-first economy. By building on our dedicated chain, we’re able to abstract the complexities of blockchain while still providing the core benefits such as verifiable digital ownership, secondary markets, and play-and-earn rewards.”
Responding to this development, Steven Bryson-Haynes, VP at Polygon Studios, was optimistic that BoomLand would be instrumental in inviting new players to Web3 gaming.
Polygon studios is at the forefront of developing sustainable platforms for Web3. Its experts have offered scaling solutions that have seen 19000+ decentralized applications hosted. In addition, this studio has worked with some essential Web3 projects and leading blockchain-based companies like OpenSea, Sandbox, and Decentraland. As a result, it hosts more NFT and gaming dApps than any chain outside Ethereum.
The two companies are hopeful their partnership would benefit the Web3 ecosystem.