Fractal is now officially live on Ethereum
Some of the Ethereum launch partners include Undead Blocks, Galaxy Fight Club, League of Kingdoms and more.
The team behind Fractal, a blockchain gaming platform that initially launched on Solana, has announced that they are now also officially on the Ethereum network.
This means that their whole product suite, including the Fractal Wallet, Marketplace, Launchpad and SDK, will make their way onto the open-source smart contracts platform. With this step, the developers are also planning on making their way to other EVM chains as well.
This makes it easier for game studios that partner with Fractal to build blockchain titles that work across multiple chains. The ability to develop NFT games on this now multi-chain gaming platform was introduced back in September this year under the label Fractal Developers.
The co-founder of Fractal and Twitch, Justin Kan, said the following in a Medium post:
“Fractal wants to help game developers go multichain, but without the technical and logistics headache. Historically, Fractal has offered support for Solana exclusively. This narrow focus has allowed us to refine and build out our product suite. We’ve achieved amazing success on Solana ($20m+ in sales across 50 of the best games and strongest communities in crypto). Now, Fractal is ready to expand to chains beyond Solana, starting with Ethereum L1.”
With this launch, the team has welcomed a number of Ethereum-based games on to their platform. The launch partners are split into Tournaments, Launchpad and Marketplace. Tournaments will feature prize pools in the range of $3k to $10k, and the games that players will be able to compete in for these prizes are Undead Blocks, League of Kingdoms, Galaxy Fight Club, Kingdomverse/Defend the Kingdom, Moonray and Supremacy. Projects that are making their way onto Fractal’s Launchpad are Apollumia, Kingdomverse and Moonray, while the ones that will feature NFT collections to be traded on the marketplace are Evaverse, Heroez, Legends of Venari, Metalcore, OpenBlox and SIPHER.