Ready Player Me Implements Developers’ Monetization Tool
Ready Player Me features top partners like Hiber, Wink, and Omlet Arcade in the upcoming Alpha Access.
Metaverse 3D Avatar Creator, Ready Player Me has finalized the development of a cross-game avatar platform. The game released an Alpha access to this platform, featuring monetization tools and premium avatar collections.
Creators can tap into the $100B digital goods economy by selling avatar skins, clothing, and items directly in their apps. Alpha partners like Hiber, Wink, and Omlet Arcade can use the newly created developing tools while other Ready Player Me developers can apply for beta access to these tools. This arrangement makes it easier for users to build avatars and use them across several games.
The CEO of Hiber, Michael Yngfors stated:
“Partnering with Ready Player Me enables us to move our monetization strategy forward by delivering embeddable 3D commerce experiences to brands, artists, and creators.”
Developers Tools in Ready Player Me
Ready Player Me will grant access to selected partners during the Alpha launch. These partners can access Asset Manager, Transaction API, and its first sellable avatar collections. Asset Managers help developers create, upload and publish outfits for sale directly in their app. Developers will have the opportunity to sell published game items across different games. Transactions API powers transactions and revenue sharing through developers who can build storefronts. The first avatar collection, The Outer Kingdom is available for sale through partners' storefronts. As the game progresses, more avatar collections will be added regularly.
The interoperability of the Ready Player Me ecosystem will give room for broad access while saving development time and resources. In-game assets will achieve peak cross-game potential through their utility across thousands of apps and games. The gaming platform has grown from 6,000 apps and games to over 9,000. In preparation for the selection of Alpha developers, Ready Player Me has imported unregistered developers to register through their website.