Atari Casino launches beta testing phase

A year after Atari announced its proprietary Atari blockchain token, the ATRI, the company has revealed the next chapter in its crypto saga will continue with the arrival of a Closed Beta Test for the Atari Casino.

Registration for anyone willing to try the Atari Casino will be available through February 7, 2021, so you have the next week to complete your registration.

Atari is planning to attract around 100 early adopters, as the company calls them, who will have the opportunity to get their hands on the games and overall website functionality.

The once renowned gaming giant is moving quickly on different sectors in a bid to restore the company to its former glory. The arrival of Closed Beta Testing could be just what Atari needs to get things off the ground and running.

CGNews is on the waiting list and hopes to be picked so we can get down to the nitty-gritty of what makes that casino puff along.

CEO Fred Chesnais' has been confident since the outset. He spoke to Yahoo in December 2020 and commented on the upcoming blockchain gaming project by simply stating:  “we know this is going to work.”

Time to Get Back in the Game

While there were issues with the ATRI itself, Chesnais' buoyance has been refreshing and heartening, especially for anyone who is backing the project not just as a player, but also an investor.

ATRI is a tremendous opportunity for Atari to get off the shelves of venerated gaming trophies and join back the race at the helm. To do so, the company is trying to capitalize on blockchain gaming by launching the proprietary token that the company hopes would facilitate trades.

Atari teamed up with Virtually Human Studios to debut the token in new settings. If you are not too willing to wait for the Atari Casino to come online, we recommend visiting Bitcasino, 1xBit or FortuneJack.

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