BitNile Metaverse, Inc. has revealed plans to expand its social gaming offerings on BitNile.com, with the upcoming launch of Blackjack set for September 1.
The metaverse platform aims to enhance its interactive experience and increase revenue by introducing the popular casino game.
The addition of Blackjack is anticipated to boost sales of in-world coins, which are required to participate in the new sweepstakes-based game.
BitNile.com has already introduced social gaming through the release of roulette, allowing users to engage for fun or real money rewards.
Coin packages of varying denominations are available for purchase on the Platform, generating a new revenue stream for BitNile Metaverse.
The company plans to expand its gaming portfolio further by developing additional games in the near future. BitNile Metaverse, through its subsidiary BitNile.com, owns and operates the platform.
Milton “Todd” Ault, III, executive chairman of BitNile Metaverse, stated:
“We are very pleased to announce that BitNile.com will be launching Blackjack as a part of its social gaming experience.
I am excited to see the team at BitNile.com harnessing its potential to generate significant revenue. More importantly, we are underscoring our commitment to deliver a rich, engaging metaverse experience. While it’s still early in our ramp-up cycle, there is tremendous potential for future growth.”
Early-access versions of the platform and updates can be accessed at BitNile’s website. The sweepstakes connected to the new games are exclusively available to US residents, excluding those from Idaho and Washington.
Another recent development saw BitNile.com become the title sponsor for the annual NTT Indycar Series event at Portland International Raceway, which will take place from September 1 to 3.
The racing weekend, known as the BitNile.com Grand Prix of Portland, will feature the 110-lap penultimate race of the NTT Indycar Series season.
The 29th running of the Grand Prix of Portland headlines the NTT Indycar Series weekend, with the points leader potentially determining the championship outcome.
Alongside prominent drivers like Scott McLaughlin, Alex Palou, and Will Power, other notable names such as Romain Grosjean and multiple Indianapolis 500 winners are expected to compete. The event also features the top open-wheel development series and the US Touring Car Championship.
BitNile Metaverse, Inc. was founded in 2011 and wholly owns BNC, including the BitNile.com metaverse platform. Launched on March 1, 2023, the platform enables users to interact with a novel social networking community, while also making purchases of digital and physical products while engaging in 3D immersive games.