GameSwift launches web 3.0 platform

The platform includes an easier login and registration process, password resets, faster downloads and automatic game updates.

GameSwift has launched an open alpha version of its all-in-one web 3.0 gaming platform to encourage the adoption of blockchain gaming.

The platform will offer GameSwift ID, and a passwordless sign-on system with a built-in wallet to provide seamless onboarding of players.

With web 3.0 gaming generally requiring a basic knowledge of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology, the new initiative offers an easy and user-friendly way to discover web 3.0 games without the need for extensive pre-existing expertise in the field.

The new platform offers its players a collection of games that benefit from zero gas fees and cash-out rewards through bank card payments.

The range of games available include StarHeroes, Rocket Monsters and Rage Effect, among many others. Key collaborations with both Casper and Polygon Network have also been established.

As well as its new sign-on system, the platform includes the GameSwift Launcher app, a cross-platform app designed for faster game downloads, easier installation and automatic game updates.

Other features include various ways for game studios and developers to access product suites, software development kits and infrastructure solutions to boost game adoption tailored to player preferences.

Players are able to access critical data regarding their games with updates and insights into player base and in-game behaviour.

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Written by Isabella Aslam


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