Nefta and Block Born partner on Tezos

The collaboration aims to combine the best of web2 to web3 by creating games on the Tezos blockchain.

Web3 gaming platform Nefta has partnered with blockchain gaming launchpad Block Born.

Through the partnership, both firms aim to create an accessible web3 ecosystem while providing support for NFT minting and a white-label marketplace.

Founded by esports veterans, Block Born hopes to offer dozens of games to the Tezos ecosystem.

The firm provides its developers with a user-friendly and accessible toolbox to integrate game services, battle passes, quests and more.

Nefta will utilize Block Born’s toolbox by integrating its white-label suite and NFT minting tools onto the gaming launchpad, an action that will help develop successful web3 games on the proof-of-stake Tezos blockchain.

With the help of Block Born x Nefta tournaments and Twitter spaces, the partnership will be advertised and “brought to life” with content focused on the improvement of existing web3 gaming.

“We are pleased to be part of Block Born’s mission to make web3 gaming fairer and more accessible, and we’re proud to offer our services to help bring their ambitious projects to life”, said Nefta chief executive Geeshan Willink.

Block Born senior vice president Will Pazos said: “With Nefta’s support, we’re able to focus on what we do best, and help our partners successfully scale their projects while making it easier than ever to integrate onto the Tezos blockchain.”

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Written by Isabella Aslam


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