- Electronic Arts (EA) considers NFT and blockchain games as part of the future of gaming.
- Recently, Ubisoft also announced that it will delve deeper into NFT and blockchain.
Gaming juggernaut Electronic Arts (EA) has expressed interest in blockchain gaming, particularly those involving non-fungible tokens (NFTs). According to EA, these are “an important part of the future”.
According to EA CEO Andrew Wilson during the company’s earnings call,
“They [gamers] want more digital experiences outside the game — esports, NFTs, broader sports consumption and they want us to move really, really quickly.”
Interestingly, the company said the statements alongside major competitor Ubisoft announcing its goals to develop and launch blockchain games. In fact, the blockchain gaming community is stoked that these mainstream companies are highly considering this developing space as the new frontier of gaming.
Currently, Ubisoft is one of the partners of NFT gaming hit Axie Infinity, which recently launched its own decentralized exchange (DEX) named Katana.
Meanwhile, the crypto market is continuing its rally. At the time of writing, the combined market capitalization of all cryptocurrencies is $2.8 trillion. Interestingly, this is only less than $200 billion shy of breaching the $3 trillion mark.
Crypto News Land (cryptonewsland.com), also abbreviated as “CNL”, is an independent media entity — we are not affiliated with any company in the blockchain and cryptocurrency industry. We aim to provide fresh and relevant content that will help build up the crypto space since we believe in its potential to impact the world for the better. All of our news sources are credible and accurate as we know it, although we do not make any warranty as to the validity of their statements as well as their motive behind it. While we make sure to double-check the veracity of information from our sources, we do not make any assurances as to the timeliness and completeness of any information in our website as provided by our sources. Moreover, we disclaim any information on our website as investment or financial advice. We encourage all visitors to do your own research and consult with an expert in the relevant subject before making any investment or trading decision.