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Blockade Games, the developer behind the upcoming blockchain-based cyberpunk RPG Neon District, revealed this week that it plans to supplement its game development and developer platform with third-party development services.

According to the announcement, Blockade Games is taking precautions due to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak to ensure continued growth. To help bring in additional revenue during this uncertain period, the company is now accepting contract work for crypto puzzle, game development and marketing services.

“The addition of these contract services is a part of a larger restructuring effort to attract new sources of revenue and decrease expenses in an unstable fundraising environment while continuing to build our highly anticipated game titles, including Neon District,” said Blockade CEO Marguerite deCourcelle. “An important part of this plan includes the reallocation of internal resources and continued vendor partnerships.”

Blockade Games will be keeping a 5-person team on the Neon District project while continuing its efforts to launch Metaboss, a recently announced strategy MMO that provides a unique twist on non-fungible token utility, with a team of 2.

Those interested in leveraging Blockade Games’ abilities can contact the team at founders@neondistrict.io.

More: Blockade Games is Now Accepting Third-Party Development Contracts
Related: Blockade Games Pushes Neon District Release to Mid-Summer to Focus on Development

Disclaimer: This article’s author has cryptocurrency holdings that can be tracked here. SludgeFeed has a partnership with Blockade Games to help drive forward the adoption of blockchain gaming. Craig Russo is an investor in Blockade Games through Polyient Games. This article is for informational purposes only and should not be taken as investment advice. Always conduct your own due diligence before making investments.

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