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Enjin (ENJ), a blockchain project building a decentralized ecosystem for gaming, officially unveiled the Enjin Multiverse Program this week, a new initiative designed to provide developers with all the tools and support necessary to create successful blockchain games.

According to the announcement, the following perks will be available to program participants:

  • A collection of Multiverse gaming assets
  • A free 1-year Enjin Platform Pro Plan subscription ($950 value)
  • Access to Enjin’s exclusive adopter Slack
  • Developer success support from the Enjin team, including advisement on marketing and blockchain integration
  • Dedicated “Powered by Enjin” page on Enjin’s website
  • Promotion via Enjin’s social media and community channels

The program is available to games at nearly every stage of development, including pre-production, production and post-production.

“There is immense potential value that can be unlocked by game developers of all sizes and genres when gaming assets are readily accessible for integration by anyone,” the announcement states. “Enjin’s unique suite of tools is designed to create new revenue streams, new marketing and funding mechanisms, and allow studios to meet high-level KPIs for monetization, valuation, virality, recruitment, and retention.”

Enjin joins several other big-name blockchain startups in launching a blockchain gaming initiative. Earlier this week, Maker (MKR), the decentralized organization behind the stablecoin Dai (DAI), unveiled that it has kickstarted a new initiative to push the adoption of DAI in blockchain gaming.

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Developers interested in the Enjin Multiverse Program can apply here.

More: Introducing the Enjin Multiverse Program
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