Splinterlands, a crypto collectibles game that describes itself as a mashup of Pokémon cards and World of Warcraft characters, has partnered with World Asset eXchange (WAX) to integrate WAX with the game.
According to the announcement, the integration will allow gamers to easily purchase and trade digital goods with WAX, including booster packs from the new Splinterlands: Untamed set as well as the rest of the game’s collectible trading cards. The game accepts a number of popular cryptocurrencies for card purchases including Steem (STEEM), TRON (TRX), Steem Dollars (SBD), Ethereum (ETH) and Binance Coin (BNB).
Splinterlands is described as an epic, multiplayer fantasy card game where thousands of gamers battle every day with monsters in a fight for control of a chaotic world at war. The game grew in popularity under the title, Steem Monsters, but has since rebranded to Splinterlands.
“We’re delighted to partner with WAX to expand our fantasy dapp card game to new communities while continuing to offer the high-end blockchain experiences we’re known for,” said Spinterlands co-CEO Matt Rosen. “WAX has a robust microservices layer, which we expect will make the integration process much quicker and easier than with other platforms.”
“WAX is thrilled to bring onboard one of the absolute best blockchain games in the world,” added Evan Vandenberg, the director of business development at WAX. “Our gaming community is going to absolutely love it, and we can’t wait to show them what we have in store with this partnership.”
With the new partnership, Splinterlands and WAX are planning a number of special promotions and giveaways, including the addition of limited-edition collectibles. Additionally, Splinterlands: Untamed is set to go live on November 30 and will add more than 70 new cards to the game.
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