Games For A Living (G4AL), a Web3 game studio, has announced that it has signed an Initial Dex Offering (IDO) agreement with crypto project launchpad, EnjinStarter. The partnership’s primary goal is to expand access to high-caliber Web3 games for as many people as possible.
The Games For A Living mission
The IDO agreement between the two companies is worth $100,000. The two groups are working together to spread the word all the great features that G4AL has to offer, so that game makers can easily migrate their projects to the G4AL blockchain. Not only will EnjinStarter collaborate closely with G4AL teams, but also with all the games that fall under G4AL wings. This could certainly have a multiplier effect on the performance of the studio as a whole.
As an IDO partner, EnjinStarter will assist G4AL in preparing for the launch of its first game on 20-Feb-2023. In addition, they’ll be working together to promote the Play-to-Earn (P2E) release of Elemental Raiders, which is already available for free on Steam.
In addition to being a Web3 game studio, Games For A Living is also a permissioned Layer 1 blockchain infrastructure built to serve the needs of gamers and developers. The first game to run on the G4AL blockchain is called Elemental Raiders, and it is a free-to-play strategy RPG game with P2E features.
On the other hand, EnjinStarter is a platform built on JumpNet that prioritizes GameFi, NFTs and music. Focusing on plug-and-play development models integrated into game engines to streamline the development process of game studios, it is creating a suite of services and capabilities for blockchain-based games.
EnjinStarter is currently focussing on blockchain, NFTs and the metaverse. They have their own coin ($EJS) and want to help Enjin, and Effinity blockchain expand and improve. On the other hand, the G4AL goal is to leverage the talents of Web3 gaming industry designers and developers to develop new communities, games, and other related content.