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Shiba Inu Games partners with Australia’s largest video game developer

Alex Dovbnya

The Shiba Inu community is focused on conquering the mobile gaming space next year

Shiba Inu Games, a separate entity within the meme coin ecosystem, has partnered with PlaySide Studios, Australia’s largest video game developer.

The goal of the collaboration is to develop a new game based on the “Shiboshi” non-fungible token collection over the next eight months.

PlaySide CEO Gerry Sakkas says the tie-up provides an opportunity to explore crypto and NFTs:

Emerging technologies continue to accelerate, and this is an ideal opportunity for PlaySide to collaborate in this area, expand our skill base and showcase our development capabilities.

The game is expected to roll out in early 2023.

Shares of PlaySide, which trade on the Australian Securities Exchange, rose around 5% on the news, showing traders are excited about the new collaboration.

The price of the Shiba Inu token, however, is down 2.52% at press time.

Last month, William Volk, former vice president of technology at Activision, joined Shiba Inu Games as a consultant to work on what he claims is “one of the most important gaming projects” of all. the temperature.

The Shiboshi game will be licensed to a decentralized team of developers working on a yet-to-launch Ethereum Layer 2 solution called Shibarium.