South Korean sport writer Com2uS introduced its collaboration with the Oasys blockchain undertaking on Monday.
The partnership is anticipated to reinforce the sport firm’s web3 gaming infrastructure for its enlargement into the Japanese market.
Oasys is a game-centric blockchain community that has beforehand labored with SoftBank, Sega, and Ubisoft. The community’s core crew will supply technical assist to Com2uS and its blockchain subsidiary XPLA to determine a brand new layer 2 community in compliance with native rules in Japan.
“In partnership with Oasys, XPLA will make a big transfer into the world’s third largest gaming market, Japan,” mentioned XPLA Workforce Lead Paul Kim, who added that Com2uS plans to launch two Web3 video games in Japan primarily based on “globally acknowledged” IPs throughout the first half of 2024.
With the collaboration, the Seoul-based sport developer can also be anticipated to onboard its staple sport franchises onto the Oasys community, together with ‘Summoners Struggle: Chronicle’ and ‘The Strolling Useless: All Stars.’
Com2uS, based in 1998, has over 605 billion Korean gained ($454 million) in market capitalization as of Monday in Asia.