According to Kathleen Osgood, head of business development at Sky Mavis, the company’s objective is to bring as many people as possible into its ecosystem. Sky Mavis, the firm behind the popular blockchain game Axie Infinity, has revealed that four gaming studios will be creating and launching games on the Ronin Network, creating its own gaming ecosystem. Sky Mavis has partnered with Directive Games, Tribes, Bali Games, and Bowled.io, according to a statement given to Cointelegraph.
The Ronin blockchain will also shift to a delegated proof-of-stake (DPoS) consensus mechanism, as announced by Trung Nguyen, CEO of Sky Mavis. Kathleen Osgood, Head of Business Development at Sky Mavis, explained that the company reviewed 250 gaming studios before choosing the four announced partners, selecting studios from various niches in the gaming industry to help onboard “as many people into the ecosystem as possible.” Sky Mavis aims to collaborate with teams to create games that will attract not only Web3 users but also millions of Web2 users, according to Osgood. Working with teams that have a history of acquiring Web2 users will help the Axie Infinity creator expose blockchain games to the masses and encourage more Web3 adoption.