Immutable and Amazon Web Services(AWS) Partner to BigPush Web3 Gaming Globally

Immutable and Amazon Web Services(AWS) partner to boost Web3 gaming, giving gamers true asset ownership and trade options,
Immutable and Amazon Web Services(AWS) Partner to BigPush Web3 Gaming Globally

Leading web3 gaming platform Immutable revealed in a blog post on October 10 that it is teaming up with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to expand choices for game developers and to further the idea of players owning and trading in-game digital goods on a global level.

Blockchain technology is used by Web3-based gaming, a rapidly expanding trend, to enable players to truly own in-game goods and exchange them with other players. In the following two years, it’s anticipated that 100 million gamers would start participating in this idea globally.

Immutable has joined AWS’s ISV Accelerate Program, which is essentially a partnership between AWS and businesses that provide software solutions that either use AWS or collaborate closely with it. Immutable will be able to engage with potential clients and strike deals with big game studios around the world thanks to this initiative, which gives them access to the knowledge and tools offered by AWS.

AWS Activate, a program meant to support entrepreneurs, is open to Web3 gaming applications being developed on the Immutable platform. These projects can take use of a number of advantages provided by AWS Activate, including AWS credits, technical support, training, tools, and more.

Participants can access up to $100,000 in AWS credits to extend their operations using AWS infrastructure, all while utilizing Immutable’s experience in the process of integrating, producing, launching, and growing their Web3 games.

Notably, current Immutable partners in the Web3 game industry, include Web3 developer Magmabyte There have been prior concerns regarding the concentration of gaming and Ethereum, as well as their reliance on Amazon, which controls approximately a third of the cloud services market.

However, in a report to Fortune on October 11, Michael Powell, the product marketing lead at Immutable, addressed these worries and offered some consolation.

“Many blockchain purists are very big into the idea of decentralization and that everything has to be on-chain, and that’s a massive departure from where game developers actually build”.

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