Reality Clash cements move into Japan with Nagemon Gacha partnership13th March 2020
Reality Clash – a popular blockchain-based and augmented reality (AR) mobile game – has partnered with Nagemon Gacha.
The move is expected to expand the game’s reach into Japan and other global markets after gathering significant traction in the UK.
The Gacha mechanic is one that has experienced significant success in Japan’s collectable culture, where players use physical machine terminals to win a variety of special prizes.
The hit mobile game’s latest partnership enables the same premise, but digitally and on a global scale.
Reality Gaming Group – the publisher behind Reality Clash – will create in-game collectables and have them readily available in Nagemon’s virtual Gacha terminals. The title will also be featured in local, promotional campaigns.
All of the items will be Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) to ensure uniqueness, proof of ownership and security for players.
The developer of the virtual terminals – Bacoor Inc – also created the HB Wallet, which allows its users to manage the popular Ethereum (ETH) cryptocurrency.
Nagemon is also an NFT marketplace through which people can trade their various tokenised assets for ETH or stablecoins, such as Dai.
Likewise, Reality Clash’s NFTs will now be listed on the marketplace to ensure users can transparently check the price history and so on.
“We are tremendously excited to be working with Nagemon’s Gacha to deepen the Reality Clash experience for players in Japan,” said Morten Rongaard, co-founder of Reality Gaming Group.
“As we know, the mobile game scene in Japan is especially vibrant, which means new game mechanics being offered up by the blockchain have been fully embraced locally.
“This is just the start of our entry into the exciting Japanese games market.”
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