Fractal is now on Polygon!

More on this exciting partnership + our 30 launch partner games

A Partnership that Helps Games Succeed

One of the building pillars of Fractal’s strategy is to be where the best games are at. Over the past year, we’ve built a robust set of product rails that let game developers focus on making the best blockchain game possible. These range from our very own, player-first wallet (Fractal Wallet) that supports web2 sign-ins, to an SDK loaded with industry-first features such as minting on demand and tournaments for user acquisition.

You can start building with Fractal now with our self-service developer docs.

Inspired by Justin’s learnings from founding Twitch, Fractal’s mission has been to relentlessly support Web3 game developers with everything they need to build the future of gaming.

From user acquisition to blockchain tooling to financial infrastructure, we put the framework in place so they can focus on successful game development. Partnering with Polygon’s own efforts to provide a high-performance environment to its community will bring this future forward even faster.

— Robin Chan, co-founder of Fractal

Fractal has emerged as a crucial hub for the discovery of blockchain games. By teaming up with Fractal and combining their impressive suite of developer tools with our own, we aim to make 2023 the year we bring Web3 gaming to the mass market.

— Sandeep Nailwal, Co-Founder of Polygon Foundation

Fractal x Polygon Launch Partners

Over the past month, we talked to as many games as we could on Polygon. We are excited to let you know that our Polygon launch is powered by 30 launch partners. Check them out here:

Other Launch Things

To kick things off, our first Fractal x Polygon gaming tournament is live with Cards of Ethernity, with a $5000 cash prize pool! You can play here and claim an exclusive event card back within the first 48 hours of launch.



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