Game Storm Studios, Ready Games to release mobile-based web3 games

Quick Take

  • Pakistan-based Game Storm Studios will team up with Ready Games to launch two new web3 games for mobile.
  • Ready Games began its push into web3 in May.

 

 

Pakistan-based Game Storm Studios will team up with Ready Games to launch two new web3 games, according to a statement today. 

The new project follows Ready Games’ entry into the web3 world in May, when it raised $3 million in token sales to fund its new mobile web3 gaming arm. Among the investors were Bitkraft Ventures, Hashed, Mapleblock Capital, Mulana Capital and Polygon.

Compared to browser-based games, app blockchain games have been slow to take off due to concerns about how they fit into Apple and Google’s terms of service. Part of Ready Games’ web3 push involves helping web2 companies convert already existing games to web3 while complying with the rules of app stores.

THE SCOOP

Keep up with the latest news, trends, charts and views on crypto and DeFi with a new biweekly newsletter from The Block's Frank Chaparro

By signing-up you agree to our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy
By signing-up you agree to our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy

Games Storm’s new blockchain-based games will both be pet-themed. According to its website, Game Storm has published over 1,000 non-web3 games in its over 10 years of operation and has offices in Pakistan, the US, India and Dubai. It mainly focuses on helping game builders create mobile applications for Android and iPhone.


© 2023 The Block. All Rights Reserved. This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.

About Author

Callan Quinn is an NFT, gaming and metaverse reporter. She started her career working for the expat magazine City Weekend in Guangzhou, China. She also has worked as a business journalist in the UK, Somaliland and the republic of Georgia. Before joining The Block, she was a freelance journalist covering the Chinese tech industry. She speaks Mandarin, French and German. Get in touch via Twitter @quinnishvili or email [email protected].

More by Callan Quinn