Oasys taps Pacific Meta to bring blockchain gaming to Chinese-speaking markets

Rick Steves

Oasys recently launched its Dragon Update, focusing on interoperability, ecosystem development, and killer content. The partnership with Pacific Meta aligns with these goals, particularly in creating Chinese language content for blockchain gamers in South East Asia.

Oasys has formed a partnership with Pacific Meta to introduce blockchain gaming to the Chinese-speaking community.

Pacific Meta, known for aiding gaming companies in the Chinese-speaking market, will help Oasys with several services including localization, social media management, Key Opinion Leader marketing, and community engagement.

Their experience in Chinese language operations and market presence positions them as a key player in blockchain game marketing. They effectively utilize KOLs and community-based strategies, essential for engaging with Chinese-speaking audiences.

Chinese language content for blockchain gamers in South East Asia

Oasys recently launched its Dragon Update, focusing on interoperability, ecosystem development, and killer content. The partnership with Pacific Meta aligns with these goals, particularly in creating Chinese language content for blockchain gamers in South East Asia. This collaboration will ensure Oasys games are accessible and tailored to the needs of the Chinese-speaking community.

The partnership between Oasys and Pacific Meta is set to expand Oasys’ gaming ecosystem and introduce blockchain gaming to a wider audience. Pacific Meta’s localized marketing efforts will make Oasys’ games more accessible to their target market, leveraging the full potential of blockchain gaming in this community.

Increasing adoption of play-and-earn gaming

Oasys is working to increase the adoption of play-and-earn gaming, in collaboration with major publishers like SEGA and Bandai Namco. This model focuses on leveraging blockchain technology to enhance gaming experiences rather than solely earning​​.

The blockchain gaming specialist recently announced a series of updates for its blockchain gaming ecosystem, featuring collaborations with leading game developers like Ubisoft, double jump.tokyo, MIXI, DMM.com, BLOCKSMITH&Co., Enish Co., Ltd., and Digital Entertainment Asset Pte. Ltd. These partnerships aim to develop immersive and rewarding blockchain gaming experiences​​.

To support early-stage projects in gaming decentralized applications, infrastructure, and studios, Oasys launched the Oasys Ecosystem Fund. This fund will invest in various digital assets and provide financial and strategic support to emerging projects​​.

Oasys raised $20 million USD in working capital and established partnerships with companies like GroundX and KakaoTalk via Klip Wallet SDK. This funding is intended to be used over the next six years​​.

The firm also introduced the Oasys Passport, a wallet app designed to simplify entry into the Web3 gaming arena. This wallet is intended to be user-friendly and is tailored to the needs of gamers and developers within the Oasys ecosystem​​.

The Oasys platform features a two-layer blockchain design – the Hub Layer and the Verse Layer, aimed at providing stability and scalability for gaming developers. Oasys uses a multi-token economy based on its native token, OAS, and also includes Verse Token, Game Token, and Dapps Token​​.

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