MIR4 Developer to Build Web3 Games in MetaGravity Metaverse

Despite South Korea’s ruling on releasing new Play-to-Earn games, WEMADE continues to build and expand.

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  • Leading Korean Web3 gaming giant WEMADE has announced a strategic alliance with London-based Metaverse engine developer MetaGravity. 
  • The MIR4 developer plans to contribute to the MetaGravity web3 gaming ecosystem. 

WEMADE has signed an MOU with MetaGravity to build a unique game experience and platform for people to connect to and enjoy. The alliance plans to bring the vision of Jang Hyun-Guk, CEO of WEMADE, to life.

We Made It Despite the Ban

Despite South Korea’s Seoul Administrative Court ruling against releasing new Play-to-Earn games and NFTs, WEMADE has been actively building and expanding its ecosystem. Surprisingly, WEMADE’s flagship MMORPG, MIR4, ranked second globally based on Play-to-Earn sales.  

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The MIR4 developer plans on adding to the MetaGravity vision of building the next generation of live digital worlds targeted toward gamers. WEMADE plans on using its high-performance open-source protocol WEMIX3.0 

WEMIX3.0 is powered by the platform’s native Stake-based Proof of Authority (SPoA) consensus algorithm, currently secured by 40 decentralized authority nodes. The nodes are operated by the platform’s global partners and on-chain community decentralized autonomous organization (DAO).

By utilizing WEMIX3.0, WEMADE plans to deliver a secure and scalable solution for the MetaGravity ecosystem. 

On the Flipside

  • WEMADE and MetaGravity have yet to share the specific details about their alliance; however, the platforms have shared that the partnership is gaming-related.

Why You Should Care

WEMADE is undeniably a pioneer in the Korean Web3 gaming space. Since the studio focused on the metaverse, it has bagged multimillion-dollar deals from big tech companies and investors worldwide. The strategic alliance is a landmark achievement for the studio, considering it is barred from making any new Play-to-Earn games or NFTs in the Korean market. 

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