Animoca Brands to bring MotoGP™ and Star Girl to Flow blockchain

Animoca Brands Corporation Ltd will bring its mobile game franchise Star Girl and the upcoming blockchain game based on MotoGP™ to the Flow blockchain as part of an expanded partnership with Dapper Labs.

The Star Girl franchise is a series of mobile fashion role-playing games while MotoGP™ is the oldest motorsports championship in the world.

Flow is a next-generation blockchain being developed to deliver optimised gaming and entertainment experiences, and also provides payment rails for credit cards and cryptocurrency for consumers.

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Animoca co-founder and chairman Yat Siu: “We are excited and honoured to collaborate with Dapper Labs and the Flow blockchain to address the challenge of mass adoption for blockchain gaming and NFTs.

“We look forward to bringing the REVV community and the Flow community closer together as we continue to develop our partnership.”

The company believes that Flow offers a powerful solution for handling the computation and transaction throughput necessary for mainstream adoption of blockchain gaming while continuing to remain user and developer-friendly.

Star Girl and MotoGP™

Published by Animoca Brands, the Star Girl mobile fashion role-playing games has more than one million monthly global female audience and active users, and the game is expected to launch on Flow starting in 2021.

Animoca Brands is developing the officially licensed blockchain-based game for MotoGP™, the oldest motorsports championship in the world, featuring the fastest riders and the technologically advanced prototype racing motorcycles on the planet.

The MotoGP™ game will be on Flow and will support the REVV token, the recently launched ERC-20 token that serves as the primary utility token in motorsport games developed by Animoca Brand.

Collaborating with Dapper

Animoca Brands and Dapper Labs are collaborating to onboard a number of other Animoca Brands projects to the Flow blockchain, including F1® Delta Time, the official blockRead More – Source