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Now gamers and game developers receive royalty payouts in cryptocurrencies, as MobileGO (MGO) is now available on leading gaming market Xsolla.
With Xsolla, game developers get access to a suite of flexible tools and services to monetize, launch as well as scale their games. The company has added MobileGO as a new payment method for its PC and mobile game partners. This means the beneficiaries can cash out in whatever currency is most convenient for them.
Aleksandr Agapitov, founder and CEO of Xsolla foresees the company at the forefront of innovative technology by constantly adding tools and services for developers to monetize their games across the globe. Agapitov says that the new payment method will “accelerate transformative opportunities for our community.” He further said,
“Game developers will now receive their royalty payouts much faster, and owners of MGO will soon be able to engage in peer-to-peer match play and organize decentralized gaming tournaments in a way never before possible.”
MobileGO, an Ethereum based token created for the gaming industry, is called as the “Bitcoin of the gaming industry” and seeks to establish as a universal currency for 2.6 billion gamers worldwide. It helps game developers, be it large or small scale, to grow their business and more importantly, get benefited from smart contracts and its transparency.
MobileGO has secures positions on various leading crypto exchanges including Bitfinex, DigiFinex, BitForex, HitBtc and GateCoin. With the addition of MobileGO, gamers globally, will get a chance to pay for games and in-game transactions. Being the first ever altcoin to be accepted on Xsolla, MGO gets a necessary boost to expansion among millions of gamers all over the globe.
Xsolla has more than 700 payment methods and its tools and services are spread over 200 countries and territories, having more than 130 currencies.
Last modified (UTC): September 12, 2019 01:29