Fractal, the NFT gaming platform of Twitch founder Justin Kan, said it will support games on the Polygon network.
Fractal, a marketplace that supports the purchase and sale of NFTs used in blockchain games, has announced it will expand to the Polygon blockchain. This is the platform founded by Justin Kan, the founder of the extremely popular Twitch video streaming social network in the West.
Fractal will initially partner with Polygon’s top 30 blockchain games, including Aavegotchi, Derby Stars, Sunflower Land and Decentral Games. The project hopes to contribute to the increase in popularity of blockchain games built on Polygon, which has already reached over 200.
Excited to announce the launch with Fractal’s 30 Polygon partners. Watch the video reveal👇 pic.twitter.com/VuIRThkof5
— Polygon Gaming (@PolygonGaming) January 24, 2023
Polygon co-founder Sandeep Nailwal commented:
“Fractal is slowly becoming a place to explore potential blockchain games. We intend to make 2023 the year to bring blockchain games to the masses.”
Launched at the end of 2021, Fractal is the primary and secondary trading market for NFTs in the blockchain game on Solana, an aspect that Justin Kan considers to be extremely potential but untapped. However, as the Solana network experienced major upheavals in 2022 due to the collapse of the FTX exchange and saw many other projects leave, Fractal decided to expand its operations in search of new opportunities.
Fractal once raised $35 million with backing from a16z and Animoca Brands.