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San Francisco, California, June 18th, 2024, Chainwire

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Developers on SKALE Can Now Leverage Unity’s World-Class Services for Premier Web3 Game Development

Today, SKALE Labs, the gas-less EVM-compatible blockchain designed for secure Ethereum scaling, has announced they have joined Unity’s publisher support program. Unity is the world’s leading platform of tools for creators to build and grow real-time games, apps, and experiences across multiple platforms. The program will empower gaming developers with enhanced support services, enabling them to leverage Unity’s game development platform to the fullest extent while unleashing the full power of web3 gaming on SKALE’s gas-less blockchain architecture.

“The games and development that have come out of Unity over the years are second to none, and we’re thrilled to be the first blockchain partner to participate in the Publisher Support Program,” said Jack O’Holleran, Co-Founder and CEO of SKALE Labs. “We believe our developers deserve the best, and Unity gives our ecosystem access to unmatched gaming resources. With this collaboration, SKALE Labs asserts its dedication to gaming and gamers.”

With 1.2M monthly active users on its platform, Unity has defined the standard of gaming development. The Publisher Support Program provides unparalleled support to SKALE developers which includes:

  • Deploying success plans to development studios with dedicated project managers who will act as strategic advisors.
  • Providing guidance and best practices to accelerate project development.
  • Assisting with bug handling and project reviews while supporting technical art and architecture, coding, and performance.
“We are thrilled that Unity's publisher support services will now empower SKALE developers to confidently build secure and immersive gaming experiences, reducing game development costs and time to market,” said Andrew Boushie, Client Partnerships at Unity. “We look forward to supporting and providing resources to the next generation of game developers.”

The flexible programs will enable SKALE Labs to strategically support development studios by efficiently providing the assistance they require to overcome obstacles and stay on track. Each SKALE project will be given a success plan with allocated points for different services. Each success plan is custom-built for each project with one Project Review and one Accelerator sprint among other services. 

For more information, users can visit SKALE.space.

About SKALE

SKALE Labs is the foundation behind SKALE Network, a gas-less EVM-compatible modular blockchain, which is designed to provide a world-class experience for builders of games, AI, SocialFi, and web3 applications. As of Q1 2024, SKALE Network serves over 10 million monthly active users and saves billions in monthly gas fees with its innovative modular architecture. SKALE Chains feature high performance, zero gas fees, enhanced security, and instant finality, making them ideal for a wide range of decentralized applications. With a commitment to driving the mass adoption of Web3 technologies, SKALE empowers developers and businesses to build scalable, efficient, and user-centric blockchain applications. On the SKALE network, developers can deploy their own EVM-compatible blockchain by unlocking advanced features such as AI/ML smart contracts, on-chain file storage, interchain messaging, and zero-cost minting. Harmonizing speed, security, and decentralization, SKALE Labs was founded in 2018 by Jack O’Holleran and Stan Kladko, PhD. 


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