Are you looking forward to new NFTs? Then we have great news because Enjin has partnered with Chiliz, which will use the Enjin platform to mint NFTs for their partners.
Chiliz is a serious company and boasts of collaborating with sports powerhouses like Juventus, Paris-Saint German, West Ham and many more. The new partnership will concern traditional sports and eSports as well. That said, two-time Dota 2 champions(OG) are also among Chiliz’s partners.
Commenting on the collaboration, Alexandre Dreyfus, CEO of Chiliz & Socios.com, said “We don’t like to re-invent the wheel, so partnering with leading companies that can provide value to our offer and the brands we are working for/with, is important for us. We’ve proven that we know how to work with IPs and focusing on fan engagement. We wanted to go to the next stage with proven tech, to allow us to focus on the consumer-facing part of the business.”
Maxim Blagov, Enjin CEO, said “Forged in digital entertainment, the Enjin ecosystem offers incredible opportunities to almost all industries and applications. As one of the earliest forms of entertainment, sports is a perfect fit for both our brand and our expanding collection of blockchain gamification use cases. We are delighted to collaborate with Chiliz and explore a new way to gamify sports and esports fan engagement, and we look forward to working with them to produce unique collectibles that fans can cherish and enjoy.”
On a roll
To remind, Enjin is the leading blockchain project for gaming. It has over 50 games on its platform and many more to come. Companies such as Microsoft, Binance and many others have used Enjin to mint their NFTs.
Witek Radomski, CTO and co-founder of Enjin, was the first to introduce the ERC-1155 protocol. This protocol is now an accepted Ethereum token and has become the standard for minting NFTs. All Chiliz NFTs will uphold the same standard. Chiliz collectibles will also be freely traded in the Enjin marketplace and will be purchasable with ENJ and CHZ.
That’s not all. Get ready for another upcoming partnership this month as Chiliz aims to have 50 IPs by year-end.