Fractal was founded by Justin Kan, co-founder of Twitch, and provides game developers with the necessary tools to help them solve their most pressing blockchain and infrastructure needs.
The platform’s product suite, F Studio will also be available on Polygon including its launchpad, marketplace, tournaments, developer SDK, game launcher and Sign-in with Fractal service.
Sandeep Nailwal, co-founder of Polygon Foundation, said, “Fractal has emerged as a crucial hub for the discovery of blockchain games. By teaming up with Fractal and combining their impressive suite of developer tools with our own, we aim to make 2023 the year we bring Web3 gaming to the mass market.”
The partnership will also see Fractal work with 30 of Polygon Lab’s top titles such as Aether Games, Champions Ascension, Phantom Galaxies, Life Beyond, Sunflower Land, Blast Royale, and League of Kingdoms.
Building the future
Robin Chan, co-founder of Fractal said, “Inspired by Justin’s learnings from founding Twitch, Fractal’s mission has been to relentlessly support Web3 game developers with everything they need to build the future of gaming. From user acquisition to blockchain tooling to financial infrastructure, we put the framework in place so they can focus on successful game development. Partnering with Polygon Labs’ own efforts to provide a high-performance environment to its community will bring this future forward even faster.”
Both Fractal and Polygon Labs will also launch a campaign of tournaments as well as game-centric activations leading up to GDC (Game Developers Conference) from March 20-24, 2023.