Atari is launching the new Atari Casino which will be powered by Decentral games. The platform will be launched in May and will permit users to play online casino games using cryptocurrencies.
The first community-owned, metaverse casino platform, Decentral games announced its partnership with video gaming giant Atari. The pair will launch the casino in May of this year.
Decentral Games is providing its users with a 3D, provably fair casino gaming experience via Ethereum-based virtual reality platform Decentraland. It’s now assuming an entirely unique dimension through its partnership with Atari.
It will feature a 20-parcel casino estate located in the Casino Quarter of Vegas City on Decentraland.
According to Decentral games, holders of its native DG token and the Decentral gaming community will benefit immensely from the incoming Atari Casino. About 88% of the profit will be allocated to its DG DAO Treasury. It reported last month that the DG DAO Treasury grew from $1.8 million USD to $2.4 million USD.
Users will be able to access the casino using MANA, DAI, and Atari’s native token, ATRI.
Decentral Games is looking to capitalize on the NFT frenzy by giving away exclusive NFT prizes during the launch of the Atari Casino. Platinum-selling DJ Dillon Francis is billed to perform at the launch.
It promised gamers that the casino introduces a “refreshed, modern-day encounter,” and has been opened to beta testing.
The new Atari partnership will enable users to stake their DG in the DAO governance contract. As a result, stakers will have the right to vote on decisions in the ecosystem just like other DG holders.
Surfacing reports claim that industry giants like Grayscale Investments are already backing the partnership. Founder and CEO of the Digital Currency Group, Barry Silbert, is also reportedly rooting for the project:
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