At 2 months of its ICO, ATARI in partnership with Marvel and the WAX ​​Blockchain – Cryptocurrencies

ATARI is the game changer, or even the blockchain, ATARI’s playground: puns are not lacking to describe the expansion of this video game giant in the blockchain universe. ATARI is currently deploying great resources to advance in the field of blockchain: the latest news is immediately after this article.

The conquest of the blockchain: child’s play for ATARI?

ATARI has partnered with WAX, a blockchain platform, for the creation of non-fungible tokens.

This announcement comes after another press release that said the CEO of ATARI, Frédéric Chesnais, would have joined the advisory committee of WAX which already has representatives of Google, Microsoft, Marvel games and Magic leap.

ATARI is well known in the video game world for classic titles like Pong, Space Invaders or Tetris.

Over the past 2 years, the expansion strategy ofATARI has clearly developed around the blockchain: the company plans to deploy 2 mobile games on the blockchain, RollerCoaster Tycoon Touchwhich has 19 million downloads – and Goon Squad.

An ICO coming soon

Earlier this year, ATARI announced its participation in the multiverse of The Sandbox (TSB) for the creation of a virtual theme park.

Presales organized by TSB have already sold virtual land valued at $ 1 million; the last would have brought in nearly 3,400 ETH, or nearly $ 800,000. Land located near the park ATARI would sell for a high price.

In addition, the development of the 2 tokens of ’ATARI, the token Pong and the token Atari, is taking its course.

The first will be used under an operator license at Kenya and the second, on the whole platform for online casinos but also for shopping and online betting. A ICO will be organized in September 2020 for the token Atari.


An additional partnership, an announced ICO: ATARI may work in the video games sector, the company is seriously working on its blockchain-oriented development. We are not going to say that cryptos are geeks, gamers glued to their screens. In short, me, a few years ago. Ah! The good old times !


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