Autonomous Worlds, the company behind the Xaya blockchain gaming platform, has signed a strategic partnership with Polygon to bring decentralized gaming infrastructure to Polygon’s Ethereum sidechain.
The partnership will see Autonomous Worlds integrate Xaya into Polygon’s Ethereum-compatible sidechain, in addition to the existing Xaya blockchain. Xaya’s technology is blockchain-agnostic, utilizing L2 networks to provide a highly scalable environment for building blockchain games. Central to the Xaya platform is the CHI token, which has been deployed on Polygon as Wrapped CHI as well.
Games built with Xaya are fully immersive and unlimited in their capabilities, relying on blockchain to secure accounts and guarantee provably fair outcomes. Through Xaya’s Game Channels technology, a variant of state-channels optimized for gaming, the blockchain can fully support real-time games with instant settlement and unlimited transaction capability.
The partnership with Polygon enables a broader reach and easier access to Xaya-powered games. After high gas fees all but drove out blockchain games out of Ethereum, combining a highly scalable sidechain with the Xaya framework vastly increases the scalability potential and reach of blockchain gaming.
“We’re excited to bring our vision of deep economics and complex gameplay to the Polygon blockchain,” said Xaya co-founder Andy Colosimo. “Following the growth of DeFi and NFTs, we believe blockchain gaming will be the next big opportunity to take blockchain mass market. Our partnership with Polygon will only accelerate that trend.”
Polygon co-founder Sandeep Nailwal adds: “We’re certain the combination of Polygon’s high-performance blockchain and Xaya’s experience in the field of decentralized games will result in fascinating new experiences to further boost this quickly evolving sector.”