Enjin’s Revamped Spark Program: Fueling Web3 Game Development

Enjin, a leader in blockchain gaming technology, has officially relaunched the Enjin Spark Program, initially introduced in 2019. The program, which initially attracted over 125 games to the Enjin ecosystem, is being reintroduced with enhanced features to support developers in the burgeoning Web3 games market.

Enhanced Support and Benefits for Developers

The revamped Spark Program now offers substantial benefits designed to reduce costs and increase visibility for developers. These include Fuel Tanks backed by up to 10,000 ENJ, which provide top adopters with 200,000 free transactions to streamline project development. 

Additionally, participants will benefit from 10,000 free transfers via Enjin Beam, Enjin’s QR-powered NFT distribution system. These features aim to reduce the entry barriers for new developers and enhance the viability of their projects within the Enjin ecosystem.

Developers participating in the program can also expect to receive featured placements on NFT.io, priority support through Enjin’s private Slack, and access to multiverse items that can be utilized across different games and apps. Moreover, they will be able to join an exclusive collab network on Slack, facilitating partnerships with service providers and other projects to accelerate their growth. 

Marketing assistance is also provided, offering strategic advice and amplification to extend their reach within the competitive Web3 space.

“Limitless possibilities of Web3”

Rene Stefancic, Chief Operating Officer of Atlas Development Services and a core contributor to the Enjin Blockchain expressed enthusiasm about the relaunch: “Together with Enjin’s robust Web3 gaming technology stack, we are confident the Spark Program will attract a new wave of developers, fostering growth in the Enjin Ecosystem. The feedback from the program’s early adopters is inspiring, and we’re excited to open the door for new members of the ecosystem.”

The program’s impact is underscored by the success of its original members from 2019, such as Lost Relics, The Six Dragons, and Kingdom Karnage, which have become leading games in the Web3 industry. Enjin continues to welcome games, apps, and projects of all sizes, reinforcing its status as a premier gaming ecosystem.

Savvas Lazopolous, CEO of BlockPegnio and developer behind The Six Dragons highlighted the program’s benefits: “The unique features of Enjin Blockchain, including managed wallets and fuel tanks, enable us to introduce traditional Web2 gamers to the limitless possibilities of Web3.”

As Enjin forges ahead, the Spark Program is a vital initiative, equipping developers with the tools and support needed to succeed and innovate in the fast-evolving Web3 gaming landscape.


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