Immutable has forged an association with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to carry out the necessary changes to the Blockchain gaming framework and make it more effective for developers. Through this joining hands, Immutable will gain the opportunity to have access to AWS’s technical expertise, along with the required backing. This will help the company further its potential in Blockchain gaming.
Immutable, a Blockchain gaming company, is releasing its Ethereum Layer 2 upgrade solution and will engage with a multitude of prospective game studio partners via AWS.
Immutable has teamed up with Amazon’s Independent Software Vendors (ISV) Accelerate initiative, which provides backing as well as the benefits of connecting with AWS sellers internationally. This will provide Immutable with the option of getting connected to seasoned resources from AWS for getting potential customers and finalizing negotiations with prime game studios globally.
In the words of a spokesperson from Immutable, he highly regards the ISV Accelerate initiative, whose entry requires fulfilling a severe process.
In order to associate with AWS Immutable, one must fulfill certain requirements, such as the inking of a non-disclosure agreement, getting familiar with a business review, and having a minimum of $350,000 in AWS revenue via the associate network for 12 months. No direct fees are charged. On the other hand, in spite of the association, Amazon will not get access to Immutable X’s conventional token, IMX.
In the case of game developers using Immutable, they will have the option of participating in AWS Activate. This initiative offers technical help, as well as referral options, reaching $100,000 in the form of AWS credits.
According to the Head of Sales at AWS, John Kearney, Web3 gaming is witnessing significant growth with regards to sub-sectors of the Blockchain space and attracting hordes of gamers globally.
AWS is famous for its flexible cloud computing services. In the scenario of Blockchain gaming, the company offers a compatible framework that allows game studios to control multiple user loads as well as in-game functions. Ava Labs inked a deal with AWS in January 2023 to further Blockchain acceptance, targeting businesses, institutions, and governments.