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Animoca Brands’ subsidiary mobile play-to-earn game GAMEE has partnered with Cool Cats NFT collection to drop Hexa-based numbered tile game “Cool Cats Combinations.” The game launches on September 8 on GAMEE’s mobile gaming platform, Arc8. Arc8 (“arcadeverse”) connects gamers, brands, and game developers in the virtual gaming space.
After the launch, GAMEE will organize three separate tournaments for Cool Cats, Cool Pets NFT holders, and Arc8 players. Winners will receive rewards: three Cool Cats NFTs, 60 Cool Cat G-Bot Starter NFTs, 30 Cool Cats merchandise packs, and 10,000 MATIC tokens, as Polygon is the partner of the NFT gaming tournament. G-Bot NFTs grant access to games on Arc8.
GAMEE is becoming more involved with NFTs. Last month, the gaming platform partnered with Animoca Brands’ NFT marketplace Quidd to drop a series of NFT-gated tournaments with QUIDD token rewards. The collaboration with Cool Cats continues GAMEE’s journey into the interoperability of NFTs and cross-community gaming.
“We’re excited to partner with GAMEE on this fun and interactive campaign. It will allow us to not only combine our communities but amplify the Cool Cats brand from within the Web3 space and beyond,” said Evan Luza, the co-founder of Cool Cats.
The CEO of GAMEE, Bozena Rezab, also commented in a press release:
“GAMEE is delighted to be partnering with Cool Cats – an iconic brand in the world of NFTs, and we are really excited to bring together the Arc8 and Cool Cats communities. Adding an additional play-and-earn utility to NFTs from other projects, games, or ecosystems has always been the core idea of Arc8.”
In April, GAMEE partnered with Manchester City Football Club to bring football-themed blockchain games to Arc8. Meanwhile, Cool Cats have collaborated with several brands, companies, and celebrities. The popular NFT collection has recently entered The Sandbox metaverse.
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