Meta0 and Polygon strike a deal that will advance web3 development

Urvit Goel, Head of Global Games Business Development at Polygon Studios

Meta0, a blockchain startup that connects metaverses and blockchain ecosystems through a Layer 0 protocol, announced an official partnership with Polygon. Polygon is one of the most cost-effective EVM-based blockchains, and also a favorite choice amongst game developers.

What does the partnership mean for the industry?

By partnering with Polygon, Meta0 will provide game devs with all of the advantages of the Polygon platform: low fees, a big user community and a vast decentralized apps (dapp) ecosystem with which to integrate. The Polygon network has grown over 400% this year, boasting just over 37,000 decentralized dapps — with 74% of teams integrated on Polygon.

The network is fast becoming the de facto platform for Web3 gaming, working with the likes of Ubisoft, Atari, Animoca, Decentraland, Somnium Space, Sandbox, and Aavegotchi etc.

Founded by the former global head of TikTok‘s strategy and gaming unit, Jason Fung, Meta0 provides the tools game developers need to easily reach players on every blockchain while also spending less time, money and personnel on the development process itself.

As a one-stop shop for game developers, they remove the complexities of blockchain integration by providing intuitive API and SDK-based solutions that offer cross-chain support.

What were the executives’ thoughts on the partnership?

Urvit Goel, Head of Global Games Business Development at Polygon Studios, said: “Meta0 exemplifies the composability required of a metaverse and gaming platform. Polygon’s developer toolset and established Blockchain Gaming ecosystem pair well with Meta0’s tech, and we’re thrilled to partner to advance Web3 development, adoption, and interoperability.”

“We couldn’t be more excited to announce this partnership with Polygon. This is another significant step in expanding Meta0’s offering of blockchain interoperability and access to more gamers for game devs everywhere who want to make the best Web3 gaming experiences,” commented Ricardo Rodrigues, Head of Global Partnerships at Meta0.