Sega partners with Double Jump for its first blockchain game

Sega announced it granted IP rights for the Sangokushi Taisen series to Double Jump Tokyo for a new blockchain game.
October 03, 2022 - Cynthia Chung

Japanese  gaming giant Sega announced a partnership with blockchain company Double Jump Tokyo to develop its first blockchain-based game based on Sega’s popular Sangokushi (Three Kingdoms)Taisen series.


The deal saw the Japanese gaming giant ink a deal with Double Jump Tokyo for IP rights to the new game series. The game will feature artwork from the Sangokushi Taisen series, which is played mostly in Japanese arcades. Players can ​​ collect physical cards which they can then place on the playing area to utilize in the game. 


The game will be built on Japanese blockchain project Oasys, ​​a proof-of-stake ‘chain structure optimised for games’ that supports NFTs. 


Sega made clear its commitment to gaming NFTs last year and has since formed a partnership with the Chinese mobile gaming industry via granting IP rights for its character Jinkie for two Sonic mobile games titled Sonic Dash and Sonic Dash 2: Boom. 


Sega also released Hatsune Miku: Colorful Stage!, which is a mobile rhythm and visual novel game, and became the first Hatsune Miku title to come to mobile.

Most recently, it filed a trademark for ‘Sega NFT’ in January 2022. 


Photo: Sega 


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