Catheon Gaming joins Quickload Accelerator as first

Sydney, Australia, June 27, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Catheon Gaming, the fastest growing integrated blockchain gaming and entertainment company, today announces its participation as the first Web3 publishing partner in the Quickload program Accelerator co-hosted by OGR, 34BigThings and Microsoft with [email protected]

The Quickload Accelerator program selects and accelerates 6-10 international teams for 6 months within OGR Tech facilities. During the program, startups benefit from mentorship, access to Quickload’s vast network of professionals and investors, and a workspace in the city of Turin, Italy. At the end of the program, startups have the opportunity to present their project to a selected pool of publishers and investors.

34BigThings has extensive knowledge in game production and development, being one of the largest game studios in Italy and part of the Embracer Group (formerly known as THQ Nordic AB), one of the largest game publishers in Sweden. The group has over 850 owned or controlled franchises, including Saints Row, Goat Simulator, Dead Island, World War Z, Borderlands and many more. While OGR Tech, Officine Grandi Riparazioni’s international innovation center, repurposed from former train repair shops, focuses on providing attendees with a host of resources and networks. The 12,000 m² of OGR. innovation center in Italy has helped more than 1,000 startups in total to catalyze more than 500 million euros in investments.

Being the program’s Web3 publishing partner gives Catheon Gaming priority access to early-stage projects mentored by industry veterans. Discover exciting new game studios and projects that are central to Catheon Gaming’s mission to help grow and evolve the blockchain gaming industry.

William Wu, Founder of Catheon Gaming said: “We are honored to be Quickload’s premier Web3 publishing partner of choice, working alongside industry leaders such as OGR Tech, 34BigThings and Microsoft with [email protected] This opportunity provides us with invaluable access to quality projects to bring to the blockchain. The partnership will go a long way in helping Catheon Gaming implement our vision of revolutionizing the way people play, live and earn.”

Tiziano Giardini, Program Director at Quickload, commented: “I am pleased to announce that Catheon Gaming is our Quickload Program Web3 Publishing Partner this year. We salute their blockchain expertise as a leader in blockchain gaming and their deep experience that will elevate participants’ projects to the next level.

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About Catheon Gaming

Catheon Gaming is the world’s fastest growing integrated blockchain gaming and entertainment company. The company’s flagship franchise, SolChicks, entered the market after successful fundraising from various venture capitalists, institutions and launch partners. The company brings technical, gaming and marketing expertise along with deep roots in the blockchain industry. The company’s strategy is to partner with leading game developers and intellectual property rights holders to incubate and launch “best-in-class” blockchain games and bring them to the widest possible audience.

For more information, visit: https://catheongaming.com

For media inquiries, please contact: media (at) catheongaming.com

About 34BigThings

Founded in 2013, 34BigThings is an admired video game development studio that creates high-end games for PC, consoles and mobile devices. Using the most advanced technologies on the market, the studio creates innovative gaming experiences that redefine genres and capture the imagination of gamers around the world and has released over 10 premium games across all major platforms to date. 34BigThings was acquired by Embracer Group through Saber Interactive in 2020.

For more information, please visit https://34bigthings.com.

For media inquiries, please contact: info (at) 34bigthings.com


        

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