GMonsters and MIXI bringing Fight League games to Ronin

Japanese entertainment and game company GMonsters has set forth to bring three games from the Fight League franchise to Ronin. Supported by mobile game publisher MIXI – which is the owner of the Fight League IP – GMonsters will launch games featuring both new and original IPs on Sky Mavis’ Ronin network, starting with a series of three Fight League games.

Its debut title will be Fight League Survivor, which is described as a roguelike arcade game. It’s strategy-based with fighters and chips providing buffs, and includes weekly challenges and prizes to incentivise players. Ronin users will be able to join Fight League Survivor’s closed beta sometime during Q1 2024.

Set out in the roadmap is also an NFT drop of Survivor Genesis Fighters in Q1 2024, while later, in Q2 2024, the company plans to roll out UGC features for Fight League Survivor.

The other two titles currently in development are PvP turn-based card game Fight League Medallion and loot-collecting ARPG Fight League Missions.

MIXI is best known for Monster Strike, which has grossed over $10 billion and attracted 61 million players, while the GMonsters team has worked on titles such as Crossy Road, Ski Safari, Plant vs Zombies 2, and Sonic Dash 2.

Sky Mavis CEO and co-founder Trung Nguyen commented, “In partnering with GMonsters we’re uniting with pioneers who share our passion for innovative gaming. MIXI’s established presence in Japan and GMonsters’ demonstrated expertise in IP and interactive entertainment plays a pivotal role in Ronin’s long-term strategy.”

GMonsters CEO and co-founder Jia Shen commented, “What excites us most about the Ronin and Axie Infinity ecosystems is the expansive community of passionate gamers, the robust marketing support across various channels to reach more gamers, and the presence of a professional team with an international background, akin to ours.”

“The Sky Mavis team has firsthand experience on how to successfully scale web3 games and create infrastructure to meet the demands of a mass audience and this knowledge is invaluable to us. We are excited to incorporate web3 technology into our Fight League IP to provide a new means of communication,” added MIXI producer Tatsuya Abe.

Stay up to date via the Fight League website.


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