With a subscriber miss, ballooning costs, competitors circling and an existential need to produce more in-house hits, the dominant streamer may be starting to look a lot like — gasp! — one of the entertainment giants whose world it turned upside down.
These new partnerships with digitally focused innovators will help alleviate concerns from collectors about their investments, the company said, as well as allow artists to to prove limited numbers and potentially increase sales.
The tokenization of virtual in-game assets would create a provably limited supply. As a result, users might spend more, possibly even treating their in-game expenditures as investments.