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Dreams Quest, a diversified entertainment company, announced its integration with Arbitrum Nova. This integration will provide players with frictionless access and ownership of their game inventory and player accounts on the leading layer-2 blockchain ecosystem.

The integration of Origins: The Fall of Azoria, a mobile Web2 game being developed by Dreams Quest, will provide players with the first of its kind innovation and integration from mobile to blockchain, challenging the traditional gaming market. Players will be able fully own their game assets by way of a technical bridge to the Arbitrum Nova layer-2 blockchain network.

This technical integration is the first of its kind, enabling players to play Origins on their mobiles or tablets without requiring them to interact with any Web3 components during gameplay. Backend processes will enable the players to receive their game assets onto the blockchain without any user confirmations required. Their ownership remains on the blockchain, enabling players to retrieve and trade items separately from the game while giving them unique ownership of their accounts and items.

This undertaking has taken two years to develop the core mobile game along with the integration on the blockchain, providing users with a seamless user experience. The typical restrictions that are required to confirm every transaction has been resolved in the backend of the game infrastructure, giving players the ability to receive their assets and accounts without any user interaction.

Steve Good, CEO of Dreams Quest, said:

“As a new studio and games developer, innovation and building a technical moat is a critical path toward our success. For too long, the games market has restricted player access to account ownership. We must ensure that we challenge the status quo through innovation, by allowing our players to own, sell, buy, trade and gift their game inventory, loot, skins and accounts unlike the major game producers in the market.”

Dreams Quest is at the forefront of innovation to create both technical solutions as well as create mythological and spiritual content to inspire audiences to see the world differently, or as it really is.

About Dreams Quest

Dreams Quest is a diversified entertainment company building fantasy and dream-like content that is both breathtaking and adventurous, driving the soul to learn and explore even more.

Origins: The Fall of Azoria, is the first instalment of an open-world, action-adventure roleplaying game. Players will be confronted with a world fast deteriorating, and an existential threat facing Azoria that must be resolved. Players will face a variety of conflicts and must learn how to interact with the natural world to repair and heal what is broken.

Dreams Quest is building a unique world through mythology and story, whose sole purpose is to share ancient knowledge, to awaken the soul and to re-teach methods of healing and growth long since forgotten. The company is developing a range of content including film, TV, music and games.








About Arbitrum

The Arbitrum Foundation: The Arbitrum Foundation, founded in March 2023, supports and grows the Arbitrum network and its community with secure scaling solutions for Ethereum. The foundation supports the governance structure as well as the Arbitrum technology stack.

Arbitrum Nova: Arbitrum Nova is a leading Ethereum layer-2 scaling solution developed by Offchain Labs. An AnyTrust solution, Arbitrum Nova is ideal for gaming, metaverse and socialfi projects, enabling instant confirmation and transactions costing less than $0.01 with minimal trust assumptions. Since August 2022, Arbitrum Nova has been the home for Reddit community token holders from r/Cryptocurrency and r/FortniteBR.

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