Bit Fry Game Studios recently partnered with industry leading Web3 gaming platform ImmutableX to make Infinite Victory the first “Portfolio” game in the IMX ecosystem.
Bit Fry Game Studios launched the worlds-first game franchise of arcade sports titles with total athlete crossover into all sports of players from all major American professional sports leagues. Ultimate Rivals titles included hockey and basketball with licensed athletes from the NBA, NFL, MLB, NHL, WWE, and USWNT.
Infinite Victory will bring the backbone of Ultimate Rivals games inside a single universe with P2E, UGC driven collectibles, and utility NFTs.
Previously Released NHL Arcade Sports Title
The first NHL video game to bring licensed athletes from the Big Four major professional sports leagues onto the ice.
Previously Released NBA Arcade Sports Title
The first NBA video game to bring licensed athletes from the Big Four major professional sports leagues onto the court.
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Bit Fry Game Studios will bring the backbone of Ultimate Rivals games inside a single universe with P2E, UGC driven collectibles, and utility NFTs.
By bringing together P2E and NFT collectibles with utility to unlock in game athletes combined with the time-tested play loops of games like Blades of Steel, Tecmo Bowl, RBI Baseball, NBA Jam, and NFL Blitz. We will bring fans of all ages together to live out their ultimate sports fantasies.
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