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EverdreamSoft to participate at NASSCOM Game Developers Conference 2017

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Shaban Shaame and Nicolas Sierro from EverdreamSoft, a Switzerland-based company specialising in the development of mobile games and applications will be in India to participate at the NASSCOM Game Developers Conference in Hyderabad.

Shaban Shaame will conduct a masterclass at the  NASSCOM Game Developers Conference on « Blockchain in Gaming: Players’ true ownership and collection with gaming multi-assets and multi-games ecosystem.»

Details of the masterclass will be available shortly via the NASSCOM Game Developers Conference website.

EverdreamSoft will showcase their game Spell of Genesis and Book of Orbs at the Swiss Pavilion at the conference.

Spells of Genesis
Spells of Genesis is a fantasy tactical arcade game that skilfully blends strategic aspects of the genre with card collection and deck building. Its unique combat mechanisms will give you the thrills of epic battles and the emotions of a captivating gaming experience.

Book of Orbs
Book of Orbs (BOO) is the first mobile gaming wallet allowing you to collect and trade digital gaming assets on the blockchain via the Counterparty protocol. ORBs are named for BOO’s premise of pioneering “Ownership Revolution on the Blockchain”. The Bitcoin blockchain ensures digital scarcity and interoperability between games while offering true digital ownership to game players.

The Swiss Gaming Corner is being hosted as part of SIF70, the 70 Years of Swiss Indian Friendship initiative and is presented in partnership with swissnex India in collaboration with NASSCOM 

Graphics courtesy Swissnex India

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