SA Cricketer AB de Villiers Announces His Partnership With Myria Games
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SA Cricketer AB de Villiers Announces His Partnership With Myria Games

SA Cricketer AB de Villiers Announces His Partnership With Myria Games. South African Cricketer AB de Villiers took to Instagram to announce that he has partnered with Myria Games in order to build his own mobile cricket game on Myria Game’s L2 blockchain.

The post read, “I’ve had some strong partnerships in cricket… today I’m adding @myriagames to that list! I’m joining forces with Myria to build my mobile cricket game on their L2 blockchain 🚀 Head to the link for a chance to win my exclusive NFTs 🔗 https://partnership.myria.com/ABD” It will be the first celebrity-backed mobile cricket game that integrates blockchain play-and-earn features such as NFTs. AB de Villiers’ vision is to create a fun, casual mobile cricket game that mirrors the thrill of playing cricket on the field, and take it to the next level with blockchain technology.

Myria Games also took to Instagram to share how honoured they are to partner with the legendary cricketer. It’s post read, “We’re honoured to announce our partnership with the legendary cricketer @ABdeVilliers17, to build an exciting play-and-earn mobile cricket game on the Myria platform!! 🏏 When the leading innovator in cricket joins forces with the leading innovator in blockchain gaming… greatness is born 🤝 Register for updates and for a chance to win exclusive AB de Villiers NFTs at https://myria.com/cricket”

With de Villiers’ internationally renowned status, a social media following of 39 million, and devoted fan base that spans the globe, AB de Villiers could have taken his pick from any game development studio. He chose to work with Myria due to the company’s innovative infrastructure, and dedication to empowering players and pushing the blockchain gaming space forward. But most importantly, it was the company’s team’s stellar experience in building blockbuster games and its commitment to building fun, high-quality games that won him over, since that is his number one priority in developing the game.

By Thomas Chiothamisi
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