Sega Embraces Web3 Gaming Through Finschia Partnership


Sega Singapore, a subsidiary of the well-known Japanese entertainment giant Sega, has recently announced a strategic partnership with Finschia to explore opportunities in the rapidly evolving world of Web3 gaming.

Embracing the Potential of Web3 Gaming

With the increasing popularity and potential of blockchain technology and decentralized gaming, Sega has recognized the importance of venturing into this space. Through its partnership with Finschia, Sega will have access to the Finschia network and actively participate in protocol governance.

Initially hesitant about Web3 gaming due to concerns about protecting their intellectual properties, Sega’s co-Chief Operating Officer Shuji Utsumi has now acknowledged the innovative possibilities that Web3 and blockchain technology can bring to the gaming industry. This shift in stance shows Sega’s willingness to embrace new technologies and adapt to changing player dynamics.

Exploring New Gaming Possibilities

By collaborating with Finschia, Sega aims to transition some of its well-established gaming franchises into the Web3 space. This includes exploring exciting opportunities such as players owning in-game assets and potentially earning through gaming. This shift in player engagement dynamics could bring a whole new level of excitement to Sega’s games.

To truly understand and harness the potential of Web3 gaming, Sega Singapore is actively contributing to the Finschia network by operating a node and engaging in protocol governance. This hands-on approach showcases Sega’s commitment to exploring and utilizing the power of Web3 and blockchain technology in gaming.

Building on Previous Efforts

This is not Sega’s first foray into blockchain gaming. In fact, before partnering with Finschia, Sega had already licensed its Sangokushi Taisen franchise to Double Jump Tokyo, a game that integrated Web3 elements using Oasys, a gaming-focused blockchain. This early effort further solidifies Sega’s interest in exploring the potential of Web3 gaming.

Sega’s partnership with Finschia and active participation in the Finschia network governance is just one example of how established entertainment entities are recognizing and leveraging the potential of Web3 and blockchain technologies. As these technologies continue to evolve and transform the gaming industry, we can expect to see more collaborations like this in the future.


With Sega’s decision to venture into Web3 gaming through their partnership with Finschia, it is clear that the potential of blockchain technology and decentralized gaming cannot be ignored. Sega’s willingness to embrace new technologies and adapt to changing player dynamics reflects a broader trend in the industry. 

As we continue to see advancements in Web3 and blockchain gaming, Sega’s move serves as an exciting glimpse into the future of gaming. So, it can be said that this partnership between Sega and Finschia is a promising one for the future of Web3 gaming. Hence, it will be interesting to see how their collaboration unfolds and what new gaming possibilities it will bring to players around the world.  

Source : NFT News Today / Jan 22, 2024 logo


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