‘Soul Saver’ with a ghost IP signs a strategic partnership with ‘Alibaba Cloud’
Soul Saver, developed based on the ghost IP, has signed a strategic partnership with Alibaba Cloud, the digital technology and intelligence hub of Alibaba Group.
‘Soul Saver’ is a mobile blockchain idle-type game developed based on the IP of a representative online RPG game of ‘Mgame,’ a large game publishing company listed in Korea. Based on the ‘ghost IP,’ it maximizes fun in strategic battles and boss battles that combine various martial arts, and features unique contents that connect online and offline via as daily quests and VIP systems.
At the ‘Alibaba Cloud Summit 2022’ held in Phuket, Thailand in September, ‘Alibaba Cloud’ unveiled a new product that supports technological innovation of enterprises and announced that it will strengthen customer support services throughout the customer’s digitalization journey. It also announced an investment plan of about $1 billion to improve the global partner ecosystem. More than 300 Alibaba Cloud customers and partners worldwide, including Accenture and Tiger Brokers attend the event.
The MOU between ‘Alibaba Cloud’ and ‘Soul Saver’ was signed at ‘Alibaba Cloud Summit 2022’. The presentation of ‘Soul Saver’ drew a positive response from the local market, and Selina Yuan, Alibaba Cloud Intelligence International President, attended the event and expressed Alibaba’s will of mutual cooperation. Soul Saver will target the Southeast Asian market via networking support from Alibaba Cloud and its customers.
‘Soul Saver’, which has received lots of attention from the media and users for its ‘ghost’ IP, solid infrastructure, and unique content from the official service launch, is building a P&E model differentiated from existing blockchain games and announced that it would introduce services developed based on the original and popular P&E games that anyone of all ages can enjoy easily and comfortably.
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