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[https://decrypt.co/51043/atari-wants-developers-use-brand-build-blockchain-game](https://decrypt.co/51043/atari-wants-developers-use-brand-build-blockchain-game) Retro gaming company Atari has partnered with Enjin to enable developers to create Enjin-powered games using its brand and IP. The deal, which includes Atari IPs such as Pong, Breakout and Asteroids, will begin with a range of sports games that will go live in 2021.
[https://decrypt.co/51043/atari-wants-developers-use-brand-build-blockchain-game](https://decrypt.co/51043/atari-wants-developers-use-brand-build-blockchain-game) Retro gaming company Atari has partnered with Enjin to enable developers to create Enjin-powered games using its brand and IP. The deal, which includes Atari IPs such as Pong, Breakout and Asteroids, will begin with a range of sports games that will go live in 2021.
[https://decrypt.co/51043/atari-wants-developers-use-brand-build-blockchain-game](https://decrypt.co/51043/atari-wants-developers-use-brand-build-blockchain-game) Retro gaming company Atari has partnered with Enjin to enable developers to create Enjin-powered games using its brand and IP. The deal, which includes Atari IPs such as Pong, Breakout and Asteroids, will begin with a range of sports games that will go live in 2021.
[https://decrypt.co/51043/atari-wants-developers-use-brand-build-blockchain-game](https://decrypt.co/51043/atari-wants-developers-use-brand-build-blockchain-game) Retro gaming company Atari has partnered with Enjin to enable developers to create Enjin-powered games using its brand and IP. The deal, which includes Atari IPs such as Pong, Breakout and Asteroids, will begin with a range of sports games that will go live in 2021.
[https://decrypt.co/51043/atari-wants-developers-use-brand-build-blockchain-game](https://decrypt.co/51043/atari-wants-developers-use-brand-build-blockchain-game) Retro gaming company Atari has partnered with Enjin to enable developers to create Enjin-powered games using its brand and IP. The deal, which includes Atari IPs such as Pong, Breakout and Asteroids, will begin with a range of sports games that will go live in 2021.
>"Retro gaming company Atari has partnered with blockchain platform Enjin to encourage developers to build games using its token."
>"Retro gaming company Atari has partnered with blockchain platform Enjin to encourage developers to build games using its token."
>"Retro gaming company Atari has partnered with blockchain platform Enjin to encourage developers to build games using its token."
>"Retro gaming company Atari has partnered with blockchain platform Enjin to encourage developers to build games using its token."
>"Retro gaming company Atari has partnered with blockchain platform Enjin to encourage developers to build games using its token."
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