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Shiba Inu Games Partners with Australia’s Largest Video Game Developer, Making SHIB More Useful than Dogecoin

In the space of meme coins, there has been intense competition between two pioneering meme coins (DOGE) and one that is rapidly rising (SHIB).

Dogecoin ranks higher than Shiba Inu for market cap but the Shiba Army is now able to boast of a new partnership.

Shiba enters Blockchain Gaming

After announcing a massive token burn to prepare its entrance into blockchain gaming and the trillion-dollar metaverse, the Shiba Inu Games has announced a partnership with Australia’s largest video game developer, PlaySide Studios.

Shiba Inu Games exists as an independent entity but is part of larger Shiba ecosystem.

According to the announcement, the partnership aims to develop a new game over the next eight months that is based on a collection of non-fungible tokens, “Shiboshi” – a multiplayer Collectable Card Game (CCG).

Here is a portion from the studio press statement.

PlaySide will produce, design, engineer, art and user interface services for Shiba Inu Games regarding a new title. This agreement is valid for an 8-month duration.
Shiboshi’s launch is planned for early 2023 by Shiba Games. Additionally, Shiboshi’s multiplayer game will launch on multiple platforms and a special focus on mobile devices.


  • These developments are promising, but Shiba Inu’s (SHIB), continues to perform poorly despite its promise. The token’s value is down almost 60% from the peak.

What are the reasons to care?

The Shiba Inu community is looking to improve the project’s use cases and take over the mobile games space over the next year.


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Mike covers the financial, utilities and biotechnology sectors for Street Register. He has been writing about investment and personal finance topics for almost 12 years. Mike has an MBA in Finance from Wake Forest University.