Deesse raises $2 million in seed round funding for enjoy-to-earn NFT game

By Stan Peterson
December 7, 2021 Updated December 7, 2021

Blockchain-enabled enjoy-to-earn card placement game Deesse has officially announced that its early-round seed funding was closed, with a whopping $2 million raised. Investors in the round included Polygon Studio, Founder of Polygon, Republic capital, Metaverse money, AU21, Tron Foundation, and NGC, according to the report on Monday.

Deesse aims to disrupt the enjoy-to-earn ecosystem with a focus on sustainability and matured gaming tech/art support, building a enjoy-to-earn mobile game with RPG combats. Goddesses in Deesse are collectible NFTs that are an integral part of the gameplay. Players can form countless unique strategies based on Goddesses equipped with different weapons and equipment.

For future plans, Deesse’s roadmap starts with the community building and NFT sales, followed with a native cryptocurrency and will then extend to more assets, marketplace and cross-chain bridges, including layer 2 support.

“The long term vision for Deesse is to bring blockchain games outside of Japan by targeting the international market with the anime themed game. More importantly, creating a world-class game for anime lovers and allowing users to enjoy-to-earn while spending their favorite pastime is our mission.” Deesse’s founder stated.

Learn more about Deesse

Offical website:https://deesse.art/

Whitepaper:https://docs.deesse.art/

Twitter:https://twitter.com/deesse_2021

Telegram:http://t.me/deesse2021

Discord:https://discord.gg/z5vwS9UB

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