Atari Casino Launches, With Virtual Party Hosted in Decentraland – BeInCrypto

Japanese video game company Atari, in association with Decentral Games, launched their cryptocurrency casino last night.
At the center of proceedings was DJ, record producer, and electronic musician Dillon Francis. One of the people behind the special NFTs auctioned off during the event.

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Gaming Giant Atari Doubles Down on Ethereum, Joins Decentraland | Crypto Briefing

Key Takeaways

Atari is joining the Ethereum-based virtual gaming world Decentraland.
Classic Atari games will be available to play, alongside new community-created games.
Atari’s cryptocurrency Atari Token will be used in the game.

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Video Game Trailblazer Atari Launches Ethereum Token | Crypto Briefing

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Atari Chief: ‘I’m a Big Supporter of the Blockchain’ – BeInCrypto

Atari CEO Frédéric Chesnais may not be into nostalgia, but the company’s public token sale has both gamers and cryptocurrency investors reminiscing both about video games and the ICO era.

The public Atari Token sale launched on Bitcoin.com Exchange today at $0.25 per token.

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Atari Chief Fred Chesnais Brings Gamers Back to the Future With Token – BeInCrypto

After following through with his promise to launch the Atari Token, the public sale for which is slated for Oct. 29,  CEO Fred Chesnais has shared his thoughts about the market opportunity with BeInCrypto.

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Atari’s New Crypto-Enabled Games Console to Launch Next Month

A pioneer of home video gaming, Atari, is preparing to launch its first hardware in over 20 years. The new Atari VCS will feature built-in cryptocurrency functionality.

Although the launch coincides with new consoles from industry heavyweights, Atari is hoping to appeal to a different market.

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