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Taki Games Merges with Unite, Launches Liquidity Pools On Polygon

Web 3 mobile gaming network Taki Games has announced expansion into the Polygon network and the completion of its merger with Unite. As part of the merger, Unite CEO Weiwei Geng will be taking over the reins as Taki Games CEO. In addition, TAKI has launched new pools through partnerships with top Polygon DEX Quickswap.

The scope of the expansion

Taki Games made a strong statement on Polygon, having acquired over 1 million users through its web3 social product. Kungfuverse, a prominent web3 and NFT project, was created by Unite, and Taki Games has merged with them as part of their expansion into the Polygon network.  Joining Polygon, positions Taki games strategically to promote the development of TAKI-powered mobile games and accelerate the merging of web2 and web3 gaming.

With more than 5 million downloads across all mobile platforms, Taki Games is a leading provider of free-to-play games, and it uses its native TAKI tokens to reward participants.  Taki Games has teamed up with Quickswap to create deep liquidity to back the launch of TAKI on Polygon. Having a dedicated liquidity pool will enable Taki’s bridged token to be easily transferred between Polygon and Solana. This has been actualised through the creation of a TAKI/MATIC pool.

Unite merger, Taki has invested in two popular mobile games, Bored Button and Mom’s Kitchen. The investment comprised of cash and TAKI. While Mom’s Kitchen has 150,000 downloads and 8,000 MAUs, Bored Button has been installed over 5 million times and had more than 200,000 monthly active users.  With the launch of TAKI on Quickswap, Polygon users may now freely trade the token, create liquidity, and access the web3 games it powers.