Japanese firm's ops in Singapore rolling out regional e-gaming

Gaming specialist DEA will use its own blockchain platform

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Japanese gaming specialist Digital Entertainment Asset (DEA) has set up operations in Singapore to roll out regional online gaming - or e-gaming - that will run on its proprietary blockchain platform.

Founded by technopreneur Naohito Yoshida, DEA will use its PlayMining platform to offer regional gamers access to games and digital art collections as well as the ability to interact with Japanese manga characters.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on October 19, 2020, with the headline Japanese firm's ops in Singapore rolling out regional e-gaming. Subscribe