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Seamless Migration: Pixels Set to Move from Polygon to Ronin Blockchain Network for Enhanced Web3 Gaming Experience

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The Web3 Game Pixels Moves to Ronin Blockchain Network


The Web3 game Pixels will migrate from Polygon to the Ronin blockchain network operated by Sky Mavis. This move is significant as Pixels is currently the top game on the Polygon platform. It also indicates that Ronin has successfully recovered from a previous hacking incident.

Sky Mavis and Ronin

Sky Mavis, the maker of Axie Infinity, a popular blockchain game, is the operator of the Ronin blockchain network. Axie Infinity has been a major contributor to the success of blockchain games in 2021, generating over $1.3 billion in revenue and $4 billion in trading volume. Ronin offers several advantages for game developers, including lower gas fees, marketing and advisory support, and access to the Mavis hub, which is Ronin’s distribution platform for Web3 games.

About Ronin

Ronin is a blockchain network specifically designed for gaming, built on the Ethereum virtual machine. It has successfully scaled to accommodate millions of daily active users. In March, Sky Mavis opened Ronin to game studios, allowing them to leverage Sky Mavis products and experience to create successful Web3 games. Several game studios, including Directive Games, Tribes, Bali Games,, SkyVu, and Zillion Whales, have already announced their plans to build on Ronin.

About Pixels

Pixels is an open-ended social browser game set in a world of farming and exploration. Players can gather resources, advance skills, build relationships, and embark on quests. It is currently the No. 1 Web3 game on Polygon, with over 1.5 million monthly on-chain transactions, 100,000+ monthly active wallets, and 5,000 daily active users.

Quotes from the CEOs

“Sky Mavis is the only company that has achieved scale in Web3 gaming, so partnering with the team and migrating to Ronin, naturally made a lot of sense,” said Luke Barwikowski, CEO of “Collaborating with a team that operates not on assumptions, but hands-on, proven experience was a no-brainer. Migrating to Ronin and leveraging their wisdom simply felt like the next logical step in our journey.”

“After Axie Infinity, Pixels is the second most popular Web3 game by real users,” said Aleksander Larsen, COO of Sky Mavis. “We are thrilled to welcome the team to Ronin and offer them our infrastructure and technology. This deal is also a big value add for our community, and Pixels’ open world allows for NFT collections to have their own spaces. In the future, we envision a world where our community has the opportunity to build an Axie space, enabling more social interaction.”


The migration of Pixels from Polygon to the Ronin blockchain network is a significant move for both the game and the blockchain industry. It showcases the growth and potential of Web3 gaming and highlights the benefits of leveraging specialized blockchain networks like Ronin. With the support of Sky Mavis and the Ronin infrastructure, Pixels is poised for continued success in the Web3 gaming space.

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