Xaya Q1 2022 Update

  • Xaya integration for EVM-based blockchains (such as Polygon)
  • Xaya Accounts Contract deployment on Polygon with security audit
  • Metamask working with Xaya games
  • Game Channels improvements and working on Polygon
  • Game Channels have been tested and working on Polygon through Xayaships
  • Rebranding of Soccer Manager Elite (including new website)
  • New SME read-only web version now open to public
  • Treat Fighter

Xaya EVM integration

Xaya EVM integration has been finalized and it is possible for developers to build games on EVM chains to take advantage of the various Xaya technologies to create their own fully decentralised game worlds.

Xaya Naming Contract on Polygon

Xaya’s Naming Contract is ready to be deployed on Polygon and has been audited by Solidified. This allows developers to launch games on Polygon so they can take advantage of the various technologies Xaya brings to the space, such as the ability to run games entirely without servers.


Metamask has been tested with registering names and updating those names values, which is essentially making moves in Xaya games.

Game Channels

With respect to some of the core Xaya technologies, Game Channels have been improved and have been tested working on EVM chains with Xaya X.


Combined with the above infrastructure, this allows putting the Xayaships tech demo fully on Polygon. Further updates and a public release are forthcoming. Anyone interested in viewing the code can find the appropriate branch here:

Soccer Manager Elite Rebranding

In order to better reflect the evolving crypto environment and direction of Xaya, Soccer Manager Elite is undergoing a rebranding that will help to communicate these changes, which we believe are all for the better. The rebrand will include a new website as well. More information on this will be released shortly.

A rebrand is forthcoming

Treat Fighter

In addition to SME’s rebranding, Treat Fighter has had some quality time spent on the backend. When it was first created, libxayagame (Xaya’s SDK) wasn’t yet complete, and Treat Fighter never had the opportunity to take advantage of that plug-and-play infrastructure. It was an MVP (minimum viable product) demo.



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