According to the head of the Shiba Inu gaming team and former Activision Vice President William Volk, the developers have expanded server capacity by 50-folds to accommodate all the players.
The recently released Card Collection Game, Shiba eternity, has been trending since its official launch. It was said that the game was first talked about 9 months ago in collaboration with game developers PlaySide Studios.
As stated by Volk:
Wow, we had to increase the gameplay server capacity FIFTY-FOLD to deal with the players coming in from the Vietnam test launch!
Following the release of the iOS version in Vietnam, the developers looked for a way to make the users of the game comfortable and to accommodate the present users and the upcoming one especially when the beta version will be released for android users.
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Volk agrees that things will get even more exciting once the Beta Launch goes live for Android users.
In the course of the rolling of the iOS version in Vietnam, the lead developer Shytoshi Kusama made a shout-out to Indonesia in the announcement which has been a trigger and indication that the game will probably be made available for the Southeast Asian country.
Despite the recent derogatory statement concerning the Shiba Inu, its game is gaining the heart of the masses. And also, the Shiba Inu is doing great in the crypto market as it increased by over 35%.
At the moment, Shiba Inu is the 12th largest cryptocurrency by market cap, trading at the $0.0000162 price point, up 3.56% in the last 24 hours and 28.65% in the last seven days.
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