According to the announcement, the partnership comes nearly three months since OpenSea accepted ERC-1155 non-fungible tokens on its platform to support blockchain projects such as The Sandbox that use the asset standard.
The collaboration will allow The Sandbox users to resell their assets on OpenSea.
“We will be benefiting from OpenSea’s expertise as they will offer us insight and technical support to further improve The Sandbox,” the DApp game said, “With this partnership, we aim at providing you all with an original and strong user experience.”
In the future, The Sandbox will work to help its users list projects and user-made ERC-721 and ERC-1155 assets on the OpenSea marketplace.
The Sandbox is a 3D community-driven game that is similar to popular video game Minecraft.
Animoca Brands acquired The Sandbox developer Pixowl for $4.9 million in cash and stock at a time in 2018 when the latter was developing a blockchain version of the game.