Artie Launches Threads Gaming Platform, Aiming to Redefine Social Media

Artie, a startup that develops social gaming experiences, has launched a new platform that allows users to play games directly within the Threads app. The platform is designed to break down barriers between players and enhance social interactions.

Threads is a separate app from Instagram that is designed for sharing more intimate moments with close friends and family. The app allows users to send direct messages, share photos and videos, and create group chats.

Artie’s platform works by embedding games within Threads posts and bios. Users can then click on the game link to start playing. The games are streamed in real-time through the Threads browser, so users do not need to download any additional apps.

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Artie’s CEO, Ryan Horrigan, said that they want to make games that are both social and fun to play.

“We think there is a middle ground and a hybrid approach where you can actually stream the game down to your phone and render it in real-time in the browser of social apps,” Horrigan told TechCrunch.

The company believes that its platform will appeal to a wide range of users, including casual gamers, social media enthusiasts, and even celebrities. Artie is currently working with a number of influencers and brands to create exclusive games for the platform.

The launch of Artie’s Threads gaming platform is a significant development in the social media landscape. It is the first major attempt to integrate gaming into a social media app in a way that is both seamless and social.

The platform has the potential to revolutionize the way we interact with each other and play games online. It could also help to attract new users to Threads and boost the app’s overall popularity.

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