Ready Player Me announces partnership with PIXELYNX to bring 3D Avatars to new music Metaverse gaming platform

Ready Player Me, a cross-game avatar platform for the metaverse, partnered with PIXELYNX to bring gamers highly customizable selfie created avatars to their new music gaming mobile augmented reality and PC metaverse platform. This partnership allows players to use their Ready Player Me avatars in PIXELYNX’s upcoming mobile AR and PC game, as well as buy and sell one of kind NFT fashion wearables on popular NFT marketplaces.

PIXELYNX is a music gaming platform created by Joel Zimmerman, also known as deadmau5, and Richie Hawtin that offers leading music artists the opportunity to launch their own interactive mobile AR and music metaverse PC games, and monetize it through collectible NFTs, music sales and interactive virtual performances. Ready Player Me is a cross-game avatar platform that allows users to explore virtual worlds with one consistent identity. With Ready Player Me technology, PIXELYNX fans take a selfie to create their 3D avatars and customize them with unique NFT wearables which can be used across their platform. PIXELYNX’s first release will be a mobile AR music game powered by Niantic’s leading AR technology platform.

“Ready Player Me has always been one of the most exciting avatar platforms, said Inder Phull, Co-Founder & CEO of PIXELYNX. “The team has made it so easy to integrate into our ecosystem and it’s no surprise to see their community of partners growing at such a fast pace. Avatars are central to how players and artists express themselves in the metaverse and this integration will give creators and fans the canvas to be who they want to be.”

In a short time, Ready Player Me has established 1000+ partnerships with companies including VRChat, Somnium Space, TCL, Hiberworld, and now PIXELYNX. The avatar platform has also partnered with popular brands such as the Dune movie, Dior, and New Balance. The company has partnered with deadmau5 and PIXELYNX previously to bring the Head5 collection to the Ready Player Me platform. In addition, Ready Player Me recently closed a Series A funding round of $13 million to expand their team across the globe.

“We’re very excited to partner with the amazing team of music and gaming industry veterans at Pixelynx. This partnership will allow users to use their Ready Player Me avatars in the Pixelynx metaverse and collect NFTs as customization assets,” explains Kaspar Tiri, Co-Founder at Ready Player Me. “Pixelynx are building the leading music metaverse that is transforming the way artists connect and engage with their fans through gaming experiences. We share the same vision and we couldn’t be more excited about this collaboration.”

Ready Player Me is a cross-game avatar platform for the metaverse. It lets you create a 3D avatar with a selfie and use it in 1000+ compatible apps and games. You can explore virtual worlds in VRChat, join meetings in MeetinVR, or stream to your fans using LIV – all with your personal avatar that represents you in virtual worlds. Any developer can integrate Ready Player Me into their apps and games using our free avatar SDK. It’s compatible with Unity and Unreal Engine and works great on the web, mobile, and desktop platforms. Learn more at

PIXELYNX is a new gaming venture which has been created by iconic musicians and technologists Joel Zimmerman aka deadmau5, Richie Hawtin aka Plastikman, and music industry visionaries Ben Turner (Graphite; IMS: International Music Summit; AFEM: Association for Electronic Music), Dean Wilson (Seven20 Entertainment / mau5trap), and Inder Phull. The company, based in London and Los Angeles, is focused on building a music metaverse that will transform the way artists connect and engage with their fans through gaming experiences. Learn more at

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