Sega would have registered the Sega NFT trademark in Japan

After Sega announced that they must “carefully” evaluate how potentially non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, could be introduced into Sega titles, it was recently revealed that the blue-logo video game brand, owned by Sonic, appears to have registered the Sega NFT Trademark.

According to video game portal VGC, the new trademark application, and as published today by the Japan Patent Office, was filed at the end of December 2021. And although the information has not yet been confirmed by the video game developer, everything indicates that the logo of the brand’s new division would be the one shown below, a logo with a very marked identity given its similarity to the other companies of the brand:

Sega would have registered the Sega NFT trademark in Japan
Sega would have registered the Sega NFT trademark in Japan

It should be noted that as soon as this news was published, Sega asked its followers the following question on its Twitter account: “Which video game has the best artistic style?”, which may indicate suspicions regarding new projects that the brand would have with NFTs using her video games and also the importance she will give to the opinion of the players if they follow the line of the discourse they have had what it was, based on the feedback of the users, they will or will not develop non-fungible tokens in play-to-earn (P2E) model games.

If it were known that Sega had registered its Sega NFT trademark, it would definitely join a multitude of video game companies that have already added this technology to their products, examples of which are: Ubisoft, which launched the Ubisoft Quartz platform for low-power NFT games, and Konami, which launched its NFT collection to commemorate Castlevania’s 35th anniversary.

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