Exchange of shares for Sims 3 game exchange
A Sims 3 exchange has been launched in Malaysia and will allow users to trade Sims 3 games for virtual currency.
The Malaysian Exchange (MEK) on Tuesday launched Sims 3 Exchange, a virtual currency exchange platform which will let users trade Sims games for digital currency, a Malaysian official said on Wednesday.
The official said the Sims 3 exchanges will be managed by a Singapore-based company called SimXchange.
The Singaporean company has already signed up to manage SimXChange’s exchange platform in Singapore.
Users will be able to trade SimX3 games for sim card tokens, the official said, adding that the exchange platform will not be able open to all Sims 3 players.
SimXchange, which is based in Singapore, has signed up SimXcoin and SimXcoins as exchanges.
Simcoins are traded on the Singapore Stock Exchange (SEX) with the Singapore dollar and the Singapore kyun.
Sim3, a popular sim game developed by Electronic Arts, is a free-to-play online game developed in the United States.
Sims 3 is a first-person shooter sim in which players can control characters, vehicles, and enemies using a 3D virtual world.
The Sims 3 is the fifth most downloaded games in Malaysia, according to e-commerce website Datacom, with around 2 million downloads.
The game was released in February 2014 and is available in the PC, Mac, and iPad.
It was the second-most downloaded Sims game in Malaysia with about 8 million downloads in March.
Sims has a global user base of more than 1.8 billion, according the Electronic Arts official website.