In what is termed the first casino project authorized by the Indonesian government, AIML has signed an MOU with Buckingham Holdings Indonesia and the city of Pangkalpinang.
Art in Motion Lab, which aims to become the global hub for intellectual property licenses of digital assets, has announced a casino project in Indonesia. Its CEO and co-founder Richard Lee, known online as cryptopainter @painter_crypto, highlighted the news on X. He also shared a few visuals of the proposed casino site and MOU signing event.
“We’re opening Ape Casino and Resort in Indonesia! This will mark the historic milestone of being the first casino authorized by the Indonesian government. LFG!” Cryptopainter shared on X.
Separately, a post from Art In Motion on X reiterated the development.
“We are excited to announce that we have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Buckingham Holdings Indonesia and the city of Pangkalpinang to introduce Ape Casino and Resort in Indonesia. This will mark the historic milestone of being the first casino authorized by the Indonesian government,” Art In Motion Lab stated.
Earlier, the Art In Motion team had outlined the Ape Casino project, in which they promised to revolutionize the video gaming experience in collaboration with renowned digital art collections such as Bored Ape Yacht Club, Cryptopunks, and World of Women. Players can enjoy their favorite games while interacting with characters from these collections.
“We believe in pushing boundaries and providing a unique gaming experience that merges technology and entertainment seamlessly. Get ready for an adventure like no other as we bring together digital assets, intellectual property licenses, and cutting-edge gameplay in one exciting platform,” Art In Motions says on its website.
As a global hub for intellectual property licenses of digital assets, Art In Motion aims to redefine the landscape of creative expression. Its CEO, Richard Lee, brings extensive experience from the film industry, having contributed to notable productions such as Hugo, The Amazing Spider-Man, and The Walking Dead.
CEO Richard Lee
Under Richard’s visionary leadership, Art in Motion Lab is reimagining intellectual property through digital asset ownership and decentralization principles. He believes digital assets will be at the forefront of a new ecosystem where creativity knows no bounds. By embracing technology and fostering innovation, his team is shaping the future of artistic expression.
As a studio, they strive to create an immersive user experience by combining cutting-edge graphics with captivating storytelling. They aim to provide a platform that empowers artists and creators while offering users a unique way to engage with digital art.
Impatient Tiger Social Club
Art In Motion has an ongoing NFT project — Impatient Tiger Social Club (ITSC). It aims to promote the beauty of Korean culture globally through NFTs (non-fungible tokens). The team sees ITSC as a representation of Korea in the global NFT space, just like K-culture in the music arena. This project revolves around Tiger, a charismatic character who refuses to live a boring life and seeks excitement in every endeavor.
The minting plan for ITSC involves celebrities and partners. The ITSC PFP (Profile Picture) will have 2,333 editions. The Yellow List members will have the opportunity for free minting exclusively. Additionally, some editions will be airdropped to various partners before free minting begins.
“ITSC focuses on creating a culture based on the community formed around it. Apart from minting NFTs, they undertake various business ventures to shape the value of these digital assets. Our mission is not just about creating NFTs but also elevating Korean culture globally through entertainment, music, food, and more,” they said.