Integrate Unity Gaming Services (UGS) in Unity

Learn how to integrate UGS backend and Openfort with your game


This is a sample project to showcase the Openfort integration with Unity Gaming Services, a complete service ecosystem for Unity live games.

The sample includes:

The sample uses Unity Authentication to sign in as a new anonymous player. It then creates an Openfort player and a custodial account using Openfort and it links it to the Unity player. Then the player can frictionlessly mint an NFT.

Application Workflow#

Integration workflow


Setup Openfort dashboard#

Set up ugs-backend#

Set up unity-client#

Follow the official documentation steps to link the unity-client to your UGS Project ID.

Test in Editor#

Play the Main scene and click Sign in button. After some authentication-related logs, this panel should appear:

Game Scene

Select Mint. After a brief period, you should see a representation of your newly minted NFT:

Mint Panel

In the Openfort Players dashboard, a new player entry should be visible. On selecting this player:

Player Entry

You'll notice that a mint transaction has been successfully processed:

Mint Transaction

Additionally, by choosing your Amoy Account and viewing NFT Transfers, the transaction is further confirmed:


Keep in mind that the sample is designed so a player can mint only once. By default, UGS Authentication will use the same player per device. If you want to sign in with a new player check the Clear Session Token in AuthController:

Clear Session Token


Upon completing the above steps, your Unity game will be fully integrated with Openfort and UGS. Always remember to test every feature before deploying to guarantee a flawless player experience.

For a deeper understanding of the underlying processes, check out the tutorial video.

Get support#

If you found a bug or want to suggest a new [feature/use case/sample], please file an issue.

If you have questions, or comments, or need help with code, we're here to help: