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The German Bundesliga and the sports trading card platform, Sorare, partnered to offer non-fungible tokens (NFT), of all the players participating in one of the most popular soccer leagues. important in the world.
The agreement contemplates that the collectibles will be launched at the end of October . Fans will have the ability to acquire NFTs from players such as Erling Haaland , Florian Wirtz, Leroy Sané, Daichi Kamada, Matthias Ginter and André Silva, among many others.
Sorare’s alliance with the Bundesliga also encompasses the second division of German soccer, Bundesliga 2, the German league reported.
It is worth remembering that Sorare is a platform based on the Ethereum blockchain. There football fans, all over the world, can participate in fantasy football tournaments .
In Sorare’s fantasy football, users compete for which team has the best squad . These are formed by creating custom lineups with NFTs of different players.
The characteristics and attributes of each card or token depend on the player’s performance in real life.
Likewise, users have the possibility to market their NFTs in the market of purchase and sale of cards.
«Moments» between the Bundesliga and Sorare for 2022
The platform based in France, took advantage of the announcement with the Bundesliga to launch its new bet in the world of collectibles , called Sorare NFT Moments.
“Moments will be a new collectible and a way to unlock your passion and football moments,” the company said in a statement .
“Sorare NFT Moments” will be available in the Bundesliga by 2022. The company promised to give more details of the operation of this new product on dates close to launch.
Moments, as Sorare also calls the new product, consists of several NFTs that contain videos with the best moments of the season, great goals and plays that can be collected.
Sorare plays at home in Germany
Sorare’s journey in Germany is nothing new for football fans and not for his national team, also known as Die Mannschaft.
The four-time world champion team, last June, also ventured into the world of NFTs, by launching its collectibles, as reported by CriptoNoticias.
Sorare has 600,000 registered users in more than 170 countries, 40,000 of which are from Germany.
Some Latin American leagues and teams are also part of Sorare. Argentina has the Boca Juniors, Racing Club de Argentina and Rosario Central clubs, while Peru has the University team of Peru.