The first exclusive batch of tokens will be auctioned on October 6 on MagicEden

AC Milan to launch NFT project

26.09.2022 - 10:30


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What’s new? AC Milan, the current winner of the Italian Championship, announced the launch of a new project based on non-fungible tokens (NFTs). The FC entered into a partnership with MonkeyLeague, a Web 3.0 soccer game based on the Solana blockchain. Chief Revenue Officer Casper Stylsvig stressed the importance of developing the digital sphere for the club’s fans.

Information on the AC Milan website

What is the essence of the partnership? MonkeyLeague will launch a new collection of branded football club NFT game assets, including new players, skins, and stadiums. The first exclusive batch of tokens will be auctioned on October 6 on the MagicEden marketplace. NFTs featuring some of Milan’s the highly-sought after will be sold complete with traditional club jerseys signed by all players.

As part of the partnership, Milan will also sponsor a number of future MonkeyLeague esports tournaments featuring its best players from around the world. At the same time, there will be numerous promotions, with prizes such as VIP tickets to the biggest matches at the San Siro stadium in Milan, as well as autographed t-shirts of AC Milan players.

Some of the soccer’s club stars are involved in testing the game, providing feedback and recommendations to make the gameplay as realistic as possible.

What is known about MonkeyLeague? It is a strategy-based football game, in which users use internal NFTs to build and manage their own team. The game economy is centered around an in-game currency, MonkeyBucks (MBS). The asset is trading at $0,08 as of September 26, 11:00 UTC, down by 1,73% in 24 hours, according to CoinMarketCap.

Earlier, Spain’s Real Madrid and Barcelona FC filed a joint trademark application in the metaverse. They intend to record their ownership of virtual clothing and footwear, gaming, and crypto transaction management software.


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