Technological partners Zetly, Transmira, Haste Arcade PowChess, announced the launch of a sport metaverse pilot program.
Based on the solutions of the web3 ecosystem, blockchain networks and digital technologies, Zetly will transfer a limited number of selected sports clubs to the metaverse, helping them to create a virtual non-fungible token (NFT) fan merchandise and virtual ‘Play2Earn’ (P2E) games.
The pilot will link the club’s 3D and NFT objects to real-world assets and products, enabling creators and brands to monetise the new economy.
The sports platform will allow clubs to access the solutions All-in-One Zetly Club tokens can be issued by clubs, created their own NFT, organised crowdfunding campaigns, and offered a variety of digital collections.
The program includes a digital 3D twin of the football stadium. It also creates a virtual twin stadium, allowing fans to meet anywhere they want.
This solution will open up new avenues for clubs to market their involvement. Sponsors of football clubs will have the ability to showcase their products in a virtual area, and club partners can set up virtual shops.
“The sport metaverse is an opportunity for development and a tool to engage fans, which is an ideal investment for those who put a close relationship with their fans first,” says Robert RiceTransmira CEO, a company that uses the BSV blockchain to create solutions. This combines AR augmented realities, VR virtual reality, and 3D spaces with real life.
“In this project, we want to use the experience gained during the 3D scanning of buildings in Los Angeles. We are convinced that our platform is the perfect partner for Zetly in the sports programme.”
The sport metaverse will also include P2E solutions. Zetly will provide games for fans that allow them to instantly receive leaderboard payouts (ILPs) and tokens or NFTs from participating clubs that can be used in the games.
P2E solutions allow fans to increase their knowledge, both online and in person. Fans will be able earn tokens to support their team or NFT awards through visiting places in the virtual world or real world and learning about the history.
These solutions will also be implemented in collaboration with Haste Arcade.
“We will provide the clubs participating in the Zetly pilot programme and their fans with a solution using ILP, a virtual scoreboard that allows instant real-time micropayments for participants,” explains Joe De Pinto, co-founder of Haste Arcade.
NFT Digital Fan Store will be included in the programme. This virtual shop sells club products using NFTs.
“In addition to the sports metaverse solutions, the digital fan shop or games in the virtual space, the sport metaverse Zetly programme allows clubs to issue their own virtual club currency – the club token, using its platform. Thanks to the tokens, it will be possible to pay for real and virtual products and services offered by clubs,” said Michał GlijerZetly CEO,.
Each club will also have access to an education package that will include workshops and knowledge development.