The football card game of French origin recently announced a financing round with 4 million euros and has been expanding its partnerships, today announcing the entry of Paris Saint-Germain in the list of clubs that go to play on the online platform of Sorare.
Sorare uses blockchain technology to transfer player card collecting principles to the online world, but the cards are not just for collecting and are used in the game Global Fantasy Football, to compete over the weekend and try to get the best prizes.
Global Fantasy Football was launched in March 2019 and already has more than 90 clubs on the platform.
Participants assemble an imaginary team of real-life footballers and score points based on the real statistical performance of these players during their games that weekend.
And you can play with players from different leagues and countries, such as having a Ligue 1 midfielder like Neymar, a Serie A striker like Cristiano Ronaldo, a La Liga goalkeeper like Jan Oblak and a Bundesliga defender like Sven Bender., In various combinations.
The French club joins 97 football clubs from Europe, the United States and Asia that have joined Sorare to issue official digital cards, such as Juventus, Atlético de Madrid and also the main clubs in Portugal, FC do Porto , SL Benfica and Sporting CP
PSG joins 97 other football clubs in Europe, the United States and Asia that have joined Sorare to issue official digital cards, such as Juventus, Atlético de Madrid and also the main clubs in Portugal, FC Porto , SL Benfica and Sporting CP.
With these partnerships, Sorare will be able to create the first truly global fantasy football experience.
According to the company, the user base is growing 50% per month and Portugal is one of the countries that spends the most time on the platform, ranking fourth on this list.