Palmeiras e Sorare se unem para lançar NFTS de jogadores

Palmeiras and Sorare, a global sports entertainment company, announced a partnership that will make exclusive NFTs (digital cards) available from current Verdão players, such as Gustavo Gómez, Raphael Veiga, Endrick, Dudu, Rony, among others.

To access this new feature, it is very simple. Fans simply need to create an account on the company’s official website.

At the same time, you will be able to secure Palestine cards and assemble your team to compete in the fantasy game, making the NFTs more valuable depending on your performance.

“We are very pleased to announce this partnership with Sorare, which, like Palmeiras, never stops thinking fondly of all its fans around the world”, declared Everaldo Coelho, marketing director at Palmeiras.

“Sorare represents the future for football and fantasy fans, and we are grateful to be able to include big names from our current squad in this renowned product,” added Coelho.

“Palmeiras is a legendary football institution in South America, with millions of passionate fans around the world who support the greatest champion in Brasileirão history,” said Michael Meltzer, director of business development at Sorare.

“Sorare is evolving football fandom and constantly looking for ways to bring football fans closer to the players they love.”

“We are thrilled to bring Palmeiras to Sorare’s global fantasy game and look forward to seeing users collecting and playing with digital cards from the club’s stars in our weekly competitions,” added Meltzer.

About Sorare

Founded in 2018 in France, Sorare is a global fantasy and marketplace that features NFTs from officially licensed players.

With Sorare, fans build lasting teams – buying, selling, collecting and trading digital cards. And so, compete using cards in free fantasy competitions to win rewards week after week and season after season, just like a legitimate club owner.

Furthermore, Sorare is one of the most popular fantasy games in the world, with more than five million users spread across 185 countries and more than 300 partner sports entities.

While the list includes Premier League (England), LaLiga (Spain), Bundesliga (Germany), Serie A (Italy), MLS and NBA (both from the United States), as well as featuring global stars such as Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappé and Serena Williams.