We are in a happy position to announce that we’ve formed a partnership with Ready Player Motorsports and we are working together in building the Metaverse lore as well as other aspects of the upcoming racing game.
Our satellites orbiting the metaverse (!!!) have picked up geological anomalies beneath the race tracks, wonder what’s there?
Before we talk about what we found, we would like to invite you to the AMA with Ready Player Motorsports this Friday, 29th of April, 2020.
The AMA will take place on eGamers.io Telegram. Time: 08:00 ET | 20:00 UTC+8 | 13:00 CET | 15:00 UTC+3. Users can ask their questions during the AMA, and submit them here for a chance to win one of the prizes.
Our satellites probably discovered some ‘Gold Mines’ in the Ready Player Motorsports’ metaverse. During Monday’s routine satellite flyover operation, this possible discovery was made, finding some potentially uncovered geological anomalies, hinting at potential precious metals deposits or something from beyond our solar system.
The areas of interest are also shown in the Drone footage below. Coorest Corner and the new 315 Guild facility have increased satellite and drone surveillance since the discovery.
A mystery yet unsolved and watchful to be uncovered in the metaverse, so stay tuned!
About Ready Player Motorsports
Ready Player Motorsports is a play-to-earn racing game running on the Polygon Network. Players compete in races and earn rewards if they win or spend time playing.
Currently available for PC users only, Ready Players Motorsports has a Demo version of the game for download via their website.
Players in the metaverse can also earn from various activities such as owning exclusive NFTs like Race Cars, Fuel Stations, and more.
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