MetaSoccer has signed a contract with Star Soccer player Ronaldinho to be featured on their P2E soccer game as an NFT player.
As the player is now a licensed soccer player in the MetaSoccer Metaverse, he will be traded or owned as an NFT.
The representation of Ronaldinho Gaucho embarks as an essential achievement for MetaSoccer as the player is known as one of the most talented players the world has seen.
Ronaldinho was represented as a new NFT at Champions Games studio in Barcelona. At his representation event, some of the critical players of sports and the Web3 industry were invited.
The event was hosted by Miguel Quintana, a Spanish sports journalist, where the likes of sportswear brands Nike, Boca Juniors, and Polaris Sport were present.
At the event, they also invited influencers such as Soneca and Kojisan to keep the environment colorful. In addition to that, MetaSoccer’s partner companies, Unbound Guild and BAYS, were also present at the event.
MetaSoccer CEO’s Message
CEO MetaSoccer, Marc Ceros, has shown great excitement over this new signing for their P2E game. According to Marc, everything in the metaverse is now referred to as “property.” Upon the recent signing of Ronaldinho as an NFT, players can own the NFT and make good profit trading it.
MetaSoccer has taken this bold step so that players can now feel valuable and confident in the game. Whatever team Ronaldinho played in real life, the fans knew that a goal was coming. So will be the case in the game as his NFT brings his unique playing abilities.
Whoever will own the Ronaldinho NFT can integrate the player into any of the teams in the MetaSoccer game and let him make all the difference in the game as he did in real life football (or soccer).
Ronaldinho Gaucho, a Brazilian soccer player, has been one of the most successful players in world football. Apart from winning a massive amount of individual awards, the player has managed to win a Ballon D’Or (in 2005), awarded by France Football to the best player of the year. He also won the Golden Foot in 2009.
Ronaldinho has also won the Champions League in the 2005/06 season with Barcelona. The guy also won the Fifa World Cup in 2002.
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