As the quiet sands drift over the distant land of Qatar, the perpetual sport of football prepares for the biggest competition in its calendar. So, to celebrate this auspicious occasion, Binance will launch ‘Football Fever 2022’ to allow fans to take part in the action.
Through the event, footballing types will stand a chance of winning a number of limited edition NFTs. This is in addition to amazing IRL football experiences and a share in $1 million worth of fan tokens, all while supporting their favourite team as they look to make a name for themselves on the world stage.
To get involved, sports fanatics must create a Binance account to claim a free ‘Fan Passport,’ with new members eligible to claim a ‘trial’ passport, or a ‘standard’ passport following successful ID verification. A ‘super’ passport is also available to those holding at least 10 fan tokens in their account.
Who’s ready for the #Binance Football Fever? ⚽️
🔸 Claim your NFT passport from Nov 7
🔸 Enter daily challenges from Nov 11
🔸 Win exclusive rewards
🔸 $1M worth of Token Rewards
Follow @BinanceFanToken for more info!
— Binance (@binance) November 7, 2022
Once set up, fans will engage in daily challenges that involve predicting the outcomes of each match in the competition. Then, those guessing the correct match winner will receive a silver NFT, and the correct score, a gold tier NFT.
At the end of the day, the highest ranking will receive a share of the daily spoils while an additional points tally will apply to an extra set of prizes at the end of the whole competition.
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