The Sandbox launches a K-content-themed festival, available through December 7
In addition, the virtual world released the K League NFT collection
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Metaverse platform The Sandbox launched a K-themed festival. The initiative makes part of the platform’s Korean wave, which features five themed experiences developed by The Sandbox, Anicube, K League, Sandbox Network, and Cube Entertainment.
The first wave of the K-content festival will include several gamified activities. Among these are K League Jumping Rush, ANICUBEENT, and MTDZ Neverland. The second wave, launching on December 1, will feature K-Village and K League Island experiences.
Users will have a chance to win $SAND, The Sandbox’s native token. 100,000 SAND will be distributed among players who KYC’d and completed all the games through five K-verse mini-events. Players can participate through December 7.
In addition to the gaming experiences, The Sandbox launched a dedicated NFT collection dubbed K League. NFTs will grant holders access to a variety of perks. Owners will receive special rewards in the future Alpha seasons and get invitations to community events and awards hosted by K League. More than that, individuals that own all the 12 NFTs from the K League collection will have a chance to attend the 2023 event and receive an All-Star uniform. However, it is important to note that the K League mascot NFTs cannot be used as avatars in The Sandbox’s virtual world.
On a side note, The Sandbox also recently partnered with a K-pop Web3 startup Modhaus and girl group tripleS. The companies will develop a social hub for metaverse-hosted events to promote Korean pop culture using blockchain technology.
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