The Sandbox launches three new virtual neighborhoods
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The Sandbox announces three new virtual neigrborhoods
Individuals and companies can participate in the upcoming raffles to purchase one of the 1,900 LANDs
The Sandbox metaverse announces the opening of three new virtual neighborhoods.
The neighborhoods will be divided into three themes. The first one, dubbed “California Dreamin,” will host such companies as Playboy, Faze Clan, and OpenSea. Of course, it will also include Snoop Dogg’s and Tony Hawk’s plots. These brands were already present in The Sandbox with different virtual initiatives. For instance, well-known pro skater Tony Hawk created the biggest metaverse-based skatepark, while Playboy developed the MetaMansion experience.
The second wave will feature “The Galleria” virtual neighborhood. It will host the fancy Italian restaurant Cipriani, the fashion magazine L’Officiel, and TIME magazine. Among the celebrities presented in this neighborhood will be the it-girl-turned-NFT-creator Paris Hilton, who built a virtual mansion in The Sandbox in August this year.
The third wave will be dedicated to gaming and Web3 brands. The neighborhood will become a virtual home for the mobile game Cut the Rope, DoGami, Voxies, and other game developers.
So, individuals and companies can now become virtual neighbors with their favorite brands and stars. Starting November 24, 1 PM UTC, The Sandbox will host 69 LAND auctions for over 1,900 virtual land plots. Individuals can sign up for the three raffles on a dedicated The Sandbox page. Notably, the virtual world platform offers two types of raffles: one for regular LANDs and one for premium ones. Users that wish to participate will need to choose one of the two.
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