The up and coming digital horse racing game, Oly Sport has entered the metaverse with a unique approach. Oly Sport officially launched Mainnet this month, alongside a weekly tournament worth thousands of USDT.
Oly Sport is the world’s first horse racing metaverse game developed on the blockchain, allowing players to earn both virtual land and real land. The expansion of metaverse has opened up the doors for various industry spectrums into the world of cryptocurrencies. From art to sports, every industry has now integrated with the blockchain space to take advantage of the lucrative opportunity and the global crypto community.
Oly Sport recently conducted a seed investment round and private NFT sale, where it acquired $2 million in funding. The unique metaverse gaming project succeeded in the expectation after IDO, and it is targeting the potential rich play-to-earn and NFT market.
The Mainnet launch is pertaining to its roadmap and entered the mainnet on March 26th. Following the official launch of the game, users can race to earn, participate in tournaments, feeding and care for horses. Exclusive features such as farming, breeding, virtual employees, and lending will also be unveiled following the launch.
Moreover, to prepare for the Mainnet launch, Oly Sport organized a community tournament for the Vietnamese market with a cash prize of up to $50,000.
“This Mainnet is an important milestone for us. Our users will have NFT and token utility once the game launches. The team has prepared for this event over the past three months, and I believe the community will love what we put together,” says Jimmy Chan, CEO of Oly Sport.
About Oly Sport
Oly Sport is the world’s first horse racing metaverse game, allowing users to earn virtual and real land in the game. Oly Sport is an NFT metaverse game that is built with an esport structure, by using blockchain technology. Digital assets will be backed with real-world land, which has the potential to bring stability to the ecosystem of Oly Sport.
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