Islamabad United launched Pakistan’s first digital stadium because it launched the world’s first cricketing metaverse for followers forward of the PSL 8.
Islamabad United has made historical past by launching the primary digital stadium in Pakistan in preparation for the eighth version of the league.
The digital U-Meta Stadium, positioned within the world-renowned metaverse Decentraland and in addition out there on Android, will supply followers quite a lot of responsive challenges and interactions with participant avatars.
As well as, Islamabad United has launched digital collectible playing cards using blockchain and NFT expertise, bringing followers nearer to the crew and providing entry to rewards.
This transfer into the metaverse displays the franchise’s partnership with corporations resembling Decentraland and Vegas Metropolis, and its goal to offer a very immersive expertise for cricket followers all all over the world together with Pakistan.
Say hey to the World’s FIRST metaverse expertise in Cricket!
We proudly introduce ‘U-Meta Stadium’ that provides unprecedented experiences with FREE digital collectible playing cards. (Coming Quickly)
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— Islamabad United (@IsbUnited) February 4, 2023
James Ashton, CEO of Vegas Metropolis, mentioned, “Islamabad United has always prided itself in introducing innovative and new concepts to cricket fans in Pakistan as well as globally. I’m really excited about providing an unprecedented fan experience in the metaverse through industry leaders like Decentraland and Vegas City. We are looking forward to providing fans with a more immersive experience with the game and its stars.”
He added, “VegasCity and Decentraland are very happy to welcome Islamabad United. Cricket is the second most watched sport in the world, and we are excited to partner with IU in launching the first built-to-scale cricket stadium in the metaverse. We look forward to providing world-class experiences to cricket fans not only from Pakistan but from around the world.”