MetaSoccer just announced that Dani Carvajal, a star defender at Real Madrid, is joining MetaSoccer.
MetaSoccer is a play-to-earn soccer game where players (we) can own footballers as NFTs and play with them in the game. As the footballers are ownable digital assets, you have the option to trade or sell them in the ecosystem.
MetaSoccer on its YouTube channel announced that Dani Carvahal will be joining the MetaSoccer metaverse.
Back in April, Ronaldinho Gaucho joined the MetaSoccer Metaverse
Dani Carvajal is a defender at Real Madrid. Later this May, he was one of the Real Madrid players that won the UEFA Champions League 5 times!
After Sergio Ramos left, Dani Carvajal is considered an essential player when it comes to defending.
Dani Carvajal on MetaSoccer
“I’m a person who likes strategy and tactics. I like to have everything under control. One of my hobbies is video games, and I’m also just as competitive in real life”, said Dani Carvajal.
When asked about what he thinks of MetaSoccer and its game model, Carvajal said the following:
“It’s like real football, you can create your own club, your stadium, your squad, your manager, through buying and selling, and find a new young star.”
He also mentioned that he doesn’t like losing at all. When asked about how he would rate his attributes out of 100, Carvajal gave the following figures:
- Speed: 85 / 100
- Center: 90 / 100
- Defense: 92 / 100
- Intelligence: 88 / 100
MetaSoccer is the first-ever football metaverse where you can create your own club, buy and train players, play, win, and earn money. As you create and own a club, you can manage your club, buy new players, hunt for young talent and win cryptocurrencies.
After they signed Ronaldinho, their social media followers increased drastically. On their Instagram, they are about to get 6000 followers. Their Twitter is another story with a whopping 133.5K followers.
To make money in the MetaSoccer Metaverse, you can Charge Commissions, Sell Players, Bet, Rent your Stadium, Sell Tickets, Top the Season, and Win Matches.