- The K League Joins Sorare Football Game along with its players.
- Korea has a massive gaming community and it’s responsible for 30% of cryptocurrency trading worldwide.
- All teams and players are licensed by South Korea’s professional association football league.
The trending fantasy football game Sorare (SO5) which counts over $61,000 in transaction volume the last seven days, announced today the first licensed Asian football league to join, the K League. The initiative allows football fans to engage with their favorite players, create fantasy teams with Korean league players, and lure more users onboard.
While many football fans, and especially the European ones, won’t place K League in their first picks, Korea has one of the biggest gaming populations in the entire world. In fact, it was the first country to host an eSports event twenty years ago and Sorare is expected to receive heats of local gamers and football fans. Korea is also said to host 30% of the world’s cryptocurrency trading, so the NFT aspect should be very appealing in there.
The K League season starts in March and finishes in November, that allows managers to compete during the European seasonal break. There are three main ways to play with the K League football players including the All-Star and U23 League, the weekly K League Challenges as well as the permanent K League divisions.
K League players already in Sorare’s transfer market.
Sorare gamers can visit the transfer market to find 1st Edition cards of every player in the K League 1. Currently, there are three different types of cards.
- Rare Player Cards: Limited to 100 versions per season.
- Super Rare Player Cards: Limited to 10 versions per season.
- Unique Player Cards: 5 unique cards limited to 1 per season.
A fantasy football game with teams of five players that becomes trending among football fans. The game achieves more than $50k volume each week with thousands of card sales taking place. Sorare has licensed teams from many European leagues including teams like Juventus, Atletico Madrid, Leverkusen, and others. Now that the K League Joins Sorare Football Game, it is expected to reach a much broader player base. The past month Sorare has surpassed the $250,000 in card sales and it recently stepped away from Loom network.