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Sorare is bringing fans closer to their favorite athletes through a first-of-its kind fantasy game, combining a robust marketplace for digital collectibles (NFTs) and a passionate community of sports fans across the globe, paving the way to a multi-billion-dollar market opportunity. The platform bridges sports and gaming and is built on the Ethereum blockchain, utilizing the network to power a revolutionary NFT fantasy sports trading card game. More broadly, the platform is empowering the world’s biggest brands to create, share and protect their digital IP, while bringing fans closer to the players, teams and brands they love in new, immersive ways. In addition to delivering engaging experiences for fans, Sorare’s technology is creating a new revenue stream for clubs and leagues around the globe.
When was Sorare founded?
Sorare was founded in 2019.
Where is Sorare's headquarters?
Sorare's headquarters is located at 5, avenue du Général de Gaulle, Paris.
What is Sorare's latest funding round?
Sorare's latest funding round is Series B.
How much did Sorare raise?
Sorare raised a total of $737.08M.
Who are the investors of Sorare?
Investors of Sorare include Benchmark, Gerard Pique, Antoine Griezmann, Rio Ferdinand, Accel and 21 more.
Who are Sorare's competitors?
Competitors of Sorare include Dapper Labs and 2 more.
What products does Sorare offer?
Sorare's products include Sorare.com.
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