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About Sorare

Sorare creates mass crypto football games. It operates as a global fantasy football game where players can buy, trade, and play with official digital cards. It allows users to collect, play, and win officially licensed digital cards which are tradeable Non-fungible tokens (NFT). It was founded in 2018 and is based in Saint Mande, France.

Headquarters Location

5, avenue du Général-de-Gaulle

Saint Mande, 94160,


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Sorare's Products & Differentiators

    Sorare: Football

    Sorare is a global free-to-play fantasy sports entertainment platform enabling fans to collect trade and put into action officially licensed digital trading cards of their favorite players in fantasy tournaments against other fans. Sorare football consists of more than 300 partnering clubs, allowing them to monetize fan engagement and reach more fans across the world.

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CB Insights Intelligence Analysts have mentioned Sorare in 3 CB Insights research briefs, most recently on Dec 22, 2021.

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Latest Sorare News

Lightspeed leads $27m round for carbon accounting startup Plan A

Sep 19, 2023

Plan A works with companies including Deutsche Bank, BMW, Sorare and N26 Lubomila Jordanova (L), founder of Plan A with Julie Kainz, partner at Lightspeed. Photo: Plan A The last few years have spawned a slew of carbon accounting startups — which track the environmental impact of companies — and much debate about which of them will stand out from the pack. Founded in 2016, Berlin-based Plan A is older than most of the cohort and has just raised a $27m Series B round, led by Lightspeed and with backing from Deutsche Bank and Opera Tech Ventures, the VC arm of BNP Paribas. A host of founders also put money in, including those behind Supercell, Aiven, Zalando and Wolt. The raise brings Plan A’s funding to $40m following a $13m Series A in November 2021 led by HV Capital. Advertisement The sector cools? Plan A’s raise is something of an anomaly in the sector this year. Globally, investment into climate fintech — a category that also includes things like climate risk tools and green investment tools — dropped 13% in the first half of this year compared to last year. That said, it remains more buoyant than the wider fintech sector, which, according to CommerzVentures, saw a 54% drop in funding in the first half of 2023 compared to 2022. Last year, raises included a $73m round for French carbon accounting platform Sweep, which remains the best-funded accounting tool in Europe. But this year has seen very few rounds in the category by comparison other than a $13m round for offsetting marketplace Supercritical, also led by Lightspeed, in June this year. There have been some casualties, too. Planetly, a Berlin-based carbon accounting tool, was acquired by an American company and then closed down just a year later. Julie Kainz, partner at Lightspeed, which led the investment into Plan A, says she is not concerned about the dip in investment in the wider climate fintech category. “If we see a certain market trend or product category being so important in the next 10 to 20 years, then even if there’s a one-year slowdown in the broader market that doesn’t really mean that we don’t believe in investing in the category,” she says. Moving towards continuous reporting Despite the headwinds, Plan A’s founder, Lubomila Jordanova, is bullish on the potential of the industry. This year, Plan A’s focus has been on moving away from snapshot reports of a company’s sustainability credentials to an API that continuously monitors metrics. It collects data on carbon emissions and energy usage, as well as things like soil health and water stress. A lot of companies in the carbon accounting sector are choosing to differentiate themselves by focusing on a particular industry. French carbon accounting company Sweep is focusing on sustainability accounting tools for financial services, for example. Advertisement Plan A, on the other hand, doesn’t intend to focus on a particular segment. Its current list of 1,500 customers includes KFC, BMW, Chloé, Deutsche Bank, Visa, Sorare and N26. Opening new offices Plan A now has offices in London, Paris, Munich and Berlin. France is a particular growth area and a place where Jordanova spends an increasing amount of her time. Plan A also plans to open an office in Copenhagen — it’s working with an increasing number of clients in Scandinavia — and to double its headcount to 240 employees by the end of next year. Advertisement

Sorare Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Sorare founded?

    Sorare was founded in 2018.

  • Where is Sorare's headquarters?

    Sorare's headquarters is located at 5, avenue du Général-de-Gaulle, Saint Mande.

  • What is Sorare's latest funding round?

    Sorare's latest funding round is Angel - II.

  • How much did Sorare raise?

    Sorare raised a total of $737.08M.

  • Who are the investors of Sorare?

    Investors of Sorare include Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappe, Benchmark, Rio Ferdinand, Accel and 24 more.

  • Who are Sorare's competitors?

    Competitors of Sorare include Stakes and 4 more.

  • What products does Sorare offer?

    Sorare's products include Sorare: Football and 2 more.

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