• Sorare, a Web3 startup, has secured a multi-year deal worth over $37 million a year with the English Premier League (EPL).
• The agreement will introduce some of the world’s top soccer players as playable cards in the NFT-based game.
• The Premier League also has the option to take an equity stake in Sorare.
Sorare Scores Mega Deal with the EPL
The English Premier League (EPL), England’s top soccer league, has struck a deal worth over $37 million a year with NFT-based Fantasy Soccer Game Sorare.
Multi-Year Licensing Contract
The multi-year deal will introduce some of the world’s top soccer players as playable cards in the NFT-based game. The Paris-based Web3 startup has amassed over three million users worldwide and is worth $4.3 billion, backed by French soccer prodigy Kylian Mbappe and World Cup winner Lionel Messi. Sorare announced a four-year licensing contract with the Premier League on Monday.
Users Collect Digital Cards
Users can now collect and trade digital cards representing soccer superstars from all 20 of the league’s teams.
Premier League Takes Equity Stake
Besides the licensing agreement, the Premier League will also have the option to take an equity stake in the game.
Overview of Sorare Game
Players draft eight players from different soccer leagues worldwide. They can scout, buy, sell, or trade digital players‘ cards to build a lineup. Once players‘ lineups are finalized, they can select a five-a-side team and compete against other players in weekly competitions.
• The article discusses how the coronavirus pandemic has made it difficult for college students to find and maintain jobs.
• It also covers the challenges that students are facing in terms of finding jobs in the current economy and the financial strain that can come with it.
• The article also suggests ways in which both colleges and students can help one another in order to make the job search process easier and provide more financial stability.
The coronavirus pandemic has been an unprecedented time of upheaval and challenges for college students and recent graduates. With the economy in a recession, the job market has been tight, making it difficult for college students to find and maintain employment. Even those jobs that have been available have not necessarily been easy to find, given the competition that exists in the current environment.
For many students, the lack of available and suitable employment has been a source of financial strain. With limited resources available to them, students have had to make tough choices in terms of how to pay for their tuition and other expenses. This can be especially true for those who are not able to rely on family or other forms of support. Additionally, for many students, their job opportunities are limited by the fact that their location and the type of job they’re looking for may not be available in their area.
In order to help students find employment, colleges have been working to provide resources and assistance. This includes offering job fairs, career counseling, and other services that can help students find the right job. Additionally, colleges can also provide internships and other forms of employment that can help students gain experience and develop their skills.
Students can also take steps to help themselves in their job search. This includes networking and building relationships with potential employers, as well as researching job opportunities and preparing for interviews. Additionally, students should take advantage of the resources that their college offers and reach out to alumni and other contacts who can offer advice.
The coronavirus pandemic has posed a number of challenges to college students in terms of finding and maintaining jobs. Fortunately, both colleges and students can take steps to make the job search process easier and provide more financial stability. By taking advantage of the resources and assistance that colleges offer, as well as networking and researching job opportunities, students can increase their chances of success in the job market.
• The inaugural Crypties Awards were held on November 30 in Miami by Decrypt Studios.
• People of Crypto won the Metaverse Event of the Year Award for their Metaverse Pride Parade.
• On December 6, 2022, live events will include onstage panels and interviews from conferences and summits.
The Decrypt Studios inaugural Crypties Awards ceremony, held on November 30 in Miami, was a night of recognition and celebration for individuals and projects in the blockchain and cryptocurrency space. The awards featured an all-star cast of presenters, including Toni Thai Sterrett of Bad Grrls Creative Club, emcee Josh Ostrovsky “The Fat Jewish”, and various sponsors, such as Polygon, Filecoin Foundation, Lamina1, Async, BeetsDAO, The Gold Mask, Gem Set, Breakout, Anonymous, Infinite Objects, Ape Water, Decentralized Pictures, and Vault 721.
The event honored the hard work of many projects and individuals, awarding statuettes in nine categories. One of the most anticipated awards of the night was the Metaverse Event of the Year. The nominees for the award were Decentraland’s Metaverse Fashion Week, Heal from The Sandbox, and People of Crypto’s Metaverse Pride Parade. The winner was People of Crypto’s Metaverse Pride Parade, which was accepted by Simone Berry and Akbar Hamid.
The Crypties is an event that looks to the future, and with that in mind, Decrypt Studios is already planning ahead for the next awards ceremony. The Crypties 2022 will be held on December 6 at the Art Basel in Miami. The event will feature live events such as onstage panels and interviews from conferences and summits.
At the Web Summit in Lisbon, Decrypt’s Stephen Graves interviewed Tezos co-founder Kathleen Breitman. Breitman discussed how the Tezos blockchain has used a proof-of-stake mechanism since its inception, her admiration for Tendermint, Ethereum and sharding, progressive decentralization, and NFT gaming.
In addition, Decrypt’s Jason Nelson hosted a panel at the 0xpo Summit in San Francisco on November 3. The panel included Clay Robbins of Slow Ventures, Soona Amhaz of Volt Capital, Sarah Guo from Conviction and formerly Greylock, and Alex Strzesniewski of AngelBlock. The panelists discussed raising venture money even during the cryptocurrency bear market.
The Crypties Awards has become a much-anticipated event in the cryptocurrency space, and Decrypt Studios looks forward to hosting the next awards ceremony on December 6, 2022. With the continued growth and development of the blockchain and cryptocurrency industry, the night promises to be full of surprises, recognition, and celebration.
• The inaugural Crypties Awards was held in Miami on November 30.
• Crypto Unicorns won the award for Game of the Year, and Bored Ape Yacht Club won the award for NFT Project of the Year.
• Onstage panels and interviews from conferences and summits, such as Web Summit in Lisbon and 0xpo Summit in San Francisco, were held.
The inaugural Crypties Awards took place in Miami on November 30, and it was quite a spectacle. The event was hosted by Decrypt Studios, and it was a celebration of the best and brightest in the cryptocurrency and blockchain space.
Katrina Wolfe accepted the Cryptie for Crypto Unicorns from presenter Avery Akkineni of Vayner3 for Game of the Year. The other nominees in the category were Stepn, Zed Run, and Blankos Block Party. Meanwhile, Illa Da Producer accepted the award from presenter Alanna Roazzi-Laforet on behalf of Yuga Labs for NFT Project of the Year.
In addition to the awards ceremony, there were also a number of live events throughout the day. For example, Tezos co-founder Kathleen Breitman talked about how the Tezos blockchain has used a proof-of-stake mechanism since its inception, her admiration for Tendermint, Ethereum and sharding, progressive decentralization, and NFT gaming with Decrypt’s Stephen Graves onstage at Web Summit in Lisbon.
Clay Robbins of Slow Ventures, Soona Amhaz of Volt Capital, Sarah Guo of Conviction and formerly Greylock, and Alex Strzesniewski of AngelBlock joined Decrypt’s Jason Nelson at 0xpo Summit in San Francisco on November 3 for an extensive panel on raising venture money even during Crypto Winter.
The Crypties Awards was a great way to end the year and celebrate the amazing accomplishments of the cryptocurrency and blockchain space. It was truly an inspiring event, and it was a testament to the hard work, dedication, and innovation of the industry as a whole. We look forward to seeing more groundbreaking projects and initiatives in the coming year.
• Blocknative’s CEO Matt Cutler was at 0xpo Crossroads in San Francisco to talk about the company, their business, and misconceptions in the crypto space.
• Tezos’ co-founder Kathleen Breitman was at Web Summit in Lisbon to discuss the blockchain’s use of proof-of-stake mechanism, admiration for Tendermint, Ethereum and Sharding, and NFT gaming.
• Clay Robbins, Soona Amhaz, Sarah Guo, and Alex Strzesniewski joined Jason Nelson at 0xpo Summit in San Francisco to discuss raising venture money during Crypto Winter.
On November 3, Blocknative CEO Matt Cutler attended 0xpo Crossroads in San Francisco to discuss his Web3 origin story, Blocknative’s business, and some of the misconceptions in the crypto space. Matt sat down with Decrypt’s Jason Nelson to give an in-depth look at the company and how they are working to make the crypto ecosystem more accessible. He explained how Blocknative’s Notify platform provides users with end-to-end transaction notification, ensuring that users are kept up to date on their transactions and keeping them safe from any potential scams.
Also on November 3, Tezos’ co-founder Kathleen Breitman spoke at Web Summit in Lisbon. She discussed Tezos’ proof-of-stake mechanism, her admiration for Tendermint, Ethereum, and sharding, and the potential of NFT gaming. Kathleen also talked about the concept of progressive decentralization and the importance of user experience in creating a successful blockchain-based product.
Clay Robbins of Slow Ventures, Soona Amhaz of Volt Capital, Sarah Guo of Conviction and formerly Greylock, and Alex Strzesniewski of AngelBlock joined Decrypt’s Jason Nelson at 0xpo Summit in San Francisco to discuss raising venture money even during Crypto Winter. This extensive panel highlighted different strategies and tactics that can be used to raise funds in a bear market, as well as some of the potential risks and rewards. The panelists also discussed the importance of building meaningful relationships with investors, the need for a clear roadmap and vision, and the importance of having an experienced team.
Finally, at the inaugural Crypties Awards from Decrypt Studios in Miami on November 30, Bored Ape Yacht Club won NFT Project of the Year. This honor went to Yuga Labs, who were represented by Illa Da Producer and presented with their Cryptie by Alanna Roazzi-Laforet. This award was a testament to the hard work and dedication of the Yuga Labs team, and recognition of the impact their project has had on the crypto space.
Overall, the month of November was a great success for the crypto space, with several events highlighting the progress that has been made and the potential of the industry. From Blocknative’s CEO Matt Cutler discussing his company’s business and the misconceptions in the crypto space, to Tezos’ co-founder Kathleen Breitman talking about their proof-of-stake mechanism, to Clay Robbins and the other panelists discussing venture money raising, to Bored Ape Yacht Club winning NFT Project of the Year, November has been a month of great progress and successes for the crypto space.