Early on, the developers of MetaSoccer set out to create more than a basic soccer-management game. They envisioned a worldwide soccer platform where gamers and renowned soccer teams could strategize and compete to win — and to enjoy the income that comes with winning. MetaSoccer has reached this goal, and now the metaverse is expanding.
It is with great excitement that MetaSoccer announces another step toward the future by onboarding City Esports.
City Esports is one of the first esports professional clubs in the metaverse, with gaming influencers like KManuS88, one of the first gamers to join MetaSoccer, and Julian Serrano, Argentinian YouTuber and TikToker, managing teams.
“Just like real-world soccer with professional teams and coveted managers, the soccer metaverse has them now as well. We have always believed that MetaSoccer would become a place where other gaming projects could participate and thrive. We are confident we’ll be the nest for soccer stars of the future,” claimed Patxi Barrios, COO and co-founder of the project.
Besides the first steps toward the professionalization of the game, this collaboration will also draw new players to the sport, not only because of team promotion, but also because many people will want to play against huge names in the industry.
The teams managed by City Esports will enter the upcoming tournament beginning on October 11, and will play against other teams, either managed by individuals or other amateur and professional teams that are in the same division.
MetaSoccer is the first soccer metaverse where you can manage your own club, find and train new players, play matches in your own NFT stadium and generate income while playing.
About City Esports
City Esports proposes to take esports to the next level, creating competitive teams for both traditional gaming and NFT gaming and metaverses, led by the biggest Spanish-speaking influencers.