Brazilian esports organisation Crew oNe has introduced a partnership with blockchain firm Liqi to create Fan Token merchandise.
The product, hosted on Liqi’s platform, may have an preliminary worth of R$25.00 (~£3.90) and can formally launch on July nineteenth.
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House owners of the Fan Token will acquire entry to unique content material, reductions for Crew oNe merchandise, and participation in unique raffles. A restricted providing upon launch may even reward patrons with Crew oNe’s jerseys, informal shirts, lessons with coaches and different experiences with the organisation.
“We selected to do that with Liqi, as it’s a secure and credible platform. We have now excessive expectations with this partnership, it’s an opportunity for our personal group to assist Crew oNe be greater,” commented Crew oNe CEO, Alexandre Kakavel, within the official press launch.
Liqi has been gaining house inside Brazilian esports over the course of 2022. Earlier this 12 months, the corporate signed Vivo Keyd as a companion and joined Razer and Kaspersky as sponsors of a VALORANT event within the nation. In each instances, Liqi offered its companions with digital merchandise hosted by itself platform.
Moreover Vivo Keyd, Crew oNe can also be accompanied within the Brazilian esports Fan Token world by Immortals Gaming Membership-owned esports organisation MIBR, which just lately introduced its tokenisation mission with Socios.com.
“The aim of making the Fan Token is to attach folks with their favorite groups and artists, in a quite simple and efficient method, with rewards that actually make a distinction for individuals who are true followers,” added Liqi’s CEO Daniel Coquieri when discussing the enlargement of Fan Token merchandise in esports.
Crew oNe was based in 2016 and gained notoriety largely by CS:GO and Rainbow Six Siege competitions. In 2017, Crew oNe gained a CBLOL (Brazilian League of Legends Championship) title. The organisation is a part of Brazilian funding firm OutField Consulting’s portfolio.