The gaming and youth culture lifestyle and media platform FaZe Holdings Inc. (Nasdaq: FAZE) (“FaZe Clan”) announced a strategic partnership with The Sandbox, a leading decentralized gaming virtual world. The partnership is FaZe Clan’s first time in the metaverse.
The partnership is based on FaZe Clan’s “FaZe World,” a 12 x 12 plot of virtual land that represents their way of life and culture. The two companies will work together to build FaZe in The Sandbox’s digital infrastructure, virtual events, games, and digital product releases. This partnership will turn FaZe World into a game where users can talk to FaZe Clan and talent and help FaZe make more money.
Individuals will be able to buy digital real estate in the Sandbox LANDs that surround FaZe World. This will give FaZe Clan fans a once-in-a-lifetime chance to live next door to one of the biggest gaming and media companies in the world. Later this year, The Sandbox will have a land sale. In 2023, FaZe World will come out.
CEO Lee Trink says that the fact that FaZe Clan is at the top of both gaming and youth culture is a great chance to build bridges. With FaZe World and The Sandbox, our fans who grew up with technology can try FaZe Clan in a new way.
The Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer of The Sandbox, Sebastien Borget, said that FaZe Clan is a top brand in gaming, esports, entertainment, and culture. “We’re excited to bring FaZe World to The Sandbox as we get ready to launch many exciting activations that put players and creators in charge of the next phase of Internet culture, including UGC, Web 3, and gaming.
The Sandbox is a mix of a virtual house and an amusement park, where heroes from different worlds meet to make magic. FaZe Clan, one of the biggest gaming and lifestyle groups in the world, is now working with Warner Music Group, Ubisoft, The Rabbids, Tony Hawk, Gucci Vault, The Walking Dead, Snoop Dogg, Adidas, Deadmau5, Steve Aoki, Richie Hawtin, The Smurfs, Care Bears, Atari, ZEPETO, and CryptoKitties, among others.
The Sandbox has teamed up with Warner Music Group, Ubisoft, The Rabbids, Gucci Vault, The Walking Dead, Snoop Dogg, Adidas, Deadmau5, Steve Aoki, Richie Hawtin, The Smurfs, Care Bears, Atari, ZEPETO, CryptoKitties, and more. The Sandbox metaverse gives players and creators a decentralized place to make immersive 3D worlds and games, as well as a place to store, trade, and make money off of their work. Go to www.sandbox.game and check Twitter, Medium, and Discord for news.
Animoca Brands is a leader in digital entertainment, blockchain, and gamification. It is a Deloitte Tech Fast winner and a Financial Times High Growth Companies Asia-Pacific 2021. It is also working to improve digital property rights and set up the open metaverse. The company makes and sells the REVV token and the SAND token, as well as original games like The Sandbox, Crazy Kings, and Crazy Defense Heroes, and products based on Disney, WWE, Snoop Dogg, The Walking Dead, Power Rangers, MotoGPTM, and Formula E. The Sandbox, Blowfish Studios, Quidd, GAMEE, nWay, Pixowl, Forj, Lympo, Grease Monkey Games, Eden Games, Darewise Entertainment, Notre Game, TinyTap, and Be Media are all subsidiaries. Among Animoca Brands’ 340 investments are Colossal, Axie Infinity, OpenSea, Dapper Labs (NBA Top Shot), Yield Guild Games, Harmony, Alien Worlds, Star Atlas, and others. Go to www.animocabrands.com to find out more.
FaZe Clan (Nasdaq: FAZE) uses gaming and youth culture to rethink traditional forms of entertainment for the next generation. Gen Z and Millennials started FaZe Clan in 2010. It has transformative content, partnerships with top brands, well-known talent, and fashion and consumer products. With video blogs, lifestyle and branded content, gaming highlights, and live streams of competitive gaming tournaments, FaZe Clan reaches more than 500 million people on social media around the world.
On FaZe Clan’s list of more than 100 influential people are NFL star Kyler “FaZe K1” Murray, Lebron “FaZe Bronny” James Jr., Lil Yachty aka “FaZe Boat,” Offset aka “FaZe Offset,” and Snoop Dogg aka “FaZe Snoop.” It has 11 world-class gaming teams in its gaming division. Any website mentioned or linked to in this message is not part of this message.
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