Blockchain platform Reality+ and OTZ Sports have announced a new Web3 women’s soccer game titled “Own The Zone: FIFA Women’s World Cup AU NZ 2023 edition.” The prediction-based game is built using technology trends and utilizes real-time data.
Merging gaming with the excitement of live sports
The upcoming free-to-play Web3 game allows fans to predict in-pitch actions, leveraging official game data before or during live matches. Accurate predictions will earn players unique FIFA-themed digital collectibles as non-fungible tokens (NFTs). These players will also secure a place on a leaderboard.
The grand prize for the tournament victor includes an exclusive invite to “The Best FIFA Football Awards 2023” and other unique rewards throughout the tournament. The game is designed to make every correct prediction a winning moment.
Own the Zone
“Own The Zone” was initially released during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022. It provides a fresh way for casual soccer fans to experience the FIFA Women’s World Cup.
For ardent followers of the sport, the game offers new challenges and a platform to demonstrate their soccer expertise to friends, in sync with the match schedule and during live game action. The game utilizes live game data from the FIFA Women’s World Cup AU NZ 2023 matches.
In keeping with FIFA’s sustainability commitment, Reality+ powers the “Own The Zone” experience using a carbon-neutral, cost-effective, leaderless proof-of-stake protocol. As a company, Reality+ assists global brands in transitioning to Web3 with bespoke products, community-building, and development strategies.
Empowering Women’s Soccer
The support for Women’s soccer is growing, especially in the Web3 realm. In a strategic partnership announced in June, the esteemed Spanish football club, FC Barcelona, joined forces with World of Women, a renowned Web3 brand with an NFT collection of the same name.
As a result of the collaboration, a new NFT collection will shed light on the exceptional skills and remarkable accomplishments of the club’s legendary female players.