Alex Bentley, a WNBA player and metaverse enthusiast, has recently purchased virtual land and digital assets in the LootMogul metaverse.
In detail, the American professional basketball player spent $40,000 for LootMogul property and assets. Notably, LootMogul is a sports metaverse game platform led by influencers. Lands, stadiums, and Arena are examples of metaverse properties and assets.
LootMogul’s development team stated:
Alex Bentley purchased ad spaces and seats within the metaverse. The associated NFTs come with real-life benefits plus other uses online
“The boundless capabilities and opportunities in the field of VR get me motivated to do my part and make my imprint on the metaverse’s ambitious future,” Bentley said.
LootMogul claims to be the only metaverse stadium in which all users can own assets such as advertisement slots and seats. These assets are non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and tokens used to verify proof of ownership.
Furthermore, the LootMogul team claimed first-mover advantage in the $800 billion industry. “We have partnered with more than 184 professional athletes from the NBA, NFT, MBL, esports, and more than 1.5 [million] high-school and college athletes,” they added.
LootMogul’s website states that the company’s aim is to grow the web3 community by introducing web2 gamers and sports fans to the metaverse through a play-to-earn model, real-world rewards, experiences, and NFT collections.
LootMogul, allows gaming groups or companies to purchase or lease NFT stadiums, seats, banners, celebrity avatars, game power, wearables, and more. It also allows users to organize unique events with real-world sports personalities during NBA All-Star Weekend, the NFC Superbowl, and the World Championship.