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WNBA Star Alex Bentley Buys $40k Worth Property in the Metaverse

Alex Bentley, a WNBA star and a metaverse fanatic, has just bought virtual land and digital assets in LootMogul metaverse.

In detail, the American professional basketball player bought $40,000 worth of property and assets in LootMogul. Notably, LootMogul is an influencer-led sports metaverse gaming platform. The metaverse’s properties and assets can be lands, stadiums, and Arena, among others.

The team behind LootMogul remarked:

Alex Bentley purchased ad spaces and seats within the metaverse. The associated NFTs come with real-life benefits plus other uses online

Meanwhile, Bentley commented, “The endless capabilities and opportunities in the world of VR get me excited to do my part and make my mark in the metaverse’s ambitious future.”

LootMogul is claimed to be the only metaverse stadium that offers all users to own assets such as advert spaces and seats. These assets come in the form of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and tokens to verify proof of ownership.

Moreover, the LootMogul team claimed that they have the first-mover advantage in the $800 billion industry. They further stated, “We have partnered with more than 184 professional athletes from NBA, NFT, MBL, esports, and more than 1.5 [million] high-school and college athletes.”

According to its website, LootMogul has the vision to expand the web3 community by bringing web2 gamers and sports fans to the metaverse with a play-to-earn model, real-world perks, experiences, and NFT collections.

Significantly, BeInCrypto reports that LootMogul allows gaming organizations or companies to own or lease NFT stadiums, seats, banners, celebrity avatars, game power, wearables, and more. Additionally, it allows users to organize special events during NBA all-star weekend, NFT Superbowl, and World Championship with real-world sports celebrities.


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