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Metaburst March 26th

Updated: Apr 2

There have been some big developments in the metaverse this week! From a new sports metaverse, to making videos in Roblox, and a new Clarks Playprints Simulator game. Let’s dive in:

Lisa Leslie Scores in LootMogul

Three-time WNBA MVP, and four-time Olympic gold medalist, Lisa Leslie, is teaming up with LootMogul to bring sports to the metaverse. LootMogul is a metaverse platform designed by athletes to celebrate sports and engage with fans. Players can participate in games, celebrity experiences and collect NFTs. They can even win rewards and backstage access to games in the real world. Visit now to see if it’s a slam dunk!

Roblox’ New Creator Fund

Roblox just upgraded its Game Fund to a Creator Fund. This means that the opportunities to make money and create within the platform are expanding beyond avatar gear and game development. In an effort to keep up with apps like TikTok, Roblox is now encouraging short form videos made within their ecosystem. One of the fund’s recipients created Clip It, an app that allows users to make their own videos with avatars, texts, images, sounds, and animations! The fund is now $35 million so try your luck and start creating today!

New Mission in Playprints Simulator

Clarks shoe company just added their newest game on Roblox, Playprints Simulator! Powered by Super League and building upon their previous experience Playprints World, the game brings a new storyline with the same characters. Featuring five game worlds and a new formidable foe in the Great Green Devourer! This is the perfect game for early learners, Playprints Simulator is available to play right now.

It’s been another inspiring week in the metaverse: from star WNBA player Lisa Leslie joining forces with LootMogul to build a sports focused hub, to Roblox expanding its fund to support creators of all kinds. Lastly, popular shoe brand Clarks continues to invest in Roblox by releasing its third game on the platform. Come back next week to read about more exciting news!


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