- Sandbox has announced a partnership with the skateboarding legend Tony Hawk to build the biggest skatepark in the Metaverse.
- Autograph NFTs will provide additional access to Tony Hawk’s LANDs on Sandbox.
- Sandbox has bagged significant Metaverse-based partnerships this month with Playboy, Sout Korea’s KEB Hana Bank, and the Bushidos NFT project.
Sandbox has announced a partnership with skateboarding legend Tony Hawk to build the biggest skatepark in the Metaverse. The team at Sandbox made the announcement through the tweet below, with Tony Hawk featured in a short video reiterating that they are building the biggest skatepark in the Metaverse.
Mr. Hawk also added, ‘you have never seen skating like this. I’ll see you in the Metaverse.’
Gear up from head to toe, compete with other fans for the perfect tricks and ascend to half-pipe heaven! pic.twitter.com/idLW9HjQl8
— The Sandbox (@TheSandboxGame) July 13, 2022
Autograph NFTs To Provide Exclusive Access to Tony Hawk LANDs.
The announcement by Sandbox also pointed out that it will include a collaboration with the Autograph.io NFT project. It said:
By using @Autograph NFTs you’ll also get access to @tonyhawk LANDs, exclusive rewards, skateboards, avatars and more! Plus the chance to attend special events set in Tony-hood!
Sandbox Has Bagged Major Partnerships with Playboy, KEB Hana Bank, and Bushidos NFT project.
Sandbox partnering with Tony Hawk comes less than a week after the metaverse project announced another partnership with Playboy to build a MetaMansion with exclusive NFTs and memorable experiences for the Rabbitar Playboy NFT community. The announcement was made on Monday, and the team at Playboy also hinted at a land mint in the near future.
On the same day as the Playboy announcement, Sandbox reported another partnership with South Korean KEB Hana Bank to build a virtual branch at the Sandbox Metaverse. The virtual branch will ‘provide basic banking services and promote investments or coloration opportunities with the other partners of The Sandbox.’ The Hana Financial Group will also benefit through an introduction to the K-verse, which is a virtual space containing South Korean content to reach Zoomers (generation Z).
A day later, Sandbox announced a partnership with Bushidos to bring samurai pop-inspired NFT art to the Metaverse.
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