- Sandbox and Star Atlas are teaming up for a metaverse contest.
- “Game Jam” is live till November 13.
- The winner will receive 20,000 SAND & Opal Bitboat Ship as a reward.
Sandbox has announced a partnership with Animoca Brand’s investee Star Atlas for their metaverse contest titled “Game Jam” where participants have to Star Atlas-inspired game and stand a chance to win amazing rewards including 20,000 SAND & Opal Bitboat Ship, 15,000 SAND & 2X Calico ATS Enforcer Ship & Calico Medtech Ship, and much more.
IT’S ON!🚀— Star Atlas (@staratlas) October 17, 2022
Between now and November 13, create your Star Atlas-inspired game for our newest contest with @TheSandboxGame and have a chance to win amazing prizes!
Learn more and submit your entry at the link below.💥https://t.co/jbyosopaE4 pic.twitter.com/Ca3ijR6VcI
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As of this writing, 169 collaboration experiences with some of the largest companies in the world have been secured by Animoca. With its unique gameplay that immediately seems familiar, The Sandbox is a free-to-play, play-to-earn game that makes a perfect introduction to the world of cryptocurrency gaming. Prices for this have significantly decreased, making it more acceptable for names of this calibre to participate thanks to their money and budgets.
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