- The Sandbox is partnering with Warner Music to develop the first music-theme-based metaverse.
- Artists and talents will be able to host virtual concerts and live performances.
- The Sandbox revealed a LAND sale adjacent to the WMG property for fans.
The Sandbox revealed a partnership with one of the leading Music studios, Warner Music Group (WMG) to develop a fascinating musical theme-based metaverse project, the first of its kind. Sandbox will allocate a virtual land to WMG, where it will organize virtual concerts and live performances of popular artists.
With the partnership, WMG foray into metaverse with the aim to define the real meaning of metaverse and create an immersive social experience to empower Warner Music artists.
Moreover, The Sandbox is also planning to separate outlets for artists to stay connected with their fans as well as create a new way for entertainment and generate revenue. Meanwhile, the WMG metaverse will enable artists to reach the global community from a single stage.
Sebastien Borget, the chief operations officer and co-founder of The Sandbox, said that the partnership “brings the open metaverse one step forward in the direction of fan-owned and community-driven initiatives.”
“We’re shaping The Sandbox as a fun entertainment destination where creators, fans, and players can enjoy first-of-a-kind immersive experiences and be more closely connected to their favorite musical artists through NFTs,” he added.
Also, The Sandbox announced a LAND sale in March 2022 adjacent to the WMG property for diehard music fans.
To achieve the aim, WMG joins hands with more than 200 partners including The Walking Dead, Snoop Dogg, Adidas, Deadmau5, Steve Aoki, Richie Hawtin, The Smurfs, Care Bears, Atari, ZEPETO, and CryptoKitties. SnoopDogg already arrived in the metaverse with ‘Snoopverse LANDs auction’ on the sandbox.