InfoNesia.xyz – One of Portugal’s most rapidly expanding firms, RealFevr, said it had secured a €10 million fundraising round. Semapa Next, Shilling Capital Partners, APEX Capital, and the professional football star Sérgio Oliveira join global sports investor ADvantage in leading the round.
RealFevr’s worldwide growth, the purchase of additional intellectual property rights, and the upcoming launching of FEVR Battle Arena, the first Trading Moments Game in the world, will all be accelerated by the financing.
RealFevr Is Looking To Go Big in the Web3 World
Since 2021, RealFevr has signed numerous top athletes as official ambassadors and investors, launched the first soccer video NFT marketplace in the world, and announced IP partnerships with multiple international sports properties, including Liga Portugal, the Portuguese Football Federation, Torino FC, and Beach Soccer Worldwide.
Despite the recent decline in the value of cryptocurrencies, RealFevr’s pack drops have remained a popular item, bolstered by its vibrant worldwide community.
With over 145,000 packs sold throughout all NFT collection pack drops to date, which was only available with $FEVR, they were the only football-related Web3 firm to completely drain their product’s market without changing the supply levels.
The first Web3 Trading Moments Game has been released, another step toward establishing the Web3 standard in the gaming and esports industries. The game will use conventional TCG mechanics and include a unique, sustainable tokenomics approach. Fred Antunes, CEO of RealFevr, in a statement, said:
“We are steadfastly committed to being brave in one of the most revolutionary marketplaces we’ve witnessed in our lifetimes since we are at the vanguard of innovation in such a cutthroat and highly technology sector. The new things we’re creating make our staff proud and enthusiastic. The best aspect is that we now have the chance to grow up our structure explosively, and we will certainly live up to the duty.”
RealFevr further aims to address the speculative problem that the sports digital collectibles market as a whole is characterized by offering, for the first time, an actual in-game utility for sporting events.
According to Jeremy Pressman, a Partner at ADvantage Sports Tech Fund:
“We have seen our fair share of entrepreneurs developing solutions at the interface of sports and Web3 as international sports investors. The RealFevr team quickly distinguished out due to their focus on and comprehension of what it takes to establish the community and their in-depth subject experience in the Web3 and blockchain industries. We are excited to be teaming with a group that will be driving this sector ahead and can’t imagine a better moment to be establishing something meaningful in the field.”
The Firm Aims to Establish a One-Of-A-Kind NFT Platform
RealFevr is still doing well in terms of total brand engagement as of right now, despite bad market conditions. Since IDO, they have succeeded in keeping a sizable number of holders, and their digital analytics have consistently shown to be accurate for all their campaigns and marketing initiatives.