Rocket League’s Team BDS enters web3 space

The team has joined forces with XBorg in a bid to change how fans, players and organizations interact.

Gaming protocol XBorg has partnered with Rocket League esports’ Team BDS.

The partnership is intended to promote the esports ecosystem, leverage blockchain and web3 technology and change how consumers interact with competitive video games.

XBorg, a sister company of Swissborg, and Team BDS said they will seek to establish metaverse projects with the help of The Sandbox and Avatarz.

Fans will have the opportunity to connect with their favorite esports players and teams leveraging the metaverse experience.

They are also exploring NFT options. According to the companies, NFTs can revolutionize the way players, fans and esports organizations interact.

XBorg chief executive Louis Regis has welcomed the collaboration with Team BDS and hailed the team’s commitment to being pioneers in the esports industry.

Team BDS is advancing across a number of important verticals in esports, which will give XBorg stronger exposure to various communities and audiences.

Apart from playing Rocket League, which has contributed 93% of the team’s winnings from competitive events, Team BDS also competes in Rainbow 6 Siege, FIFA 23, and League of Legends.

Team BDS managing director Jocelyn Roux has welcomed the chance for his team to be at “the forefront of digital innovation”. The organization is interested in adopting and exploring web3 technologies, he explained.

As of right now, fans can sign up for the MyBDS community and receive free virtual collectibles.

Blockchain and web3 tech has been pivoting towards esports. Previously, esports engagement platform Yesports launched a marketplace powered by web3 gaming.

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Written by Alex


Alex is a well-rounded crypto writer who focuses on general market and legal developments. His main interest lies in how crypto gaming can become a more permanent part of the gaming landscape and how blockchain holds benefits to players they are not even aware of.

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