- DEA announces that it has partnered with Deinze Football Club NV (KMSK Deinze).
- The new alliance will allow KMSK Deinze to attract new sponsorships.
- DEA will also work together with KMSK Deinze to increase awareness of its game.
Singapore-based global GameFi platform company — Digital Entertainment Asset Pte. Ltd. (DEA) officially announced that it has entered into a strategic partnership with Deinze Football Club NV (KMSK Deinze), the group company of ACA Football Partners Pte Ltd (ACAFP).
Under this new collaboration, KMSK Deinze will ride on this wave to attract new sponsorships. These sponsorships will be utilized to purchase NFTs, digital assets, and game items on DEA’s PlayMining gaming platform.
Equally, this partnership will see KMSK Deinze participate in DEA’s Play-to-Earn games as a gaming guild. This simply means, as a gaming guild, it will help DEA generate revenue from games by investing in and organizing NFTs for Play-to-Earn.
DEA will also team up with KMSK Deinze to increase awareness of the game and its proprietary token DEAPcoin (DEP) in the European region. In addition, Mr. Hiroyuki Ono, CEO of ACAFP and Vice Chairman of the Board of KMSK Deinze affirmed:
The city of Deinze, led by Mayor Jan Vermeulen, has been working on various measures to revitalize the city. When we thought about contributing to the community through football as a member of the community, we wanted to release the potential of football following the most cutting-edge trend of the times. We endorsed the mission of DEA, which advocates social contribution through GameFi. We look forward to working with Mr. Yoshida and the rest of the creative team at DEA.
As a strategic partner, it will work together with the club to create more comprehensive Web3 initiatives in the future. This will include the creation of an economic zone using Watch-to-Earn and fan tokens.
Based on the information gathered by CoinQuora, DEA plans to sponsor KMSK Deinze for the next season. To clarify, KMSK Deinze belongs to the second division in the Belgian Pro League. Naoto Yoshida, CEO of DEA adds,
I respect KMSK Deinze, a soccer club with a long history, for their bold challenge in the Web3 space. I am convinced that building an economic zone using Play to Earn will be a sustainable and effective approach to promoting sports culture. We look forward to working with Deinze to set a great precedent.
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