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France’s UNAGI (Ultimate Champions) raises $4 million from Binance

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UNAGIa Parisian start-up that develops a NFT fantasy sports platform called The last championsjust picked up 4 million dollars from Binance Laboratories.

Founded this year in Paris by former Ubisoft employees, UNAGI built The last championsa free fantasy league platform based on technology NFT.

On Tuesday, gaming company Web3 announced that it had received a. 4 million dollar investment from Binance Laboratoriesthe venture capital arm of the giant Binance. He plans to use this funding to accelerate the growth of his game. The last champions.

“The world of Web3 gaming is expanding rapidly and Binance Labs is looking for projects whose mission is to provide real entertainment to users rather than focusing on games that give more “win” opportunities,” commented Yi He, co-founder of Binance and head of Binance Labs, in a statement shared with Coins.co.uk.

Released last spring, The Last Champions began with the soccer and, like a Sorare, allows you to take on the role of club manager and build and develop a team. The players being represented by cards in the format NFT.

The game now also features a alpha version for fans of basketball. In particular, we learned that UNAGI has entered into an “exclusive partnership” with theEuroleague and is expected to officially expand to this new sport in 2023.

Following the deal, Ultimate Champions will go live in. BNB Chain and soon available on the platform Binance fan file.

Ultimate Champions’ ambition is to bring Web3 sports games to a wider audience with a fun, accessible and free experience. We are excited to innovate and expand the Web3 sports gaming ecosystem with Binance Labs. We are also convinced that the NBB network can be a solid platform on which our game can thrive,” said Charlie Guillemot, co-founder and CEO of UNAGI.

Earlier this year, UNAGI has already completed a first round of financing, especially with RSG and several business angels, including Yves Guillemot, CEO of Ubisoft, and Sebastien Borget, co-founder of The Sandbox.

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