World of Women (WoW) NFT collection, declared cooperation with Hasbro and WS Game corporation to establish the first Monopoly. While Hasbro is an entire play and fun corporation, WS Game corporation is a prize committee game factory. The astral cooperation is the initial such of Monopoly and the NFT trade.
The forthcoming World of Women Galaxy Monopoly game will be entirely accessible to WoW and WoWG owners.
“Partnering with a historical brand like Monopoly is an incredible opportunity for our collective and community,” announced Yam Karkai, WoW co-producer and artist. “As the WoW franchise continues to grow, we are honoured and thrilled to be in business with a category-leader like Monopoly for World of Women Galaxy.”
Originally, World of Women will start the Monopoly game as an NFT. Then, NFT owners can repay the digital property for a real edition of the limited-edition board game.
WS Game corporation will generate and administer all real board games.
“Joining forces with another female-led business on an initiative in a historically male-dominated industry is a great opportunity to ensure equal representation across multiple industries,” told Kerry Addis, co-holder and VP of product Development, WS Game Company.
World of Women’s latest cooperation is a first for the NFT business. Already, some of the largest names across businesses have forayed into the NFT area, encompassing sports, fashion, leisure, etc.
Presently, WS Game Company, established in 2000, is an important opponent in the board game area. A legal Hasbro licensee, it has generated a spectrum of bonus games for all productions. This encompasses Monopoly, Scrabble, Clue, Chutes and Ladders, and Risk, So, WS Game Company’s access into the NFT area alternates big aspects of the business as an entirety.
World of Women is a blue-chip NFT collection accentuating 10,000 different female NFT avatars. Since its start, the NFT program has risen into a name and a population supporting representation, inclusivity and comparable chances for all. this year, the program similarly inaugurated an additional collection, World of Women Galaxy, captioning 22,222 futuristic women.