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Web3 racing game with DePIN element signs deal with prominent Spanish race car driver

3M ago





There’s a new car racing gaming startup that has yet to launch its token but is already making waves. It has in its roadmap plans to integrate most of Web3 magnificent features, such as DeFi, P2E, Metaverse and more importantly a DePIN device with which it intends to connect real world driving with the videogame.

At its early stage, Sol Motors Club already has an Alpha version of its game, which is worth mentioning is being developed using Solidity and Unreal Engine 5 and has former Need for Speed developers in its team. 

It also has a prototype of its DePIN device called Sol Connect. It connects to gamers’ cars and sends token rewards to their game account and use them for in-game purchases, staking, and, as any other digital asset, it can be converted to other cryptos or a fiat currency of their choice.

On of Sol Connect’s most important goal is to contribute to global carbon footprint reduction efforts by rewarding people for driving eco-friendly.

Major partnership agreements

Sol Motors Club’s first major collaboration agreement was sealed last year with Vracer, one of the world’s most advanced car racing simulator manufacturers. Their simulators are used for training professional racing pilotos, for entertainment and other purposes as well.

Tomorrow, however, will mark a major milestone for Sol Motors Club as they will seal an important partnership agreement with Raul Ituarte, one of Spain’s most recognized international race and sports car driver, as well as car testing pilot.

The agreement is a major breakthrough for the entire Web3 space in Spain, as it is one of the first times a major motorsports personality steps into the world of NFTs, blockchain gaming and DePIN.

Ituarte is a motorsports pillar with over 30 years of experience organising automotive events, roadshows, product launches, and test driving for Ferrari, Maserati, Lamborghini, Bentley Motors, and Alpine. He has also been a brand ambassador for Sabel, Mercedes Benz and Forestal.

The Sol Motors Team

Mauro Lyall is Sol Motors Club’s CEO and Founder. He has surrounded himself by an expert team of marketing specialists, blockchain law and legal advisory, business development veterans, as well as a brilliant team of developers.

Lyall also founded BudaSoftware, a company that has provided technological and software solutions for several major Argentine firms.

Early last year, he invited a group of entrepreneurs based in Barcelona to join him in his car racing project. That team is of international origin and includes IT experts, operations executives that worked for Sony and various German firms, as well as a seasoned PR expert and journalist who was a director at IoTeX for over two years. IoTeX is the leading DePIN technology and support provider.

The fusion gave birth to the idea of taking the car racing game to a higher level by adding a Decentralized Physical Infrastructure Network (DePIN) element to it called Sol Connect, which has opened many doors for SMC, as many governments, vehicle manufacturers and other gaming projects are excited about an IoT gadget that adds massive value to the already exhilirating virtual car racing experience.

Sol Motors Club will soon launch its token and a new NFT collection that will provide users with unique access to global racing events, including F1, virtual and real-world competitions, tournaments and events.

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