RealFevr nets €10M in financing

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The Non-Fungible Token start-up RealFevr has netted €10 million in financing.

The startup that specialises in commercialising football NFTs in a video format is to accelerate its international expansion and acquire new intellectual property rights among others things.
News of the investment was sent to the Portuguese stock market commission on Monday, 31 October. RealFevr announced that the investment round was lead by the global sports investor ADvantage and included the participation of Semapa Next, Shilling Capital Partners, and “several international football stars”.
RealFevr highlights the size of the round given the “current characteristics of the market”, and explains that “this investment will serve to accelerate the international expansion of RealFevr, the acquisition of new intellectual property rights” and the “launch of the first Trading Moments Game in the world: FEVR Battle Arena, which will be launched in the coming weeks”.
“Our team is excited and proud of the new products that we are creating and the most satisfying part is that we are now creating the opportunity to increase our structure exponentially to be will be ready to take on this responsibility”, says the comp