Sorare has recently unveiled a new feature designed to elevate the experience of its users: the Manager ID. This dynamic addition serves as a representation of a player’s achievements and status within the Sorare community. Departing from a traditional profile, the Manager ID combines visual elements that symbolize a player’s journey, decisions, and managerial skills in the game.
Club Badges and Visual Identity
At the core of the Manager ID lies the Club Badge, a key element players can earn and proudly display. These badges can be obtained by levelling up or purchasing in the Club Shop. As players progress in the game, they start with the standard Sorare Badge or legacy badges and can unlock more along the way. This feature is set to become a central aspect of player identity within Sorare, showcasing their dedication and accomplishments.
The Stadium: A Symbolic Journey and Achievements
Another component of the Manager ID is the Stadium, which acts as a background for the ID, representing a player’s journey and achievements. New Stadiums can be unlocked through the Collection Game, level advancements, or purchases. This feature replaces the previously used Banners, providing players a fresh and personalized way to showcase their progress. Sorare acknowledges the impact of this change on players who had invested in Banners and has announced plans to introduce an exclusive Stadium for these early supporters. However, it will not be immediately available at launch.
The Manager ID also includes Achievement Badges, allowing players to highlight their engagement, collection milestones, and challenge completions. These badges represent a player’s time and unique experiences on Sorare. Additionally, the Manager ID features Favorite Stats, showcasing each player’s top-three statistics, such as cards owned, cards won, and total Collection Score. Sorare intends to expand this feature by introducing more personalized statistics to display each player’s achievements.
With its user-centric approach, Sorare ensures that every new player starts with a basic Manager ID featuring the Sorare logo Badge, beginning from level zero. As players progress and customize their Manager IDs, the evolution reflects their journey and style.
The Manager ID is far from being a static feature; it is designed to be a shareable and visible aspect of a player’s presence on the platform. It will appear in various sections of Sorare, including the My Club and Lobby Page, and on competition leaderboards.
Initially, the Manager ID will be visible exclusively in Sorare’s browser experience and the updated Android app, specifically for Sorare Football. However, Sorare plans to extend this feature to the iOS platform and include other sports, such as the NBA and MLB. These efforts align with Sorare’s commitment to expanding its offerings and continuously enhancing the user experience.
Yes, each Sorare card represents a real-world football player. The player’s in-game performance directly influences the card’s score in the Sorare game.
Yes, you can sell your Sorare cards on the game’s marketplace to other players. The price will depend on the player’s real-world performance, their scarcity, and the overall demand in the marketplace.
Sorare scores are based on players’ real-world performance data. Factors like goals, assists, clean sheets, and even subjective metrics like player ratings are considered in calculating the score.
There are two primary ways to earn in Sorare: by trading cards for profit and by winning tournaments with your team of digital cards.
To get started, visit the Sorare website, create an account, and purchase your first digital cards. The platform provides a free starter pack to help new users understand the game dynamics.
Yes, Sorare is available to users around the world, excluding countries with specific regulations around blockchain games or online gaming. Always ensure you are following local regulations when participating.
Yes, Sorare operates within the legal framework of blockchain and NFT regulations. Furthermore, it has officially licensed partnerships with football clubs and leagues around the world.
Sorare is a fantasy football game that uses blockchain technology to issue and manage digital cards (NFTs) of players. Users can collect, trade, and leverage these digital cards to compete in tournaments.
The difference lies in the scarcity of the card. Common cards are free and unlimited, Rare cards have a maximum of 100 editions per season, Super Rare cards have 10 editions, and Unique cards are one-of-a-kind.
Each Sorare card is a non-fungible token (NFT), which means it has a distinct digital identity on the Ethereum blockchain. This ensures the scarcity, ownership, and authenticity of each card.