Amidst the excitement of the SA20 League, LootMogul, an innovative Sports Metaverse platform, has announced its partnership with the Durban Super Giants.

This collaboration marks LootMogul's entry into the world of cricket, broadening its sports web3 gaming and e-commerce portfolio.

LootMogul's partnership with the Durban Super Giants represents a major step in bridging sports with interactive gaming.

The collaboration introduces an immersive fan experience on, where cricket enthusiasts can engage in games, win exclusive merchandise, and even cash prizes by demonstrating their cricket expertise.

Raj Rajkotia, the founder of LootMogul, expressed enthusiasm about the partnership.

"Teaming up with the Durban Super Giants enables us to offer value-added services to fans and partners alike. We believe this collaboration will foster innovation and deepen engagement within the SA20 ecosystem," he said.

This partnership allows sports and entertainment brands to establish virtual stores in digital recreations of real-world stadiums, signaling a crucial advancement for both LootMogul and the sports industry at large.

Satyam Trivedi, Deputy CEO of the Durban Super Giants, also shared his excitement.

"Our partnership with LootMogul creates a perfect blend of sports and technology. We are eager to explore this new avenue of fan engagement and innovation together," he commented.


The collaboration between the Durban Super Giants and LootMogul promises to revolutionize the cricket experience in the SA20 season.

As the virtual and physical realms of cricket converge, fans can expect a unique and engaging experience from this pioneering partnership.

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