Hublot becomes Timekeeper of the Metaverse, unveils ‘Hublot Loves Football Metaverse Stadium’ | SENATUS



Hublot becomes Timekeeper of the Metaverse, unveils ‘Hublot Loves Football Metaverse Stadium’
By SENATUS Editor | 8 November 2022

Adding another accolade as Official Timekeeper in the world of football, Hublot announces its entry into the metaverse with the unveiling of the ‘Hublot Loves Football Metaverse Stadium’.

A hybrid sport, art, and digital events space, the stadium structure is inspired by the intricate design of the case body and digital face of Hublot’s recently launched Big Bang e watch.

Designed by legendary MEIS architects, the foremost designers of sports and entertainment venues credited with designing stadium, Everton FC and Roma Stadiums. The stadium also marks the largest venue built in the Spatial metaverse.

As part of the Hublot Loves Football campaign, dedicated exhibitions equipped for VR experience to access the stadium will pop up next to Hublot Boutiques in luxury shopping malls in Doha, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Indonesia, and Thailand across November.

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