Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Launch Royal Metaverse: Meg-averse

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are officially entering the metaverse space. The ex-British royals have just inked a deal with pax.world to create their own metaverse. Dubbed the Meg-averse, it will undoubtedly reach millions of people through Web3. Here is everything we know so far.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are reportedly building a metaverse.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s metaverse

According to The Mirror, Harry and Meghan Markle will launch their own metaverse in collaboration with pax.world. The Mirror’s source allegedly said: “Both Meghan and Harry believe they will have an even greater ability to spread their message if they have a presence in the virtual world as well as the physical world. They’ve spoken to a variety of experts and the view is this is the next stage to take their brand truly global.”

As of yet, there are no specific details on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s “Meg-averse.” From their media projects so far, we can expect 3D avatars of the couple, online communities, and possibly a gamified experience.

According to pax.world founder Frank Fitzgerald: “We’re offering Harry and Meghan a plot of prime pax.world land and the chance to collaborate with the world’s leading architects, build on it, and connect with new audiences. If they are to pursue business and entertainment deals, position themselves as thought leaders, and progress their charity work, they must partner with a platform that shares their values.”

What is pax.world?

Pax.world is a metaverse platform that enables you to create your own metaverse. The meta-universe empowers companies and Web3 enthusiasts to develop and engage within a virtual land. Not only that – but landowners can also build meta-businesses, educational spaces, etc. within pax.world. This high-profile deal with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will undoubtedly continue to establish pax.world beyond the Web3 space.

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