The Sandbox has teamed up with a 9-year-old, who’s going by ‘Zombie Zoo Keeper’, to build Zombie Zoo Land and bring his original designs to life. The Japanese ‘Zombie Zoo Keeper’ has proven that he’s different from a lot of other 9-year-olds through this partnership with a major company in The Sandbox.
About the Zombie Zoo Land/Zombie Zoo Keeper
The Zombie Zoo Keeper originally rose to NFT fame with his Zombie Zoo collection on OpenSea. This collection has 258 items and it sits at a 0.29 ETH floor price, with a clear thin floor price. He created this collection at just 8-years-old. Due to this fame of kind, he’s been featured in Buzzfeed, Business Insider and more.
He’s also grown over 6,000 followers on Twitter, including one from world-famous DJ, Steve Aoki.
Now, he has partnered up with Manga and Anime specialist, Minto, to bring the designs to life in The Sandbox, one of the biggest metaverse platforms. The team behind this project will reproduce their designs in 3D, bringing them to life through the virtual, colourful world.
By using the virtual real estate from Minto, the project will result in a fun experience for all users.
The collaboration and creation of the Zombie Zoo Land certainly isn’t The Sandbox’s first work with a prominent brand or person. This one may be the most interesting, however, as the brand work with a 9-year-old for the first time.
The Sandbox and their Partnerships
The Sandbox is one of the biggest metaverse gaming platforms. Alongside Decentraland, they probably take up the biggest market share.
The Sandbox’s partners include Snoop Dogg, The Walking Dead, Adidas and The Smurfs. Beyond this, many big collections have made voxel, Sandbox-ready avatars, like CyberKongz with their CyberKongz VX collection.
It has also shown a clear capability to host events, similarly to its major competitor, Decentraland.