Apparently, two different metaverse mafia games initially decided on nearly similar titles, Sin City and Syn City, respectively, which they eventually changed.
Moreover, both games are almost based on a similar concept of land ownership and monetization opportunities.
The tales of Two Metaverse Mafia games
Firstly, Sin City decided to rebrand to SINVERSE to retain it as a unique brand and also avoid confusion among the community.
Yesterday, Frank Miller, the creator of Sin City Movies, lodged a trade infringement lawsuit against The Syn City. As a result, The Syn also changed its name to MOBLAND.
According to MOBLAND, in the United States itself, there are almost 2,000 marks registered relating to the word Sin City. As its legal counsel, the initiative has employed Paul Hastings, a prominent lawyer in the United States.
What do these Games offer?
SINVERSE, formerly known as Sin City, is a blockchain-powered metaverse multiplayer game. The game’s setting is based on the world’s most contentious cities, where players can purchase digital land. The main purpose of the SINVERSE metaverse is to become the Kingpin of the city.
The $SIN is the metaverse’s token, serving as the in-game cash for purchasing digital land, among other services.
Furthermore, the SINVERSE’s map contains 17 districts with a total of 15,000 plots available for purchase. Each district has its own distinct faction. Given that, users can benefit from the district’s and its professionals’ resources.
On the other hand, MOBLAND, formerly Syn City, is an action-adventure, RPG Metaverse game in which players can upgrade, equip, manage, trade, and expand members of their syndicate. Notably, a syndicate leader will reap numerous rewards, and the gaming adventure entails becoming one of the most powerful syndicate leaders.
Clearly, the potential of this Mafia Metaverse is huge, with over 600,000 followers across Twitter, Telegram, and Discord. You can read every detail in the whitepaper and visit the new website.
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