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McDonald’s Singapore Launches Metaverse with Virtual Burgers and Prizes

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  • McDonald’s Singapore has launched a metaverse where locals can build virtual burgers and win rewards.
  • Bandwagon Labs ensures security and tangible rewards in McDonald’s new metaverse experience.

American fast food giant McDonald’s has launched its “My Happy Place” metaverse in Singapore, offering a distinctive online experience where residents may create virtual burgers and take part in a range of entertaining activities.

McDonald’s Singapore collaborated with Bandwagon Labs, the metaverse division of entertainment media tech firm Bandwagon, to realize this ground-breaking project.

With the use of McDonald’s app, this partnership seeks to develop an immersive virtual environment that will improve customer connection and involvement.

Key Features of the Metaverse 

Founder of Bandwagon Labs Clarence Chan discussed the three main components of creating McDonald’s metaverse. It is, to start with, a multiplayer setting where users can view and communicate with one another.

Secondly, it acts as a blank canvas on which users can express their imagination. Third, by means of different tasks, it provides daily prizes, so raising user motivation and involvement.

Enhancing security, functionality, and usability of digital collectibles inside the metaverse is made possible in large part by Web3 technology.

A further degree of security and exclusivity is added to the experience by enabling users to safely confirm their identities and engage in token-gated activities by integrating wallet hosting services such as MetaMask.

Control and Project Duration

McDonald’s maintains complete control over its June 6–7, live in-app metaverse. Future deployments or service continuation will depend on how well this first launch goes, which is a big step toward incorporating metaverse experiences into common consumer engagement tactics.

Personal endorsement by Clarence Chan, who wed in the metaverse, attested to its ability to improve fan engagement and customer retention.

He did concede, though, that the present metaverse experiences frequently have problems with third-party hosting and do not offer enough real benefits to encourage user engagement. These issues are what Bandwagon Labs seeks to solve for McDonald’s. He said:

“Users participating on our platform can win real prizes, like fries, in addition to engaging and playing with their friends.”

With this strategy, the goal is to produce an engaging user experience by fusing creativity, fun, and practical advantages.

On the other hand, ETHNews reported on the advancements and goals of the Shiba Inu metaverse, which intends to enhance the gameplay of its collectible card game with TREAT awards.

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