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New Year’s Party in Turkey With Metaverse

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While land sales continue rapidly in the Metaverse universe, which ignores physical boundaries, Business Network Development Specialist Erdal Uzunoğlu held the world’s first metaverse Christmas event in Turkey with VEM (Virtual Event Maker).

PARTICIPATION WAS FINE

NEW YEAR’S CONCERT

Group Gündoğarken and DJ Defne Solo & Coda performances took place at the Metaverse New Year’s event. Real image is used instead of avatar on the screen where the concert will be watched. In addition, special rooms are reserved for the participation of each company. In the introduction of the Metaverse New Year event, Erdal Uzunoğlu said, “Company rooms and common areas are included. People can also participate. Each company has its own halls. Each hall has a capacity of 150 people.”

OPEN TO EVERYONE

The metaverse event, which was organized in such a way that the participants could go to the common area and meet new people among the individual participants, also allowed the participants to invite participants from outside.

THEY HAVE FUN AND TALK ABOUT BUSINESS

Participants were able to both dance with their avatars and talk to each other. Many celebrities, investors, business people and companies had a great time at this fun metaverse Christmas party.

Metaverse New Year’s party, which is a completely different event with seminars outside of entertainment, has the privilege of being the first in the world. This 3D party based in Turkey has opened the doors of a new world in the metaverse universe.

You can watch the invitation video prepared by VEM for the new year here;

It may draw your attention to Metaverse, which is rapidly developing in Turkey; Metaverse in Turkey

Ece Nagihan

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