SoRare offers fantasy football fans a chance to finally own their players by creating officially licensed digital collectible cards using blockchain technology.
Each SoRare card is a non-fungible token (NFT), a special type of cryptographic token that represents something unique. This allows users to collect players with the benefit of provable scarcity.
Like other blockchain assets, SoRare cards cannot be copied or stolen, they can be used and freely traded in other applications, and also retain their entire digital history.
Common Cards (those issued upon sign-up) are not NFTs and therefore not scarce. We recently published an article called What Is The Value Of SoRare Common Cards if you’d like to learn more.
SoRare Card Scarcity
SoRare Cards come in three different levels of scarcity: Unique, Super Rare, Rare.
Rare Cards have a maximum supply of 100 per season and can increase 20 levels to achieve the maximum 10% bonus. They can be entered into Divisions 2, 3 & 4.
Super Rare Cards have a maximum supply of 10 per season, starting at level 40 (20% bonus) they can be increased by 20 levels to level 60 (30% bonus). These are available to use in Divisions 1, 2 & 3.
Unique Cards have a maximum supply of 1 per season, starting at level 80 (40% bonus) they can be increased by 20 levels to level 100 (50% bonus). Unique Cards can be used in Divisions 1 & 2, as well as the Global Unique contest.
What Are Rookie Cards on Sorare?
Sorare recently introduced Rookie Cards along with the release of the first 2021 cards. Rookie Cards stem across all three scarcities and have a special design to indicate if it’s a player’s first professional season.
The player must be 18 years or younger as of July 1st 2020 (J-League, K-League or MLS) or July 1st 2021 (all other leagues).