Sorare: MLB Introduces Scouting Missions to Hunt Most Valuable Players
In the first two Scouting Missions, Managers must search for NFT cards featuring prominent baseball players recognized by Major League Baseball (MLB).
Scouting Missions are now live on Sorare: MLB
Sorare: MLB, a free-to-play NFT fantasy baseball game, has introduced a new feature called Scouting Missions. Managers (a.k.a. players) that hold certain cards during the Mission will receive Limited NFT cards as rewards.
Ultimately, the aim is to encourage fans to play more by sending their squads to join more tournaments. As they compete more, they tend to win more cards to boost their collections. So how does the first Scouting Mission work?
According to Sorare, there are already 2 Scouting Missions active on its MLB game. Both are focused on the search for cards featuring Most Valuable Players (MVP) - outstanding baseball athletes who won MLB's Most Valuable Player Award.
The first Scouting Mission involves the search for National League MVP, where Managers must collect a card of every past NL MVP winner as below:
- Bryce Harper (2015 & 2021)
- Freddie Freeman (2020)
- Cody Bellinger (2019)
- Christian Yelich (2018)
- Giancarlo Stanton (2017)
- Kris Bryant (2016)
- Clayton Kershaw (2014)
- Andrew McCutchen (2013)
- Albert Pujols (2005, 2008 & 2009)
The second Scouting Mission involves the search for American League MVP, where Managers must collect a card of every past AL MVP winner as follows:
- Shohei Ohtani (2021)
- Jose Abreu (2020)
- Mike Trout (2014, 2016 & 2019)
- Mookie Betts (2018)
- Jose Altuve (2017)
- Josh Donaldson (2015)
- Miguel Cabrera (2012 & 2013)
- Justin Verlander (2011)
Managers have until November 21st, 12 pm (ET), to complete these Missions. Those who clear one of the two Scouting Missions will win a free Limited card of the 2022 National League MVP. For those who clear both, they will receive a free Limited card of the 2022 American League MVP.
To be eligible for rewards, Managers only need to hold the above cards in any combination of rarity levels (Limited, Rare, Super Rare, or Unique). Common cards, however, are not eligible for prizes. For more information, check out the official post.