QQ Music dips its toes into the Metaverse with “Music Zone”

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QQ Music, one of Tencent’s music streaming services in China, launches alpha testing of their virtual community “Music Zone”.

Music Zone is a virtual space in QQ Music, where users can play music, decorate their home, visit/follow friends homes and review other homes on the community map. On the wall, you’ll find a virtual interface for playing songs and a track list. You can update your image or even choose an NFT image.

This move shows QQ Music are bolstering their social experiences, while exploring the Metaverse, with many similar features, such as virtual homes and NFTs.


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