Welcome to bulliscoming media, the NFL has joined the NFT bandwagon and they have been making waves in the NFT space lately. Recently, they have partners with Ticketmaster to Offer Limited Edition NFTs to Celebrate Super Bowl LVI.
The National Football League has announced new opportunities for fans to receive virtual commemorative tickets in the form of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) to celebrate Super Bowl LVI in Los Angeles.
As the first Super Bowl at full fan capacity with complete mobile ticketing, Super Bowl LVI presents the League with a special opportunity to leverage NFTs as a tool to engage and celebrate fans. With the help of Ticketmaster, each fan who attends Super Bowl LVI will receive a complimentary, customized NFT featuring their unique section, row, and seat to commemorate gameday, providing a digital keepsake from their Super Bowl experience.
They saidd that they first began offering virtual commemorative ticket NFTs to fans during the regular season. And they witnessed great success with this one-of-a-kind fan experience, which provided the momentum to continue this program throughout the postseason and ultimately at Super Bowl LVI in Los Angeles.
According to them; collecting ticket stubs has always been something the NFL fans love to do, especially for the season’s biggest game and offering customized Super Bowl NFT allows them to enhance the gameplay experience, while also enabling them to further evaluate the NFT space for future ticketing and event engagement opportunities.
To celebrate the return of the Super Bowl to LA as well as the previous Super Bowls hosted in LA, the NFL will release a series of seven historic commemorative NFTs for purchase. A new NFT will be released every day beginning on February 6 and culminating on February 13 with the release of an NFT featuring the current Super Bowl LVI ticket artwork designed by a local Southern California artist.
The NFL has released club specific NFTs for Super Bowl LVI participating teams, the Los Angeles Rams and the Cincinnati Bengals. Later this month a final NFT of the Super Bowl LVI winning team will be released.
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