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Topps drops MLB World Series NFTs, gives chance to game attendees to get game-specific NFTs

Fans who attend the World Series this year will get the chance to redeem exclusive game-specific Topps NOW NFTs.

Topps has launched its 2021 Topps NOW MLB World Series non-fungible token (NFT) collection, which offers “officially licensed player imagery and NFT-exclusive digital animations.”

Fans able to collect the whole series by Tuesday, November 9th at 11:59 p.m. (ET), will be rewarded with a special Topps NOW NFT variant.

Additionally, fans who attend the World Series this year will get the chance to redeem exclusive game-specific Topps NOW NFTs by scanning the World Series tickets from each game day or leveraging the Ballpark App.

The redemption period for the exclusive Topps NOW NFTs expires on November 15th at 11:59 p.m. (ET).

Similar to the company’s past NFT drops, such as its second series 2021 Topps Baseball NFT collection, Topps is utilizing the Avalanche blockchain network.

The 2021 World Series NFT collection packs will be $25 each, which includes one NFT digital collectible.

Only 1,000 packs will be sold per day, with each having equal chances of winning rarities. The packs will be sent within three business days after the MLB World Series ends.

According to Tobin Lent, the vice president and global general manager of Topps Digital Sports and Entertainment, the NFTs will bring the same greatest moments as the physical Topps NOW series cards.

During the last year, Topps has been very focused on non-fungible tokens (NFT) and blockchain technology.

The popular candies and collectibles company has released several NFT collections featuring fan favorites like Major League Baseball (MLB) and the Garbage Pail Kids.

A couple of weeks back, Topps dropped a collection called Godzilla Rage, which featured NFT packs that showcased 17 pages of comic animations.

Topps has leveraged the physical collections of cards it has released in the past to sell the NFTs.

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