Maker of NFL All Day series, Dapper Labs has declared a comprehensive partnership with the NFL’s Clubs to build limited edition NFTs (non-fungible tokens) for the 2021 American Football Conference Champion Cincinnati Bengals, 2021 National Football Conference Champion Los Angeles Rams, and the winner of Super Bowl LVI.
Announcing 2021 NFTs for all respective conferences, the NFTs became available at 12pm EST February 7, 2022, and featured a visual of the conference’s respective prizes, alongside the champion team’s logo, the date, and score of the game applauding the team’s achievements. Moreover, 2021 NFTs will be made available the week after Super Bowl LVI to dedicate the Super Bowl winners.
These limited edition NFTs will feature the Super Bowl logo, the winning team logo, and the date and score of the game. This inaugural NFT series will be designed by Dapper Labs and will be incorporated into the upcoming NFL ALL DAY marketplace.
This playoff and Super Bowl launch looks like a preview of the platform for NFL fans. The forthcoming NFL season will only start in September. These exclusive compilations can kickstart Dapper work with the NFL while offering them some freedom to better comprehend the audience and potentially make any adjustments to the main product before the beginning of the season.
“Sports fans express their fandom in so many numerous ways, and compiling is such an intrinsic part of it,” said Dave Feldman, SVP Marketing at Dapper Labs.
He further added that, “We’re fascinated to be operating alongside the NFL, to power up the NFL fan adventure by delivering these limited edition NFTs commemorating this year’s Conference and Super Bowl Champions.”
The NFL has also announced a distinct NFT initiative by facilitating fans who buy a ticket to the forthcoming Super Bowl game to earn a free NFT version. The league has been committing this in specified games throughout the season and it looks like an achievement.
For fans, obtaining physical tickets can be more sophisticated than expected because the paper is easy to get degraded or missed. Digital tickets don’t have any of such problems and are a souvenir of the game. It shouldn’t cost much for the NFL to coin the tickets as NFTs, and is an indication that most fans are sure to applaud.
Moreover, the NFL has been trading limited edition collectable editions of games. Presently, it is retailing single edition NFTs for past Super Bowls. Stay tuned with us for further updates.