Topps have released Topps Series 2 - 21/22 Bundesliga NFT Cards, offering fans the opportunity to follow and relive the most memorable moments from Bundesliga Matchdays 6 to 10 on ToppsNFTs.com, an Avalanche-powered blockchain platform.
Series 2 is the second offering of the 2021/22 Bundesliga season. The NFT cards feature top plays and notable players from around the league - complete with audio commentary - as they look to write their own piece of Bundesliga history. Each release captures the pivotal moments and emotion of the 2021/22 Bundesliga season in the form of unique NFT collectible cards.
"The next chapter of the 2021/22 Bundesliga season has produced unforgettable moments, and we are proud to release the digital trading cards," said Tobin Lent, VP & Global General Manager of Topps Digital Sports & Entertainment at The Topps Company. "We are eagerly waiting to see which cards are most popular among fans and collectors in our lively marketplace."
Each Series 2 pack, which contains 4 NFT cards, will guarantee at least 1 video card per pack, as well as a Club Pennant NFT card, which pays homage to the captain exchange before each match. 'Fan Favorite' NFTs mark a new addition to the series. These have been selected by the global collector community, and can be found as rare variations
Topps Series 2 - 21/22 Bundesliga NFT Cards were available for purchase from 1pm EST on Thursday, 17 March, exclusively on toppsnfts.com, with card rarities ranging from Common to Legendary. Only one pack type is available for this collection with each pack guaranteeing a Rare or better NFT collectible. Packs retail for $45 (USD).
Those sold out within 90 minutes, but don't worry if you missed out. There is a second market where you can still buy NFTs HERE.
Topps Series 2 - 21/22 Bundesliga NFT Cards are the third Bundesliga NFT card product to hit the market on ToppsNFTs.com, following Series 1, and the Bundesliga 2020-21 Season Celebration NFT Trading Card Collection.
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