The Budverse (Budweiser) NFT collection in conjunction with the FIFA World Cup™ will be available today through December 18 to fans of legal age. The NFT Live Scoreboard can be minted only by countries participating in the World Cup in Qatar.
Budweiser’s exclusive Budweiser NFT Budverse and FIFA World Cup™ collection will be available starting today for fans (over the age of 18), to mint NFTs called Live Scoreboard for the countries participating in the upcoming World Cup to be played in Qatar between November and December of this year.
The NFTs mint will start today and will run until December 18, when the World Cup final will be played.
Budweiser announced this new project through its official Twitter account, which will allow users to follow the progress of their favorite team in real time during the most important soccer event. Official TwitterBudweiser’s official Twitter account, which will allow users to follow the progress of their favorite team in real time during soccer’s most important sporting event.
In addition, the legendary beer brand mentioned that users who purchase the NFTs of this collection will have the opportunity to participate in a unique trip to the FIFA Cup Final with a companion. You can learn more about everything they have to offer by logging on to the Discord Budweiser’s website.
The “Budverse x FIFA World Cup NFT” collection features non-fungible live score tokens that allow owners the ability to select a country to represent them and track their progress in real time during all the matches the country plays in the World Cup.
The 360 experience is a VIP hospitality package for the winner and a guest that includes round-trip flights to Doha, tickets to the World Cup™ third place and final matches, and tours of the Doha desert. It also includes 5-star hotel accommodation, all-inclusive meals and beverages. To top off the entire 360 experience, you will receive a very rare 1:1 gold NFT to take home as a souvenir of your journey and to commemorate in some way this collection and Budweiser’s project with the FIFA World Cup™.
It also offers some exclusive rewards such as: a premium Budweiser-inspired soccer merchandise kit Live Scoreboard NFT offers some exclusive rewards such as: a premium Budweiser-inspired soccer merchandising kit ranging from scarves, to color-changing aluminum mugs, to a collectible soccer sticker.
While users were waiting for the airdrop of these spectacular NFTs, they had the opportunity to enjoy “Penalty Budverse”, a mini penalty kick game between the countries participating in the World Cup.The game was based on choosing a country, creating your player and kicking penalties against other countries, with the objective of achieving the highest score among all participants.
On the other hand, Live Scoreboard NFTs will trade at a $100 purchase value, plus tax as applicable, and a maximum of 32 NFTs will be available per user (this applies to single or multiple transactions). Owners of previous NFTs from Budweiser’s collection called “Budverse Heritage Can” will have the ability to claim a free Live Scoreboard.
NFTs can be purchased through the official website using a credit or debit card issued by the country you are in. nft.budweiser.com using a credit or debit card issued by the country you are in, as sales outside the U.S. and the U.K. are processed via Terminal3 y Paymentwall.
However, individuals residing in the US and the UK will be able to get the non-fungible tokens through Coinbase Commerce with digital assets such as ETH, BTC and USDC.
Lastly, Budweiser has already dabbled in the NFTs industry with the collection I named above called “Budverse Heritage Can”. Also, earlier this year it has launched a project of 11,000 NFTs from 22 emerging music artists such as: Satomaa, Kablito, DTheFlyest, Samantha Sanchez, Lil Keed, Paopao y Blu DeTigre, among others.
Written by Rodrigo Catalan (TW: @RodrigoCatalanB) for NFT Express.