On October 1, global sports firm TSM FTX Solana announced the launch of the company’s first Non-Functional Token (NFT) collection through a partnership with blockchain-based NFT game Orri.
TSM FTX collaborates with Solana and Serum-powered blockchain game Orri
In the first week of June, FTX Trading Limited revealed that the crypto company had signed a naming rights deal with US professional sports organization TSM for 210 million. The announcement said that the crypto firm will change the name of the sports company “TSM FTX” and the two companies will cooperate in a multi-year partnership.
On Friday, TSM FTX explained that the company is launching the company’s first NFT collection. NFTs were created by aurory.io. The Orri game is similar to the blockchain-powered game Axis Infinity but uses a decentralized exchange (dex) built in Solana blockchain and Serum, Solana.
“Orri is a JRPG computer game where people will evolve into a rich and diverse universe,” the game’s website explains. “In this world, you will discover antiques and cryptos, two different areas and biomes. You will meet a number of NPCs and mysterious creatures that live on this earth, called Nephtis. Throughout your journey, you will own Nephthis and fight horrible battles. Use them to fight.
TSM FTX4 drops NFT ‘Aurorians’
TSM FTX has dropped four separate NFTs called “Aurorians” and each is wearing TSM merchandise like the 2017 LCS-winning jersey. There is a new 2021 version that has the TSM FTX logo, the announcement details.
TSM FTX explains, “These exclusive avatars have multiple functions inside and outside the game.” “Acting as a player’s visual identity, allowing owners access to future game modes before they are released to the public, exclusive access to special modes and rewards, and more.”
TSM FTX fans can also enter to win the exclusive NFT Avatar and the company says the remaining tokens will be auctioned at a later date. In conclusion, TSM FTX says that the blockchain game is compatible with the Orri TSM FTX’s “vision for the future”.
TSM FTX What do you think about joining Orri to launch the first TSM FTX NFT collection? Let us know what you think about this in the comments section below.
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