“Game of Thrones” NFTs are coming this winter. Warner Brothers Discovery, the creators of Game of Thrones, has collaborated with the NFT marketplace Nifty’s to release an NFT collection based on the hit HBO TV show. Although no official release date has been set, fans can expect “Game of Thrones” NFTs in late 2022.
- Warner Bros. Discovery (WBD) and HBO have teamed up to launch “Game of Thrones” NFTs on Palm Blockchain.
- Digital production company Daz 3D will design, develop, and produce the collection.
- The company has not yet disclosed pricing information.
Since Nifty’s operates on the Palm Network the collection will most likely to release on the Palm blockchain. Given that, Palm is an Ethereum compatible token-powered blockchain ecosystem. It features low gas costs, fast transaction finality, and 99% more energy efficiency than other work systems.
“Game of Thrones: Build Your Realm”
The new “Game of Thrones: Build Your Realm” collection is a partnership with Daz 3D, a digital production company that will design, develop, and produce the collection.
Fans of the HBO series may acquire unique avatars in Game of Thrones: Build Your Realm. According to Nifty’s, the initial sale will begin with the release of Game of Thrones-inspired avatars. The avatars will come with a pack of digital collectibles that their holders can use to upgrade their avatars.
The collection is part of a larger program with many parts that will continue in various ways. Essentially, the Game of Thrones NFT collection will include a variety of digital collectibles, such as weapons, companions, and gear, allowing collectors to customize the stats of their avatar.
Other collection categories will include classic Game of Thrones events, places, and people. This will let collectors make their own virtual realms.
“We’re excited to expand the Game of Thrones fandom and franchise with this unique digital collectible program that’ll engage fans on a deeper level.”Josh Hackbarth, Head of NFT Commercial Development for Warner Bros Discovery
He also stated that the collection allows fans to immerse themselves in the world of the show, thereby improving the overall fan experience.
With the launch of “Game of Thrones” NFTs, WBD is likely looking to generate additional revenue from one of HBO’s most popular franchises. The company is in need of funds after suffering a net loss of $3.4 million in the previous quarter. WBD also carries a $53 billion debt load. The company will report its Q3 results tomorrow, November 3.
Previously, Warner Bros announced a partnership to release The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring Web3 film experience with blockchain-based startup Eluvio. Moreover, this was the very first time a significant studio released a movie in this format.
Earlier this year, HBO extended Game of Thrones’ digital reach with House of the Dragon: DracARys. The augmented reality application enables people to turn into their own rendition of the Mother of Dragons by raising their own digital dragon.
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