HUMBL announced that it has launched a digital collectables NFT program with the Rugby League Samoa Alliance.
Rugby League Samoa can also pair unique NFTs with affinity programs, authentic goods and experiences, and other things that bring people together.
Fans of the Samoa national team from all over the world can now get digital NFTs of their favourite players to put in their HUMBL digital wallets.
The NFT collection is going to be “Verified by 0BLOCKS” and authenticated on the BLOCKS Registry when it is complete. Because of this, the collection will be able to be validated and traced for the rest of its life.
“This link with the Rugby League Samoa Alliance is very important to us,” said Brian Foote, the CEO of HUMBL. “This is a great chance to show off our HUMBL wallet technologies along with a world-class sports program. This will create digital connections between sports fans in North America, the Asia-Pacific region, and the rest of the world.”
We’re very proud of our World Cup team, which made history. Tagaloa Fa’afouina Su’a, President of Rugby League Samoa, said, “It is a dream to see all of our Pacific nations competing at the highest level against the best in the world.” “The partnership with our newly formed Rugby League Samoa Alliance gives us new ideas and stability to help our grassroots programs, domestic and international player development, and player development in other countries.”
According to Julius Tuigamala, Director of the Rugby League Samoa Alliance.
Rugby League Samoa is moving into a new era of digital commerce, authentic merchandise, and fan engagement around the world, and this is a big step in that direction.
The next time the team plays is in the Rugby League World Cup Semifinals at Emirates Stadium on November 12, 2022. www.HUMBL.com/Samoa is where you can find the digital collection.
HUMBL is a Web 3 platform that lets customers have digital experiences with the HUMBL Search Engine, HUMBL WalletTM, HUMBL TicketsTM, HUMBL NFT GalleryTM, and HUMBL marketplace. HUMBL also has its tech, entertainment, and ticketing companies.
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