It turns out Dapper Labs isn’t the only one doing sports NFTs in Vancouver.
Vancouver’s Network NFT Studios has announced an exclusive, multi-year, community- focused NFT partnership with the Hockey Hall of Fame (HHOF).
The project aims to attract a global sporting and cultural fan base that are inspired by the game of hockey and by the HHOF’s rich history, its archive, exhibits, and unsurpassed collection of cherished memorabilia and images.
Launching in the fall of 2022, Network and the HHOF will develop a fan-focused NFT program that will encourage peer-to-peer collaboration and incentives for fans to interact with their HHOF digital collectibles, unlocking new rewards and experiences in the process.
This NFT initiative will inspire hockey fans and NFT collectors alike to buy, collect and trade NFT digital collectibles, and to be part of a holistic and vibrant community to celebrate the history of hockey and the players and plays of a lifetime.
“Network’s core capabilities in content creation at the highest level in film and publishing has been the foundation of a long term relationship that has supported the Hockey Hall of Fame’s commitment to preserving the history of the game,” Jeff Denomme, President & CEO of the Hockey Hall of Fame shared.
“Network’s track record for telling the stories of legendary players is the motivating force to collaborate together on developing a dynamic Hockey Hall of Fame NFT project.”
Network (TSXV: NTE) is also currently producing the 10-part television series, “Legends of Hockey: Greatness Calling 2000-20”, including hockey legends Mark Messier, Brett Hull, Ray Borque, Joe Sakic, Doug Gilmour, Patrick Roy, and female legends Cammi Granato and Hayley Wickenheiser for TSN and the HHOF, scheduled to premiere in November 2022.