Gaming company Animoca Brands has acquired Ninjastickers and their rights for digital collectibles based on MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3. They have not revealed any financial details about the acquisition. As a result of the deal, collectors can now buy all digital collectibles from Ninjastickers with Animoca’s REVV token.
Animoca Brands already had the rights to launch a MotoGP management game on the blockchain, and with these collectibles they now have a full house. The MotoGP game will also come to the Flow blockchain, with an early version expected this winter. Gamers will use the REVV token in this game and in the already available racing game F1 Delta Time.
The acquisition of Ninjastickers gives owners of the REVV token another way to spend their money. The first 2019 racing season has a maximum of 39510 collectible cards based on the MotoGP, Moto2 or Moto3. These cards depict riders, bikes or action moments from the races. However, according to data from Opensea there are currently only 35 collectors and 212 collectibles on the market. One card pack costs 1.888 REVV until the end of this month.
“MotoGP is watched by an audience of over 400 million people worldwide and shown by more than a hundred media broadcasters, and Animoca Brands is now a major provider of blockchain goods for MotoGP, Moto2, and Moto3. Previously these licensing rights were split between Animoca Brands and NinjaStickers, so this consolidation makes strategic sense and will provide a better and more valuable experience for fans.”Yat Siu, co-founder and chairman Animoca Brands
Play to earn REVV
Gamers involved in F1 Delta Time can earn REVV by playing the game or staking their assets. The REVV token launch three weeks ago at a price of $0.00666. At this moment the newly launched token is worth $0.014, which is double from the launch price.
REVV is the dedicated token for all racing sports fanatics. Animoca Brands already incorporated the token in F1 Delta Time, while the upcoming MotoGP game will do the same. In addition there’s a third unannounced racing game coming as well.
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