Tfue has announced the upcoming release of the NFTfue King of Gaming Collection through a collaboration with entertainment company Medium Rare. The NFT collection will be auctioned off on OpenSea beginning April 8th at 7 PM EST, as Tfue joins a recent influx of content creators exploring the non-fungible token space.
Introducing the NFTfue King of Gaming Collection – my own personal NFT series bringing me to life through special edition game characters! RT for your chance to win a Tfue NFT Bobblehead! Visit https://t.co/gm72oFIlY1 for more information about my NFTs and how to buy! #NFT pic.twitter.com/TsH9K9DLNW
— Tfue (@TTfue) April 6, 2021
Tfue launches NFT collection
Tfue’s NFT collection features him as a character in several of his favorite video game titles which include Minecraft, Fortnite, and Call of Duty. The auction will start on April 8 at 7 PM EST and end at April 10 at 7 PM EST. Interested parties must pay for the auction using the Ethereum cryptocurrency.
His NFT collection includes the following:
- 1-of-1 King of Gaming Showdown NFT Video
- Fortnite NFT Video: limited to 33 editions available on Auction
- Call of Duty NFT Video: limited to 33 editions available on Auction
- Minecraft NFT Video: limited to 33 editions available on Auction
- Fortnite Bobblehead: limited to 100 editions and available for purchase for 1ETH
- Call of Duty Bobblehead: limited 100 editions and available for purchase for 1ETH
- Minecraft Bobblehead: limited to 100 editions and available for purchase for 1ETH
All of the users that manage to acquire one of the exclusive collectibles will additionally receive an invite to a private gaming stream with Tfue at a future date. Those that win one of the Bobblehead NFTs will also have a physical version shipped directly to them. The winning bidder of the 1-of-1 King of Gaming Showdown token gets the biggest prize: the opportunity to hang out with Tfue in Tampa, Florida for a day of streaming, gaming, jet skiing, and more.
Tfue joins content creators like Logan Paul, along with esports organizations that include Sentinels and 100 Thieves that have also recently ventured into the cryptocurrency space with their own non-fungible tokens. We’ll have to see what other creators get on the NFT bandwagon in the future.