London, England, Nov. 12, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — HUMBL (OTCQB: HMBL) announced today that it has launched a digital collectibles NFT program with the Rugby League Samoa Alliance.
Samoa national team fans from around the world will now be able to collect digital NFTs of their favorite players in their HUMBL digital wallets.
The unique NFTs can also be paired by Rugby League Samoa with affinity programs, authentic merchandise and experiences.
The NFT collection will be “Verified by BLOCKS” and authenticated on the BLOCKS Registry, for lifetime verification and tracking of the collection.
“We deeply value this connection with the Rugby League Samoa Alliance,” said Brian Foote, CEO of HUMBL. “This is a great opportunity to showcase our HUMBL wallet technologies, alongside a world class sports program, creating digital fan connections between North America, the Asia Pacific and around the world.”
“We are extremely proud of our history-making World Cup team. It is a dream to see our Pacific nations all competing at elite levels against the best in the world,” said Tagaloa Fa’afouina Su’a, President of Rugby League Samoa. “The partnership with our newly formed Rugby League Samoa Alliance ensures innovation and stability to better support our grassroots programs, domestic and international player development.”
“Rugby League Samoa is stepping forward into a new generation of digital commerce, authentic merchandise and fan engagement around the world, and this is an important step forward in that journey,” said Julius Tuigamala, Director of the Rugby League Samoa Alliance.
The team next competes in the Rugby League World Cup Semifinals on November 12, 2022 at Emirates Stadium. The digital collection will be available at: www.HUMBL.com/Samoa.
HUMBL is a Web 3 platform that integrates the HUMBL Search Engine, HUMBL Wallet™, HUMBL Tickets™, HUMBL NFT Gallery™ and HUMBL Marketplace™ into digital experiences for customers. HUMBL also owns subsidiary companies in technology, entertainment and ticketing.
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