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Italian football club Torino will launch a collection of video NFTs. It is going to be the first case of an NFT creation within the Series A teams.
Torino FC is partnering with RealFevr to develop the NFTs. The latter is a Portuguese startup focused on the football sphere.
The NFT collection will feature a set of iconic football moments. Torino FC owns the digital rights for the home matches, which makes the videos exclusive and collectible. With the help of RealFevr, they will be converted into NFTs.
The main characters of the future NFTs are going to be Andrea Belotti, Alessio Cerci, Cristian Ansaldi, Fabio Quagliarella, and Marco Ferrante. Some of the 1999/2000 players will make part of the digitalisation as well. RealFevr will tokenize videos shot on the Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino and Stadio delle Alpi.
The commercial director of Torino FC, Lorenzo Barale, said: “The goal of this collaboration is to give our fans new ways to interact with the Club, and to continue our digital transformation to connect with football fans around the world.”
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