Limit Break is giving away thousands of NFTs during Super Bowl ad
Limit Break, a Web 3.0 firm utilizing blockchain technology, is planning to distribute thousands of its Dragon NFTs (non-fungible tokens) through a forthcoming Super Bowl LVII advertisement.
Limit Break gives away thousands of NFTs
The company has gained a substantial following by offering free NFT assets ahead of the giveaway. This approach stands in sharp contrast to previous NFT projects, which frequently demanded high prices for digital collectibles instead of giving them away. According to the company, many of these initiatives promised in-game benefits for games they aimed to develop with the revenue generated from sales but frequently failed to deliver on these promises or delayed them significantly.
DigiDaigaku, Limit Break’s NFT token series, provides tens of thousands of free NFTs that players own outright. These tokens can be utilized to enhance the player experience in Web3 games such as Castaways and Ether Orcs, which are collaborating with Limit Break. This blockchain gaming model, designed by game developers Gabriel Leydon and Halbert Nakagawa, has the potential to revolutionize the industry.
In order to obtain a DigiDaigaku Dragon NFT during the Super Bowl broadcast, viewers need to use a smartphone to scan a QR code featured in the ad. The advertisement will air during the first commercial break of the game, but supplies of the free NFTs will be limited, so it’s important to act fast.
Limit Break’s model is a “game-changer”
The mobile gaming sector, valued at $300 billion globally, is larger than the combined size of the television, film, and music industries. The majority of this sector operates on the free-to-play model, which was first introduced by Leydon and Nakagawa at a previous company, Machine Zone. Players can either purchase game enhancements or earn them through gameplay.
According to Limit Break CEO Gabriel Leydon, “Limit Break’s free-to-own NFT model is literally game-changing and these asset releases are key moments building to our upcoming Super Bowl commercial.” The company encourages everyone, whether existing fans or new to the community, to take advantage of the release of these digital collectibles during the Super Bowl broadcast.
Since its establishment in 2021, Limit Break has already raised $200 million and is poised for substantial growth and a vast global audience. Leydon was the CEO of Machine Zone in 2016, when the company sponsored a memorable Super Bowl ad featuring Arnold Schwarzenegger for its Mobile Strike game. Machine Zone also featured celebrities such as Kate Upton and Mariah Carey in its advertisements.
The free-to-own NFT model has the potential to revolutionize the industry and Limit Break’s upcoming Super Bowl commercial is expected to be a memorable event for both fans and the industry.
Super Bowl expected to attract multiple NFT projects
Much like the FIFA World Cup in Dubai, this year’s Super Bowl is expected to attract an array of NFT initiatives from crypto and mainstream firms and brands alike. Reddit has joined forces with the National Football League (NFL) to offer a unique opportunity for fans.
A limited number of 500,000 specially designed NFTs, referred to as Super Bowl LVII Collectible Avatars, were created to commemorate the two teams competing for the championship trophy. These digital collectibles went on sale on February 6.