The “Belgium Edition Mystery Box Collection’ is scheduled to go live on June 24, 11 am UTC.
The second drop of the Urbanball NFT collection is close as it saw massive success on the first one selling out all NFT.
Exclusively, on the Binance NFT marketplace, there will be some “Belgium Edition” street football NFTs. The mystery boxes containing these football NFTs will be distributed randomly at half price, compared to the first sale!
Mystery Boxes Mint Details
- When is it? – June 24, 11 am UTC.
- Where will the mint occur? – Binance NFT Marketplace.
- What is inside? – Each mystery box will contain either a character or skill card NFT.
- How many NFTs are available? – 10,000 NFTs
- What’s the price? – $25 for each pack (50% discount from the first drop)
The special thing about this particular drop is that these NFTs are real-life street football tournament winners from Brussels and Antwerp.
The Urbanball NFT character cards are based on real-life street football players, while skill cards consist of different football techniques used in-game to boost the character’s performance.
How Are These NFTs Used?
It is important to say that players need both a character and a skill card NFT to play the Urbanball play-to-earn street football game, scheduled for release later this year.
Real utility can be found within each card and also be seen as digital collectibles beyond use in the game! Holders of the rarest NFTs receive exclusive rewards, such as meet and greets with athletes.
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