Like different esports organizations and firms, match organizer BLAST is experimenting with non-fungible tokens (NFTs); the corporate introduced that it has partnered with NFT firm Bondly to create NFTs associated to its BLAST Premier international Counter-Strike: Global Offensive match sequence. The brand new NFTs, accessible for $18 USD, go on sale June 15. Customers can signal as much as buy these digital gadgets by means of June 14.
The NFTs characteristic chickens, the unofficial mascots of the CS:GO group, and are available two NFT variants: group pink and group blue. Every group has three completely different customizable NFTs.
On Thursday, BLAST announced a partnership with Epic Games to assist facilitate the FNCS All Star Showdown going down later this month.