The explosive opener, Shikhar Dhawan has collaborated with FanCraze, a subsidiary firm of Faze Technologies. In this agreement, the southpaw will be sharing his most memorable moments of the cricket pitch on the NFT platform.
The sports-tech firm will mint the NFTs of his memorabilia and share it with his fanbase. With this move, he gets added to the esteemed list of FanCraze clients which includes the likes of great cricketers like Rohit Sharma, Ravichandran Ashwin, Andre Russell, Yuzvendra Chahal, Muthiah Murlidaran and Jasprit Bumrah.
The legendary opener revealed this association through his social media handles, Instagram and Twitter with a feature post that said, “I’m excited to announce my exclusive partnership with Fancraze with whom I step into the cricket metaverse. Gabbar fans, you can now get to own the most memorable and iconic moments of my life’s journey and build your NFT collection with FanCraze. Register on fancraze.com today to own the most iconic NFTs from my personal collection.”
The digital platform also welcomed the Delhi batsman on board through a feature video showcasing glimpses of the memorable moments of the cricketer’s career, which said, “Shikhar aka Gabbar’, sets foot in the cricket metaverse with FanCraze. The stylish and explosive batter, one of the best openers for India, Shikhar Dhawan will be exclusively launching his personal NFTs on FanCraze. Register now at FanCraze.com.”
With this collaboration, the sports enthusiasts and fans of the world-class batsman can own some of the grandest moments of Dhawan’s sensational career by purchasing collectibles in a verifiable manner. They would also have the chance to trade and share these items online with other users and create a digital ecosystem.
In this digital revolution, FanCraze has progressed very well in recent times. Apart from signing some notable cricketers into its portfolio, FanCraze has also announced the launch of the first digital collectibles series, ‘Crictos’. Faze Technologies has inked a three-year collaboration with the ICC. Under this partnership, the NFT producer has gained the rights to the council’s catalogues of video and audio clips from 1975.