Animoca Brands Corporation Ltd has acquired the business and trade name of NinjaStickers™, which provides MotoGP™, Moto2™ and Moto3™ non-fungible token (NFT) collectable stickers.
The company has acquired NinjaStickers™ from SingularCK Limited for an undisclosed sum, obtaining additional MotoGP licence rights and assets.
Following the acquisition, Animoca Brands will market and sell the NinjaStickers MotoGP-branded assets on its digital collectables subsidiary Quidd, Inc.
NinjaStickers NFTs are now purchasable on OpenSea with payment in REVV tokens.
Animoca co-founder and chairman Yat Siu said: “MotoGP is watched by an audience of over 400 million people worldwide and shown by more than 100 media broadcasters, and Animoca Brands is now a major provider of blockchain goods for MotoGP, Moto2, and Moto3.
“Previously these licensing rights were split between Animoca Brands and NinjaStickers, so this consolidation makes strategic sense and will provide a better and more valuable experience for fans.”
The acquired NinjaStickers assets will also provide additional utility for the company’s recently launched REVV fungible token for motorsport gaming.
The company, however, clarified that this collection-based sticker asset type is not to be confused with the utility-based NFTs that Animoca Brands is already producing as part of its upcoming game based on MotoGP, which will launch on the Flow blockchain.
Animoca Brands has enabled its REVV token to be used for select purchases on the OpenSea marketplace and for a limited time will sell NinjaStickers’ MotoGP, Moto2, and Moto3 NFT card packs at the price of 1,888 REVV each.
Motorsports blockchain gaming
REVV is Animoca Brands’ recently launched token for official motorsports blockchain gaming
The company previously secured licensing rights to produce a MotoGP blockchain manager game and collectables, which will launch on the Flow blockchain.
MotoGP is the oldest motorsports championship in the world, featuring the fastest riders and the most technologically advanced prototype racing motorcycles.
Animoca Brands previously secured licensing rights from Dorna Sports to develop and publish a blockchain manager game and collectables based on MotoGP.