- Ticketmaster has already created more than 5 million NFTs on the Flow blockchain.
- NBA Top Shot, UFC Strike, and NFL All Day all run on Flow.
- 70,000 one-of-a-kind virtual commemorative tickets NFT were made for Super Bowl LVI.
Event organisers who use Ticketmaster to sell tickets for live events can now issue NFTs before, during, and after live events thanks to a new service from Dapper Labs’ Flow blockchain.
Throughout the fan journey, the goal is to open up unique integrations. Ticketmaster has already created more than 5 million NFTs on the Flow blockchain for its event organiser clients, such as the Apollo Theater, Sebastian Maniscalco, The Black Crowes, and Gavin DeGraw.
NBA Top Shot, UFC Strike, and NFL All Day all run on Flow, which is an open, decentralised platform.
The relationship between Ticketmaster and Flow started with Super Bowl LVI, when 70,000 one-of-a-kind virtual commemorative tickets NFTs were made. These tickets showed where each person was sitting.
During the 2022 season, the NFL will give out NFTs made by Flow at more than 100 games, including at least three home games for each of the 32 teams.