What’s next for Doctor Who and Thunderbirds when it comes to NFTs? Do big brands always guarantee a hit, and what are the key aspects to pin down when it comes to blockchain games? Dive into these questions and more in this session from the live conference Pocket Gamer Connects Helsinki 2022 where Reality+ client account manager Lakhvir Takhar shares his views and more.
Bringing Thunderbirds to the digital space
Takhar talks about the different milestones the company has had through the years, including launching Reality Clash as one of the first games on the App Store to include NFTs, as well as turning physical toys into NFTs as a revolutionary move.
He also sheds light on the ins and outs of the Thunderbirds: International Rescue Club community experience. This premium NFT-based experience on The Sandbox boasts 5,432 generative avatars that harken back to the show’s iconic opening sequence. It’s also more than just NFTs – as the name suggests, players can join in on a community mission to help charities such as dog rescues and other fundraisers.
Doctor Who NFTs and artist collabs
As for the Doctor Who franchise, Takhar discusses the company’s plans for Doctor Who Worlds Apart, the officially licensed trading card game that features different art styles and thrilling PvP content. He shares his insights on how NFTs aren’t just about the digital space – it’s a community. He also showcases the company’s collaborations with NFT artists across the globe.
Toward the end of the session, Takhar answers a few questions from the audience. He mentions the importance of communication and education when it comes to NFTs, as well as the value of FAQs.
This 20-minute talk is ideal for anyone who’s eager to know about the outlook of popular IP collaborations with developers in the NFT space. Do big brands always get it right? You can find out more and see conference panels like this in person by attending our upcoming partner events.