• Limit Break, a blockchain-based Web 3 company, will give away thousands of its Dragon series NFTs via an interactive advertisement that will air during Super Bowl LVII.
• The free-to-own NFT model is game-changing and these asset releases are key moments leading up to the commercial.
• Mobile gaming is a $300 billion industry worldwide and Limit Break has already raised $200 million in funding with the expectation of growing a massive global audience.
Limit Break’s Upcoming Super Bowl Commercial
Limit Break, a blockchain-based Web 3 company and pioneer of free-to-own NFT model, will introduce massive audiences to DigiDaigaku by giving away thousands of its Dragon series NFTs via an interactive advertisement that will air during Super Bowl LVII on February 12. This move marks a radical departure from the previous generation of NFT projects, which often charge thousands of dollars for digital collectibles instead of giving them away for free. In many cases, these earlier projects sell these collectibles as in-game assets for games that they promise to build with the money they receive in these sales. However, DigiDaigaku provides tens of thousands of free NFT tokens for gamers to own outright without any false promises or puffery associated with them. These tokens can be used to enhance the player experience in Web3 games – like Limit Break collaborator games “Castaways” and “Ether Orcs”.
The Free-To-Own Model
This new blockchain gaming model created by legendary game designers Gabriel Leydon and Halbert Nakagawa is poised to revolutionize the industry as it offers players a chance to own something without having to pay high prices. Mr. Leydon commented on this new trend saying “Limit Break’s free-to-own NFT model is literally game changing” and encouraged everyone to take advantage of this release during the Super Bowl broadcast on February 12th.
Mobile Gaming Industry
Mobile gaming is a $300 billion industry worldwide – far larger than television, movies and music combined – built around the free-to-play model pioneered by Leydon and Nakagawa at their previous company Machine Zone where users either purchase add on game enhancements or earn them by playing. Limit Break has already raised $200 million with expectations growing for its future success after this upcoming commercial launch during Super Bowl LVII .
With its revolutionary free-to own NFT model set to launch during one of America’s biggest sporting events, Limit Break looks set to revolutionize mobile gaming as we know it today while introducing millions more into the world of web3 gaming thanks to its upcoming giveaway initiative during Super Bowl LVII .