Rario, a cricket NFT platform, announced Arshdeep Singh’s exclusive partnership with the platform to launch his own non-fungible tokens on Tuesday (NFTs). Singh’s NFTs will be available exclusively on Rario as a result of this collaboration.
As a platform player partner, Singh joins Rishabh Pant, Virender Sehwag, Zaheer Khan, Smriti Mandhana, Cheteshwar Pujara, Ruturaj Gaikwad, M Siraj, Shafali Verma, Rashid Khan, Jason Holder, Quinton De Kock, and many others.
“I am super excited for the exclusive partnership with Rario to launch my own non-fungible tokens (NFTs). I look forward to sharing some of my most cherished possessions and connecting with my fans on the biggest community of cricket fans, Rario,” Arshdeep Singh said of the collaboration (NFTs).
On Monday, Rario also launched the ‘Star Power Pack Drop,’ which the company claims sold out in minutes. The most recent Star Power Pack Drop included player cards from the Indian and Australian cricket teams, who will compete in a bilateral series beginning today, September 20. It included one Australian and one Indian player card with varying skill sets per pack, including Rishabh Pant, Dinesh Karthik, Steve Smith, and Pat Cummins. The packs ranged in price from $4 to $150.
Ankit Wadhwa, Co-Founder and CEO of Rario, stated, “Our latest ‘Star Power NFT packdrop’ met with unprecedented enthusiasm from cricket fans and got sold out in a matter of minutes. At the same time, we are also partnering with yet another rising star of Indian cricket, Arshdeep Singh, who joins the existing league of cricketers on our platform. His addition to our line-up of players will further strengthen the global cricket fandom that Rario is creating.”
Ankit Wadhwa and Sunny Bhanot founded the licensed digital collectibles platform for cricket fans to collect and trade cricket NFTs in 2021. Cricket Australia, Hero Caribbean Premier League, Lanka Premier League, Abu Dhabi T10 League, Legends League Cricket, Big Bash League, and Women’s Big Bash League are its exclusive partners. Rario is based in Singapore and is backed by investors such as Kingsway Capital, Presight Capital, and Dream Capital, as well as Polygon Studios and Animoca.