Paris Saint-Germain has put NFT tickets for upcoming friendly matches on its Japan tour on sale.
The price of the tickets in NFT is 30 million yen, or $218,817.
Paris Saint-Germain and the Japan tour’s NFT ticket sale
PSG on tour in Japan
France’s Ligue 1 winning team, Paris Saint-Germain, is selling tickets for upcoming friendly matches on the Japan tour in their Non-Fungible Token (NFT) version.
Specifically, it is selling three premium NFT tickets for each of the three matches. The value of each NFT ticket is 30 million yen, or $218,817, and the sale will be valid on the dedicated website until Wednesday, July 13.
The NFT ticket will give access to the stadium’s VIP lounge and VIP party, where customers can take pictures with PSG players.
Later on, however, other NFT tickets will also be available for sale: the Gold VVIP tickets priced at 1 million yen each and the Platinum VVIP tickets, priced at 10 million yen each.
Not only that, but Paris Saint-Germain also arranged for the sale of NFT Commemorative Merchandising NFTs for the Japan 2022 tour, an event that has not happened since 1995 (27 years ago).
French Ligue 1 champions take part in Japan tour
By purchasing new NFT tickets, users can win the chance to meet live and have their pictures taken with their idols.
In fact, joining the Japan tour and NFT ticket formula are Paris Saint-Germain stars such as Lionel Messi, Neymar Júnior, and Kylian Mbappé.
Speaking of the infamous Leo Messi, during his acquisition to PSG from Barcelona FC last year, official news had leaked that Paris Saint-Germain had paid Messi in cryptocurrency, specifically with $PSG fan tokens.
The company itself had let it be known that it had included in Leo Messi’s welcome package a high number of PSG fan tokens, the tokens issued by Socios.
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