Hamburg, January 2022. The first authorized collection of NFT CHESS CHAMPIONS WORLD CHAMPIONS will be supplemented by a special edition by Viktor Korchna. This edition of NFT will be raffled off among all participants in the NFT Collection CHESS CHAMPIONS WORLD CHAMPIONS auction on opensea.io after closing. If you’re lucky, you’ll get a unique NFT that can later gain collector’s value due to the obvious connection to the World Cup series. The bet is at least one of the chess world champions of the NFT collection. Even if you get the upper hand, you have a chance to win Kortschnoj NFT.
Matthias Wulenweber, Managing Director of ChessBase, is proud to release this unique NFT collection worldwide: “Although Victor Kortshnu was eventually denied the title, we want to honor him as an extremely successful player in the history of the World Chess Championships.”
Victor Korchnoy has joined the NFT CHESS CHAMPIONS WORLD CHAMPIONS collection
The first authorized collection of CHESS WORLD CHAMPIONS NFT was released by ChessBase, the world’s leading German chess software company. The exclusive NFT collection “CHAMPIONSHIP CHAMPIONS OF THE CHESS” presents iconic games of such great minds as Bobby Fisher, Anatoly Karpov, Vichy Anand or Vladimir Kramnik, with only one NFT per piece. Each work is offered only as a truly unique single work. In the future, the collection will expand. More information can be found at https://nft.chessbase.com
The auction on opensea.io (https://opensea.io/collection/chess-world-champions) will run until January 12, 2022.
ChessBase is a German chess media company whose chess software is now the world standard for world champions, professionals and ambitious amateurs.
According to Vichy Anand (2007-2013 World Champion), ChessBase has changed the chess world forever. It is more or less unthinkable not to work with him now. ” The company operates an international chess server, a chess news platform and develops game-changing chess programs such as “Fritz” as well as award-winning educational programs for children.
The entire collection is designed by Carl Eriksson, a Swede who lives and practices his skills on a bunch of exciting brands, including ChessBase in Hamburg, Germany.
ChessBase GmbH, Hamburg, Germany
Rainer Weissen, Managing Director