Following a successful NFT collection in 2021, Kansas City Chiefs star quarterback Patrick Mahomes returns with Museum of Mahomes II.
According to a spokesperson, the Museum of Mahomes II collection will encompass 15,000 NFTs, drawing inspiration from Mahomes’ entire NFL career. He has yet to disclose the specific network for the minting or the pricing details of the collectibles.
The Museum of Mahomes NFTs offers real-world perks as part of the collection. Collectors can get game-worn items, physical trading cards, autographed jerseys, footballs and other memorabilia.
Additionally, the physical items, signed by Mahomes, are available for the original owners of NFTs from the previous drop.
Mahomes recently teased the upcoming drop on Monday through social media, sharing the live website link for the collection. The post also displayed a countdown clock, building anticipation for the release.
During the past NFT auctions, three tiers of collectibles were offered. The proceeds consistently support the 15 and the Mahomies Foundation, a charity organization founded by Mahomes to improve child welfare. These funds were directed towards the completion of Martin Luther King Jr. Square Park, while a part of the proceeds were also given to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Missouri.
“I am excited to offer physical replicas to holders of the Museum of Mahomes I collection and do some good in the world with the 15 and the Mahomies Foundation as a part of the Museum of Mahomes II release,” said Mahomes.
Although Mahomes partnered with Dapper Labs’ NFL All Day for his previous NFT project, he is now embarking on a solo venture with his own platform.
Museum of Mahomes I was released in March 2021. This debut, which coincided with the initial surge of interest in the NFT space, resulted in a $3.7 million sales figure.
In the NFT drop, Mahomes hosted a launching event on MakersPlace, a prominent Ethereum NFT marketplace and platform. He collaborated with the digital art duo Impossible Brief and created a series of digital artworks and collectibles that captured important moments from his life. This collection comprises rare artifacts, memories and relics that showcase Mahomes’ legacy.
“As I’ve started to see more and more things come out with the NFTs and seeing how they, the digital way, the way the world’s going to collect memorabilia and have another asset, it was kind of a no-brainer for me to get involved as quickly as possible,” the 27-year-old told CNBC’s “The Exchange.”
Several other athletes have ventured into the NFT space, such as Rob Gronkowski with his Championship Series NFT Collection, Tom Brady’s startup Autograph and Dez Bryant’s athlete NFT initiative called Personal Corner. xSigma also partnered with several NFL athletes, such as Janoris Jenkins (Tennessee Titans) and Devon Kennard (Arizona Cardinals).
Besides his accomplishments in the NFT space, Mahomes has achieved notable success throughout his NFL career. During his six seasons, he has secured two Super Bowl championships and earned MVP awards for his performances.
In his latest Super Bowl game, he completed 13 out of 14 passes for 93 yards and threw two touchdown passes, playing a pivotal role in his team’s 38-35 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles.
Moreover, Mahomes is the only quarterback in history to surpass 5,000 passing yards in a season, accomplishing it in college and the NFL.
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