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FIFA+ Collect Unveils Exclusive Club World Cup Collection



In preparation for its next major event, FIFA via the FIFA+ Collect has announced the launch of the FIFA Club World Cup Saudi Arabia 2023™ collection, marking its first collaboration with technology firm Modex.

The collaboration signifies a strategic shift as Modex takes on the management of FIFA+ Collect, promising exciting developments for football enthusiasts and digital collectible aficionados alike.

Modex is a web3 product development company that focuses on providing innovative blockchain-based solutions to empower businesses. 

The company aims to bring the benefits of blockchain technology to traditional databases and applications, and it has expertise in leveraging the Microsoft Azure platform to design and deliver solutions. 

It is known for its enterprise blockchain solutions and has been involved in ventures with tech partners and educational projects. 

The FIFA Club World Cup is an international men’s association football competition organized by FIFA, the sport’s global governing body. 

The tournament brings together the best domestic talent from across the globe, with the winners of each confederation’s premier competition participating. 

The current format of the tournament involves seven teams competing for the title at venues within the host nation. These teams include the winners of the AFC Champions League (Asia), CAF Champions League (Africa), CONCACAF Champions League (North, Central America, and Caribbean), CONMEBOL Libertadores (South America), OFC Champions League (Oceania), UEFA Champions League (Europe), and the host nation’s national champions.

According to FIFA, the collection scheduled for December 15 on FIFA Collect+, will comprise 100 rare digital collectibles. 

Significantly,  the rarest among them will offer football enthusiasts a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to secure tickets for the FIFA World Cup 26™ final.

Furthermore, it said that the event, which will be held in Jeddah, will commence on December 12 and will see the seven top football teams, including reigning Saudi Pro League champions Al Ittihad and football giants such as Manchester City FC, Fluminense FC, and more, compete for the trophy.

To enhance accessibility, FIFA+ Collect plans to release an additional 900 digital collectibles on the Polygon network. 

These collectibles will be accessible on the OpenSea platform and are set to launch on December 19, coinciding with the peak of the FIFA Club World Cup. 

The expanded collection will feature memorable moments from the tournament and digital representations of sought-after memorabilia, offering fans a distinctive and innovative means to engage with the sport.

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