AFL Digital Collectibles - West Coast Eagles: FAQs
All 2023 West Coast Eagles members, plus those who attended the round 24 farewell match for Shannon Hurn, Luke Shuey and Nic Naitanui at Optus Stadium will get access to an exclusive and free Digital Collectible in the form of an NFT (non-fungible token) to salute and celebrate these three champions of the club. These digital collectibles are game-day memories you can save in your digital collection.
So, wondering how you can score one of these collectibles and how they work? We got you. Whether you’re already familiar with NFTs or wondering how you can get one — all of your questions are answered below.
Please note: These NFTs are being issued for entertainment purposes only and are not intended to provide an expectation of profits. Purchases of these NFTS are not an investment opportunity. Collectible blockchain assets have no inherent or intrinsic value.
What is a Digital Collectible?
A Digital Collectible is otherwise known as an NFT (non-fungible token), which is a unique digital item with blockchain-managed ownership. Examples of NFTs include digital art and collectibles, virtual reality items, ownership records for physical assets, and more.
All 2023 West Coast Eagles members, plus those who attended round 24 vs Adelaide, will be eligible for one Digital Collectible per ticket. Access to the Digital Collectibles will be made available via a link emailed fans in the days following the game..
How do fans receive their Digital Collectible?
Fans will receive a link via email to accept and view their Digital Collectibles. They will need to sign in to their Ticketmaster account to view their Digital Collectibles. Please note: As this collectible is being distributed by Ticketmaster, it is available via your Ticketmaster account only, and NOT your West Coast Eagles membership account.
How do I access my Digital Collectible?
To share, give and/or view your Digital Collectibles, go to the Ticketmaster Collectibles site and sign in using the email address and password associated with your Ticketmaster account.
How do I see the Digital Collectibles I have?
Tap ‘My Digital Collectibles’ at the top of the page. You can access all your Digital Collectibles anytime as long as you are signed in with your Ticketmaster account.
How do I share a link to view my Digital Collectible on social media?
- Go to https://ticketmastercollectibles.au/ and tap into ‘My Digital Collectibles’
- Select the Digital Collectible you would like to share.
- Tap the share icon.
- Select how you would like to share.
- Tap one of the social media icons to share via Twitter or Facebook.
- Or tap the QR code or copy icon to text it or email it.
How can I give my Digital Collectible to a friend?
- Go to ‘My Digital Collectibles’ and tap on the Digital Collectible you would like to give.
- Once on the Digital Collectible page, tap the “GIVE” button.
- Type in the email address of the person you would like to give the Digital Collectible to, press enter, and tap “GIVE.”
- Ticketmaster will send an email to your recipient so they can accept and view the Digital Collectible, making them the new owner of that Digital Collectible
How do I accept a Digital Collectible someone sent to me?
- Tap “Accept” in the email you receive when someone sends you a Digital Collectible.
- Sign in using your Ticketmaster account.
- Once signed in, you will receive the Digital Collectible, and you will own it.
Are there fees associated with receiving my Digital Collectible?
Digital Collectibles are complimentary, there are no additional fees for accepting your Digital Collectibles.
When I receive my Digital Collectible, do I own the copyright of the content?
Does the link to my Digital Collectible expire?
Your Digital Collectible Claim Link will remain valid for the entire season, so you have plenty of time to claim yours.
Are these Digital Collectibles NFTs (non-fungible tokens)?
Yes, the Digital Collectibles are NFTs (non-fungible tokens).
What is an NFT?
An NFT (Non-Fungible Token) is a unique digital item with blockchain-managed ownership. Examples of NFTs include digital art and collectibles, virtual reality items, ownership records for physical assets, and more.
What is a Blockchain?
A blockchain is a decentralized, distributed, and public digital ledger (like a database) that stores transactions, ownership records, and NFTs.
What is the environmental impact of the NFTs (Digital Collectibles) on this Marketplace?
The NFTs are minted on an eco-friendly blockchain with a low carbon footprint.
How do I see what blockchain my NFT (Digital Collectible) was minted on and view my NFT blockchain?
Beneath the name, description and NFT (Digital Collectible) issuer information, you can see a link with the name of the blockchain your NFT was minted on. If you click on this link, a new page will open with a blockchain explorer where you can see the NFT information that is stored on the blockchain.
Who should I contact with questions regarding my Digital Collectible?
If you need to contact us about your digital collectible, you can do this directly from within My Account, follow the instructions HERE.