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Fans, Alumni, University Donors, Students and Speculators can share in Quinn Ewers’ Journey through Metabilia’s Program
Metabilia and Ewers Secure Significant Commitment from Donor Group Pre-Launch
MORRISTOWN, N.J. & AUSTIN, Texas, October 06, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)– is offering Texas Quarterback Quinn Ewers’ Digital Collectibles on its platform today at 4:00 pm CT.
Supporters of Quinn Ewers can purchase a limited release of Member Pass NFTs on Holders of Quinn Member Passes can then access future digital collectibles issued by Quinn commemorating great events in his future for only $1.00. Holders of Quinn Member Passes will also have exclusive access to purchase unique autographed memorabilia and game-used items sourced by Metabilia from Quinn’s exclusive memorabilia partner.
To create momentum around the launch, Quinn and Metabilia have secured a six figure plus commitment from a prominent alumni group to purchase a significant portion of Quinn’s initial Member Pass drop.
"I am excited about the launch of my digital collectibles. It is a great way for all members of the Texas football community to be a part of my journey. I am thrilled to partner with Metabilia who is one of the prominent companies in the digital collectibles space. This is an exciting time in my football life and this partnership will allow fans to share in the excitement," said Quinn Ewers.
There are four classes of NFTs to purchase including a Green Member Pass at an introductory price point of $30.00 geared for undergraduates. Students, fans, alumni and the donor community alike will be able to purchase the digital collectibles upon the drop today.
To further facilitate donor and booster purchase now and in the future, Metabilia has created a concierge service to educate individuals on the NFT program and to facilitate purchase, and those interested parties should contact for more information. Metabilia has designed a compliant program to accommodate both for-profit and non-for-profit purchase and has designated a Booster Member Pass at a higher price point.
"Like our partner Quinn, we want to stay ahead of the curve in the evolving landscape of business and collegiate sports and are ambitious about rolling out the program. We are committed to working with forward thinking fanbases, boosters and football enthusiasts supportive of Texas football," remarked Joseph A. De Perio, CEO of Metabilia.
Users can follow Metabilia on social media and join its Discord channel and stay on top of the next athlete offerings and join pre-purchase queues.
About Quinn Ewers
Quinn Ewers, who played High School Football for the Southlake Carroll Dragons (TX), was the national consensus No. 1 High School Football Recruit in 2021. Quinn, a HS All-American who was selected to participate in the 2022 All-American Bowl, ranked No. 1 nationally overall by 247Sports, Rivals and ON3. Ewers, who is known for his athleticism and playmaking ability as passer, is a faith based, family-oriented Texas-raised young man who aspires to be a leader on the football field and a trend setter & trailblazer in the new age of Collegiate Sports under the new Name, Image & Likeness laws.
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About Metabilia
I Got It Holdings Corporation (dba Metabilia) is a technology company devoted to providing best-in-class software solutions to support partners in their pursuit to increase fan engagement and drive revenue, through its unique marketplace solutions and minting capabilities for digital collectibles. With Metabilia’s solutions, partners can offer in-game memorabilia, unique experiences, One4One™ memorabilia items as a tradeable NFTs (Metabilia™), and a broad array of content-driven NFTs. The company is on the leading-edge of innovation of NFTs and is well-positioned in the convergence of physical memorabilia and NFTs and the convergence of collecting NFTs and gamification. Metabilia has multi-year memorabilia partnerships with franchises in the NFL and NBA and has direct NFT deals with over 30+ elite athletes across sports. The company is also digitizing the artifacts within the Pro Football Hall of Fame and boasts distribution relationships with blue-chip platforms like DraftKings Marketplace. Metabilia is privately held by its executive team, founders, athlete partners, and several family office investors. For more information, visit, download one of the company’s existing partner apps, and follow Metabilia on social media: @metabilia_io on Instagram and Twitter, as well as @metabilia on Discord, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Tik Tok.
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