Hamburg, December 2021. ChessBase, the world main chess software program firm, publicizes the public sale of a novel assortment of presently 14 artworks with the chess world champions. Every champion’s paintings is a novel 1080 x 1080 px GIF displaying the notation of one in every of his most well-known video games, a ray traced 3D rendering of the important thing place and a photograph of the champion from his energetic time. These are all licensed by the champion himself or his household resp. descendants.
The unique NFT assortment “CHESS WORLD CHAMPIONS” presents the long-lasting video games of the good minds like Bobby Fischer, Anatoly Karpov, Vishy Anand or Vladimir Kramnik with just one NFT per paintings. Every paintings is obtainable solely as a really distinctive single piece. The gathering shall be expanded sooner or later. More data could be discovered at https://nft.chessbase.com
The primary authorised CHESS WORLD CHAMPIONS NFT Assortment
Matthias Wüllenweber, Managing Director of ChessBase, is proud to launch this unequalled NFT assortment: “We want to honour the chess world champions with this collection. The main part of the auction proceeds will go to them. We are currently working on expanding this collection.”
The public sale at https://opensea.io will run till Jan 12, 2022
ChessBase is a German media firm whose chess software program is now the worldwide normal for world champions, professionals and impressive amateurs.
In line with Vishy Anand (World Champion 2007 – 2013) “ChessBase has changed the chess world forever. It is more or less unthinkable now not to work with it.” The corporate operates a global chess server, a chess information platform and develops game-changing chess applications reminiscent of “Fritz”, as well as award-winning educational programs for children.
The whole collection is designed by Carl Eriksson, a Swede living and exercising his craft on a bunch of exciting brands including ChessBase in Hamburg, Germany.
Rainer Woisin, Managing Director
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