Tom Brady of the Buccaneers shared the news of an injured finger on Autograph, the NFT company Brady co-founded
Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady revealed the news of his injured ring finger in his right hand in a video he shared last week with paying members of his exclusive fan club on Autograph, the company NFT which he co-founded.
In the 1 minute and 22 second video, Brady provided a breakdown of what he saw on his deep touchdown to wide receiver Breshad Perriman in Tampa’s Week 2 game against the New Orleans Saints. According to The Athletic, footage from the video also included Brady holding his injured finger wrapped in a white bandage. Brady was not listed on the Bucs’ injury reports for Wednesday and Thursday of last week – but he was listed on Friday after his video was released. Fans who purchase Tom Brady’s NFT Season Ticket for $750 gain access to his community of members on Autograph, which is called The Huddle.
“I wanted to do something special for Signature holders, so watch this. I’m doing this just for you Huddle members,” Brady said in the video raising his hand, according to The Athletic. injury information.
Eligible fans could watch the private video on Autograph’s Discord channel for Brady Season Ticket NFT holders. The club is currently limited to 2,500 NFT subscriptions available, of which approximately 800 have been sold to date. In addition to videos of Brady, members get access to merchandise, NFTs, in-person events, fantasy football tips from Matthew Berry, and $50 credit for FTX, the cryptocurrency exchange where Brady is an investor and for which he appears in advertisements.
“We really strive to provide unique access to our community, and this special video was given away to our Tom Brady season ticket holders,” Autograph CEO and co-founder Dillon Rosenblatt told SportTechie. “It’s a tough time in the market, but there’s no other project that really offers this kind of utility on a weekly basis.”