- NFT project Sneaky Vampire Syndicate (SVS) said Friday it has teamed up with the 2022 film, Scream.
- The partnership will help the film bring free tickets to the fans alongside other goodies.
- SVS will bring real-world utility items to its community, giving users an opportunity to win tickets to the advanced screenings.
Dark non-fungible token (NFT) project Sneaky Vampire Syndicate on Friday announced its partnership with film production and distribution companies Paramount Pictures and Spyglass Media that will bring free movie tickets to the fans for the advanced screening of the 2022 film Scream.
SVS lauded the partnership as a first-of-its-kind in the non-fungible market, saying no other NFT project has ever collaborated with such a major film release.
The company is collaborating with the horror film franchise to promote the next film in the series, allowing fans to participate in raffles that could win free tickets to the advanced screenings, ahead of US release on January 14, 2022.
SVS sees this as an opportunity to bring real-world benefits to its wildly growing community of users. The project is committed to adding items that will help bridge the gap between the mainstream and NFTs.
The collaboration kicks off on December 17, with fans participating in an art contest until the Blood Raffle Entry Period opens on Jan. 04. The aim of the contest is to encourage fans from the SVS project and the Scream Movies franchise to post their own artwork inspired by the collaboration.
Both Sneaky Vampire Syndicate and ScreamMovies social platforms will interact and engage with fan entries as they drop throughout the period.
The Blood Raffle Entry Period runs from Jan. 4- Jan. 10, during which the film will also be allocating pairs of tickets to the advanced screenings in North America to SVS holders.
They will have an opportunity to win a limited print (out of 500) of the creative asset released on December 16th, or a free ticket to the film by using the $BLOOD utility token.
Holders can accumulate three $BLOOD tokens daily by staking their NFTs.
The Sneaky Vampire Syndicate NFT project has also partnered with Youtuber turned boxer Jake Paul. Showing their support to the boxer ahead of his boxing match against Tyron Woodley, SVS wished him luck, welcoming him to the “party”.
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