Atari – a famous video game publisher– has teamed up with Butcher Billy to launch a new set of NFT collections to commemorate its 50th anniversary.
Atari also declared a 1-888 interactive hotline and Metaverse experience which will be accessible by anyone irrespective of whether they own the NFT collection or not.
Details of the New Atari NFT Collection
Atari has worked in collaboration with the artist– Butcher Billy– popularly known for his works Stranger Things, Marvel, and many others.
There are a total of 2,600 NFT collections inspired by 15 original artworks by the artist in the Atari X collection.
The company made its plans known for an interactive museum experience game in June to commemorate its 50th year in the gaming world. And the release of the new NFT collection will take place in September and will also feature a total of 2,600 NFT collection
Room 133 is a platform that allows users to explore the environment and also provides them with a fully immersive and digital experience as well as access to various perks and rewards.
Furthermore, on this platform, the users can get information about upcoming events and other partnerships in the future.
The platform also has a free interactive hotline, 1-888-ATARI50, that allows users to navigate their way freely through Room 133.
Until the release date of the NFT collection is confirmed, Room 133 is accessible via 888atari50.com.
About Atari’s Collaboration With Butcher Belly
Atari has been working in partnership with Butcher Belly- a graphic artist based in Brazil that has made a name in the industry in the past years.
The artist has a unique style that blends pop culture and transcends reality, and fiction using modern pop art.
Remarkably, he has made works for Netflix, Marvel, Stranger Things, Universal Music, Black Mirror, and lots more.
The Director of Atari X– Tyler Drewitz– said that the partnership with Butcher Belly is extremely exciting for Atari and is a great start to what will be a busy few months for Atari X.
The Director added that Butcher Bully has an interest that fits their own and his artworks link the community of fans and enthusiasts.
Together with its NFT launch for its upcoming 50th anniversary, Atari has additional plans for the future of the company in the web 3 space.
Some of its goals include Sandbox season 3, a raindrop, a merch pass, and the Atari club.