Tfue launches personal NFT collection featuring unique videos and artwork

Tfue (Turner Tenney) is launching his very own NFT collection this week. Titled “NFTfue King of Gaming Collection“, it contains three unique animations and a special bobblehead collection.

The one off exclusive is set to be auction exclusively at starting Thursday April 8 at 7pm EST and closing on Saturday April 10 at 7pm EST. Fans and prospective bidders can find out more by visiting

Tfue NFT Collection

Tfue NFT collection details

Tfue partnered with Medium Rare for this endeavor. He becomes a part of an elite list of clients featuring NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal (Shaq), and Super Bowl Champ Rob Gronkowski (Gronk). Gronk was ran his own NFT auction back in march netting $1.75 million.

He is the first esports player and Twitch streamer to launch his own NFT series, and rumors are he personally invested time to create the artwork up for auction. The entire shindig was announced last night (Tuesday) in a live stream, followed by a short Twitter post garnering massive hype.

The Tfue NFT collection contains:

  • 1-of-1 King of Gaming Showdown NFT Video Fortnite
  • Fortnite NFT Video
  • Call of Duty NFT Video
  • Minecraft NFT Video
  • Fortnite NFT Bobblehead
  • Call of Duty NFT Bobblehead
  • Minecraft NFT Bobblehead

The 1-of-1 NFT is a single work of art, combining all three of Tfue’s characters into a single piece. One lucky bidder is set to meet Tfue in Tampa, FL for a personal day of streaming, game play, vlogging and everything Turner’s life has to offer.

The NFT Videos will be limited to 33 editions, while the Bobbleheads will be minted to a limited 100 editions. The three videos will be put up on auction as stated above. While the Bobbleheads are available for purchase for 1ETH each. The Bobblehead will also have a physical version that will be shipped directly to the winning bidder.

“As I on boarded with the guys from Medium Rare to take this to launch, we saw a huge opportunity for the auction beyond the NFTs themselves.”, Tfue stated closing with: “I’m excited to be the first in the gaming space to launch, and am excited to see excitement the drop will generate.”

How to get yourself Tfue’s sweet one of a kind NFTs

In order to participate you you must pay using Ethereum, which means you have to go and get it if you don’t own any. You also have only a limited time period to bid in the auction, before it closes on Saturday April 10th 7pm ET.

We already discussed how NFTs are a revolution for gamers and esports. Tfue and Medium Rare have now become pioneers in this industry by offering the first unique set of NFT artwork by a gaming celebrity. Now that the way is paved, expect more streamers and gaming influences to make their own impact in this industry.

In the end, remember to head over to for all the details and information on how to participate in the auction.

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