WWE and Topps team up for digital trading card app

Logo_WWE_dnWWE issued the following press release to Prowrestling.net on Thursday to promote the news of Topps launching a WWE digital trading card app.

The Topps Company, Inc. and WWE (NYSE: WWE) today announced the launch of Topps® WWE SLAMSM, WWE’s first digital trading card app. Topps® WWE SLAMSM will bring WWE Superstars to life with exclusive digital cards that can be collected and traded with fans worldwide. The app, which debuted today, is now available to download for free on iOS and Android devices through the Apple App Store and Google Play.

“WWE has been an incredible partner with Topps for many years, and we are thrilled to be able to offer WWE fans worldwide a new way to collect their favorite WWE Superstars from today and the past,” said Jeremy Strauser, Vice President and General Manager of Topps Digital. “WWE has been at the forefront of pop culture and entertainment for many years and we are excited to add WWE SLAM to the Topps apps portfolio.”

“We are pleased to once again partner with Topps and offer our fans a new way to connect with their favorite WWE Superstars digitally,” said Casey Collins, WWE Executive Vice President, Consumer Products. “Topps WWE SLAM provides us with another opportunity to innovate and engage a global fan base that continuously consumes content across all platforms.”

Topps® WWE SLAMSM will feature thousands of digital trading cards of some of the world’s favorite past and present WWE Superstars including John Cena, The Rock, Undertaker, Ric Flair, Seth Rollins, Sasha Banks and Charlotte. New digital cards will be released daily in Topps® WWE SLAMSM with highlights from the extensive Topps cards library and all-new designs and collections exclusive to the app. Additionally, collectors will have a chance to collect a variety of unique cards featuring WWE Superstar memorabilia and autographs. To celebrate the launch of the app, fans who sign up to try WWE Slam will receive 10 free packs of digital cards to help build their collection. To learn more, visit http://www.topps.com/topps-apps/.

Powell’s POV: Is there a digital stick of a substance that Topps tries to pass off as gum? I have no idea what the substance was when I bought baseball cards as a kid, but it was unlike any gum I’ve ever tasted.


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