MotoGP™ announces 2012 digital trading card collection

Wednesday, 22 February 2012

The Spanish company Stampii and Dorna Sports have renewed a worldwide license for the release of the 2012 MotoGP™ digital trading card collection, a revolutionary form of collecting that will thrill fans and sustain the excitement of trading cards on the web for the third consecutive year.

The Spanish Company Stampii has renewed their license with Dorna Sports for the 2012 MotoGP™ season. Based on the success of the previous editions of the collection, for the third consecutive year MotoGP positions itself at the technological forefront with a new edition of the digital collection and an exclusive limited series.

The 2012MotoGP digital card collection, scheduled to be released in April, offers a new experience for motorsports fans and collectors alike.

Stampii’s technology allows users to purchase, download and collect digital trading cards, a new innovation in the history of card trading. Cards are no longer a photo with limited data, cards now offer audiovisual and statistical information that is updated and expanded during the life of the collection.

The 2012 MotoGP collection will offer carefully selected audiovisual content that is updated with new images and videos after each Grand Prix. Each digital card also offers comprehensive information on every rider, including profile and performance data plus all the details of the 2012 season.

This year, together with the MotoGP and Moto2 digital trading cards, a collection covering the new category of Moto3 and all its riders will be presented.

To preserve exclusivity of each official card, each card is digitally imprinted and numbered in a limited series, with a database to certify ownership of each card the collector has aquired either by purchase or trade.

You can find more information at www.stampii.com.

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