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DraftKings Marketplace is now live and users will be able to purchase NFTs through Drops (where DraftKings lists new NFTs on the Marketplace) and from other users on the secondary market.

Starting on Aug. 11, the first drops will feature content from the Preseason Access Collection. The exclusive debut content will be provided by Autograph and includes Preseason Access Passes from top athletes such as Tom Brady, Wayne Gretzky, Tony Hawk, Naomi Osaka, Derek Jeter, Tiger Woods and more to be announced soon. These sports-related NFTs will be available exclusively through DraftKings Marketplace.

The DraftKings Marketplace is currently only available in the United States and Canada.

You must be 18+* located in any of the 50 US states or Canada to buy and sell NFTs on DraftKings Marketplace.

*Must be 19+ in Alabama and Nebraska.

*Must be 21+ in Iowa, Louisiana and Massachusetts.

Additional requirements for accessing:

You must have a verified DraftKings account.

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Stay up to date with all of the latest drops on the DraftKings Marketplace!

Each owner of a Preseason Access Pass NFT, regardless of edition, will also be granted preferential access to a future NFT drop from Autograph at a later date. Additionally, they will receive access to a private Discord community and exclusive digital events for holders. Visit to link your Discord account.

Each featured athlete will begin by dropping a limited number of NFT collectibles categorized as Premier drops and Signature drops within the Preseason Access Collection.

There will be multiple versions of each collectible within the Premier and Signature drops of the Preseason Access Collection, each with varying edition sizes. The size of the edition correlates to the drop price of each version of the NFTs, with the Carbon having the highest count and lowest price, and the Ruby version having the lowest count and highest price.

Rob Gronkowski Mystery Container Drops (2/10)

Collectible Name Edition Count Price Drop Time (EST)
Collectible Name Edition Count Price Drop Time (EST)
Rob Gronkowski Mystery Container 16600 $40.00 5:00 PM

Signature drop collectibles will contain digital signatures authenticated by Autograph from the featured athlete in the drop. Each signature is completely unique, so if there are 100 signed editions of a Tom Brady collectible, that means Tom Brady individually signed each of the 100 editions.

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Collectibles featuring signed editions will have a “Signed” badge on the Drops and Browse page. In a drop, you won’t be able to see your unique signature until you purchase your NFT. On the secondary market, you can view the details page for a signed collectible edition to see the unique signature.

Each drop will have its own queue, and users must wait in the queue for an opportunity to purchase the collectible in that specific drop. However, inventory is limited and there may be more users interested in purchasing an NFT than the total available in the specific drop. Users can ensure that they secure a place in the queue by arriving early to join the waiting room.

For each drop, the waiting room will open 30 minutes prior to the scheduled drop time. All participants that join the waiting room will have their spot in the queue randomly selected once the drop begins. Please note that making it into the queue does not guarantee that you will be able to purchase an NFT.

Users can deposit after they get through the queue, but you are encouraged to pre-fund your account to maximize the opportunity to buy an NFT.

If you do not make it through the queue or you want to purchase more than one edition of a particular NFT collectible, please browse the secondary market on the Marketplace to view editions that other users have placed for sale.

Join the queue, buy or sell and browse the collection of the hottest NFTs.

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See your favorites in a new light with richer colors and lighting from Auto HDR. High dynamic range (HDR) gives the sense of richness and depth by allowing them to render a larger range of brightness and color. Auto HDR automatically enhances SDR games that pre-date HDR technology, enabling them to deliver brighter, more colorful worlds.

How do I use Xbox One or Xbox Series X|S Backward Compatibility?

The digital titles that you own and are part of the Back Compat game catalog will automatically show up in the “Ready to Install” section on your Xbox One or Xbox Series X|S. For disc-based games that are a part of the Back Compat game catalog, insert the disc and the console will begin downloading the game to your hard drive. After the game has downloaded to your hard drive, users will still need to keep the game disc in the drive to play. Xbox Series S: Use with digital games only *

Does backward compatibility cost extra?

Xbox One Backward Compatibility is free and allows you to play select Xbox 360 and Original Xbox games you already own on Xbox One.

Xbox Series X|S Backward Compatibility is free and allows you to play select Xbox 360, Original Xbox games, and Xbox One games you already own on Xbox Series X|S.

Is Xbox Live Gold required for backward compatibility?

Xbox Live Gold is not required for Xbox Backward Compatibility. However, it is required for any standard Xbox Live Gold feature like online multiplayer.

Will functionality for the Original Xbox games via Xbox Backward Compatibility change from the Xbox 360 games in any way?

Functionality will be very similar. You can play the digital or disc-based game you own, taking advantage of Xbox features like Game DVR and broadcasting.

Since these are the original games, not remasters, Xbox Live services such as online multiplayer and in-game marketplaces that were available on the Original Xbox, will not be available. However, offline multiplayer scenarios such as co-op, party scenarios (multiple controller on one console), and system-link are supported if they were supported on the Original Xbox. With system-link (if game supports the feature), you can play with others across Original Xbox, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Xbox One S , Xbox One X, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S consoles.

There are no Xbox achievements for Original Xbox games because this functionality was not available on the Original Xbox at that time of its release. Lastly, game saves will not transfer to Xbox One or Xbox Series X|S but once created on Xbox One or Xbox Series X|S, the game saves can transfer to other Xbox One or Xbox Series X|S consoles through the cloud.

Typically when a corporation pays for the naming rights of an arena, it names it after itself or one of its brands. America’s second largest company happens to be headquartered a mile east of Climate Pledge Arena, and it went a different route.

A global cause

Typically when a corporation pays for the naming rights of an arena, it names it after itself or one of its brands. America’s second largest company happens to be headquartered a mile east of Climate Pledge Arena, and it went a different route.

“When Amazon purchased the naming rights for Climate Pledge Arena in June 2020, we took a big leap by naming it after a global cause rather than a company,” explains Chris Roe, Amazon’s head of sustainable operations. “Our goal is to make the arena a long-lasting and regular reminder for every one of the urgent need for climate action.”

Leiweke views the creation of the new venue as righting a wrong. He says the market was “starved for the NHL and was wounded by the Sonics leaving town because the arena was inadequate. We solved the problem by creating a world-class arena. I think we’ve made a great argument that the NBA must give Seattle a franchise.”

Always thinking ahead, Leiweke made sure space was allocated for an NBA locker room on the ground floor of the arena.

Net zero refers to the balance between the amount of greenhouse gas produced and the amount removed from the atmosphere.

What does net zero mean

Net zero refers to the balance between the amount of greenhouse gas produced and the amount removed from the atmosphere.

In the context of the match, this can be achieved when direct emissions associated with it (for example, fan and employee travel, energy use of the stadium, production of food and drink) are reduced as much as possible and the remainder is ‘offset’ through natural projects, says BBC.

These can include investing in organisations that plant trees or charities that help clean oceans, or by contributing to projects exploring more ways to produce renewable energy.

We are proud to have partnered with Sky to make our September 19th fixture against Chelsea the world’s first net zero carbon football game at an elite level. ?

Find out more ?#GameZero

— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) September 6, 2021

The result was net-zero carbon emissions caused by the game, and a blueprint for teams and athletes around the world to use, as they look to find ways to reduce their environmental impact.


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How emissions from Game Zero were reduced:

  • Players arrived at the ground on coaches powered by green biodiesel which helped lower squad travel emissions by over 80 per cent
  • We estimate that fans walked 36,000 miles and drove 225,000 miles in electric or hybrid cars to and from the game
  • On matchday, everything at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (including heating and cooking) was powered by 100 per cent renewable energy – electricity and green gas
  • All food served inside the stadium was locally and sustainably sourced with 94 per cent more vegetarian and plant-based meals sold at this match, compared to the baseline game
  • Sky achieved a 70 per cent reduction in emissions from the Sky Sports production crew covering the match

Jonathan Licht, Managing Director at Sky Sports said: ”We hope that Game Zero is the first of many major net zero carbon sporting events and will inspire long-term change. At Sky Sports, we’re committed to minimising our impact on the environment and to use the power of sport for good.

“By sharing our findings, we want to further inspire football clubs, sports organisations, athletes and fans across the world to reduce their own carbon impact.”

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Daniel Levy, Chairman, Tottenham Hotspur, adds: “We are extremely proud to have been involved with Game Zero, working alongside Sky to utilise our collective platforms and show leadership on a key issue that is affecting us all.

“We thank our fans for their support of the initiative and taking such positive actions around the matchday.

“It is important to note that none of the measures that were implemented around Game Zero were a one-off – we continue to assess all of our operations and identify ways to reduce our carbon footprint as a Club moving forward.”

Tom Popple, Senior Manager, Climate Change & Sustainability at Natural Capital Partners adds: “We were delighted to work with our long-term partner Sky, to offset emissions from Game Zero and help raise awareness of the need to reduce emissions in sport.

“Sky takes a robust approach to measuring, reducing and offsetting emissions and always challenge themselves to go further. We hope that this activity inspires others to follow their lead.”

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Measuring, reducing and removing

Ahead of Game Zero, Sky worked with carbon accounting specialists RSK to measure the carbon emissions created by a Premier League match held at Tottenham’s stadium, helping to determine reduction opportunities, highlight the more difficult emission sources and track progress.

Creating a baseline enabled Sky and Tottenham to assess easy wins and tougher challenges of achieving net zero. This universal formula can now be used again and again to consistently measure and reduce carbon emissions at major events.

With tens of thousands of fans attending football matches, it’s not possible today to achieve a net zero carbon match without offsetting. But Sky and Tottenham Hotspur are committed to continue to search for new solutions and to raising awareness amongst sports fans.

Any carbon emissions that could not be cut from the Tottenham versus Chelsea match will be offset through a reforestation project that removes carbon from our atmosphere.

Sky worked with long-term partner Natural Capital Partners, the leading experts on carbon neutrality and climate finance to offset #GameZero’s remaining emissions through a VCS and CCBA verified community reforestation project in East Africa.

The project supports smallholder farmers to source, grow, plant and nurture native and productive trees on their land, which remove carbon from the atmosphere as they grow, and provide alternative sources of nutrition and livelihoods to the farmers.

Sky is also helping to finance new woodland across the UK, and supporting the UK Government’s net zero objectives. Over time these native trees will remove further carbon from the atmosphere.

Tottenham Hotspur together with Sky has also planted trees near the stadium to benefit the local community.

Committed to a better world

Both Sky and Tottenham are leaders in sustainability, committed to breaking new ground for the health of our planet. Sky is going net zero carbon by 2030 – cutting emissions created by its operations, by its suppliers and by customers using its products in their homes by at least 50 per cent.

Since 2006, Sky has been a certified CarbonNeutral® company. Sky was also the first UK broadcaster to make sure that all our original productions in the UK are certified CarbonNeutral and, most recently, Sky was COP26’s Principal Partner and Media Partner.

Sky Sports is passionate about reducing its impact on the environment and has already improved operations in a number of ways, including introducing remote productions that reduce the amount of equipment and crew travelling to events, as well as moving all UK and Irish OB Generators to biofuel. Sky Sports Studios are powered by 100 per cent renewable electricity and since January 2021 all Sky Sports UK productions have been carbon neutral.

Tottenham Hotspur was named the Premier League’s greenest club in 2021 following a study carried out by the UN-backed Sport Positive Summit. The stadium is powered by 100% renewable electricity and has replaced high energy floodlights with efficient LED bulbs.

Tottenham Hotspur and Sky Sports are also both signatories of the UN Sports for Climate Action Framework and both Sky and Tottenham are founding partners of Count Us In – a global movement aimed at mobilising one billion people in the fight against climate change.

For more information on the footprint of Game Zero and how this was broken down, please find the full case study here

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