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To celebrate the ICC Women’s World Cup and International Women’s Day, this special release will feature some of the greatest moments from the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 as well as the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2017.

The International Cricket Council (ICC) and its Official Digital Collectibles Partner, FanCraze, today announced a very special release of ‘ICC Crictos’ featuring some of the top moments of the women’s game from recent ICC tournaments. 

ICC Crictos are the ICC’s official digital collectibles.  Minted on the Flow Blockchain, Crictos enable fans to collect and trade their own slice of cricket history from a range of ICC events. As part of the ICC’s commitment to growing women’s cricket, fans now have the opportunity to own and trade some of the most celebrated moments in women’s cricket featuring superstars of the game such as Ellyse Perry, Mithali Raj, Beth Mooney, Meg Lanning, Shafali Verma, Alyssa Healy, Smriti Mandhana, Sophie Ecclestone, Natalie Sciver and Jess Jonassen.

A special pack drop will occur tomorrow (Wednesday), with all fans having the opportunity to secure one of these historic women’s cricket moments within a pack, alongside some noteworthy moments from the recent ICC U19 World Cup and from ICC Men’s Tournaments of the last two decades. This special pack drop will start at 12pm UTC at www.fancraze.com/icc and will be uniquely promoted by Twitter India as part of a collaboration to celebrate women’s cricket and International Women’s Day. 

Finn Bradshaw, ICC Head of Digital said: “Women have created some of the most memorable moments in ICC tournament history, so we are pleased to be able celebrate them and give fans the chance to own a moment from their favourite player. We believe creating products like these in emerging technologies helps the next generation of cricket fans get closer to the game they love. 

This very special drop contains classic moments from previous tournaments featuring the biggest names in women’s cricket.  And most importantly, this won’t be the last time we celebrate our champion women cricketers as part of the Crictos program – we are very much looking forward to commemorating fans favourite female moments as we expand the Crictos collection.” 

Anshum Bhambri, CEO of FanCraze remarked, “Our mission at FanCraze is to build a platform for cricket fans to discover, engage with and own all types of cricket content. We are very proud to showcase women cricketers who create history and inspire millions to do the same. These are marquee NFTs in the evolution of our cricket metaverse and we believe fans would love to own these iconic moments.”

All information on the pack drop of ICC Crictos is available on www.fancraze.com/icc 

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