Welcome to our community

Be apart of something great, join today!

Fanatics to take over MLB trading card license?

DeliciousBacon

Well-known member
Apr 23, 2011
3,444
94
Warwick, RI
Fanatics will turn the hobby into a primarily YouTube and TikTok based experience, where you don't have to know a single thing about the product you open, but the hits sure will be nice and shiny, for maximum likes.
 

Letch77

Well-known member
Jan 28, 2018
1,410
187
Midwest
Wonder what will become of Topps Bunt...a few things to ponder:
- How will losing the license impact the digital cards that were created under the existing license?
- Will people be able to keep logoed cards in their accounts or will Topps have to create new, logo-less versions replace in people's collections?
- I think Bunt will fold. If so, I'd kinda feel bad for those people who spent tons of money on there...but I also kinda don't. :p
 

Philip J. Fry

Well-known member
Aug 9, 2008
5,634
156
Ohio
Wonder what will become of Topps Bunt...a few things to ponder:
- How will losing the license impact the digital cards that were created under the existing license?
- Will people be able to keep logoed cards in their accounts or will Topps have to create new, logo-less versions replace in people's collections?
- I think Bunt will fold. If so, I'd kinda feel bad for those people who spent tons of money on there...but I also kinda don't. :p
I doubt they’ll have to make drastic changes to past issues on Bunt BUT that’s a good question regarding the future of it.
 

MrMet

Well-known member
Apr 6, 2010
13,556
612
The Poconos
- I think Bunt will fold. If so, I'd kinda feel bad for those people who spent tons of money on there...but I also kinda don't. :p

Kinda like Knockout, then Huddle, and now the Walking Dead one? And what do people have to show for it….diddly and squat…that’s why the only thing I’ve ever spent on those apps is time


Sent from my iPhone using Freedom Card Board mobile app
 

Super Mario

Well-known member
Mar 1, 2009
18,174
52
Mushroom Kingdom
Topps will still have it's licenses to produce non-sports cards and their candy products.

A bright side I’ve seen of this (if there is one) is if Topps isn’t sold to Fanatics then they’ll be forced to focus their attention to their other non-baseball products such as WWE, which would be great news for me. There would be more WWE products put out per year, and it would probably be a whole lot better than it has been in the past because Topps would really need it to do well.


Sent from my iPhone using Freedom Card Board mobile app
 

Members online

Latest posts

Top