Monthly Archives: January 2016

Breaking Down Recent Huddle Pro Bowl Week Releases!

Im not going to get on here and say that the pro bowl game isnt something that we are all super excited about. The season is over for most of the league, and most are looking forward to the biggest … Continue reading

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Upper Deck Launches E-Pack Digital Hockey Cards

Im sure if you were alive during the early 1990s, you know about Upper Deck. The Ken Griffey Jr. Rookie Card is etched in history as one of the most iconic trading cards ever. Since that time, Upper Deck has … Continue reading

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Examining Common Hoard Targets for Series 3

Right now, everyone is still in the whole feeling out phase for Series 3. Variants havent been online in a major way yet, and the counts of the white cards are just now creeping above 100k. Being that hoarding has … Continue reading

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Valuing New SWCT Series 3 Base Variants

One of the main draws of SWCT is the user’s connection to their collection, and in some cases, their connection to a certain character within their collection. Since practically the beginning of the app, base variants have been a way … Continue reading

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Super Sized Huddle Madness: What to Expect for Super Bowl 50

Wow. I cant believe that we are 1 game away from the end of the NFL season. This is a season that started with more craziness than I can remember in past years, and its great to see the way … Continue reading

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Marquee Madness – What Are the Best Digital Cards to Own?

We all know why Topps and their digital brands have had so much success. Not only do they have top licenses and top leagues supporting their apps, but they have built a community in all four games that is literally … Continue reading

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Trading Talk – Improving the Biggest Aspect of the Apps

Before you start reading, please understand that most of this post is me sitting in front of a computer and spitballing ideas. Its hard to consider cost of implementation or the ripple effects it would have on certain parts of … Continue reading

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