Monthly Archives: November 2016

SWCT Physical Product: What to Expect

If you remember back a few months ago, Bunt became the first digital platform to release a sister physical product. Although there were some MAJOR hiccups in the release, the achievement was no less important. First, because it signaled the … Continue reading

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Breaking Down the Best of the Topps Digital Thanksgiving Weekend

Over the last few days, and likely continuing tomorrow, the Topps Apps have delivered more content than we usually get in a few weeks. For apps like Huddle, this is usually among the biggest events of the year, so its … Continue reading

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Huddle Brings Serially Numbered Digital Cards to the Fold

For a long time, card count has dominated the way users value cards. The more rare a card is, typically the more value it has on the market. Now that we are getting our look at a great looking 2016 … Continue reading

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Huddle Thanksgiving: Predictions on What to Expect

Other than the Super Bowl, there might not have been a bigger event in Huddle than Thanksgiving and Black Friday last year. There were so many different amazing cards released that it literally set the tone for the rest of … Continue reading

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Another Another Another Plea for the Showcase in Topps Digital

I feel like I write this post every other month, so Ill just resign myself to keep on writing this post until something comes of it. Now that the eminent domain of the new build is spreading to all the … Continue reading

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We Need More Hoarding Contests

Right now, Huddle is encouraging people to dive in deep on a certain Topps NOW card with the understanding that the top fans in a number of categories for collecting will get special prize cards. I have actually talked about … Continue reading

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Derek Jeter Returns to Topps and Bunt

Well, we know there are a lot of Yankee fans in Bunt, and we know that ToppsMike is one of them. As Jeter’s retirement approached, we knew that licensing was going to be an issue until Topps found a way … Continue reading

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