Marcus Lemonis’ production company has filed a trademark application for LET’S MAKE A DEAL indicating plans for entering the world of non-fungible tokens (NFTs).
According to the application, the company aims to provide “downloadable multimedia files containing artwork, photographs, text, audio, music, video, games, and other digital collectibles relating to game shows authenticated by non-fungible tokens (NFTs).”
The news was shared on Twitter by metaverse trademark attorney Michael Kondoudis.
TV personality and entrepreneur Marcus Lemonis’ production company has filed a trademark application for LET’S MAKE A DEAL indicating plans for— Mike Kondoudis (@KondoudisLaw) April 24, 2022
📺 game shows multimedia and digital collectibles authenticated by NFTs#NFTCommunity #Metaverse #Web3 #TheProfit @marcuslemonis pic.twitter.com/eu7fE2ahej
Let’s Make a Deal is an American television musical comedy variety-game show that originated in the United States in 1963 and has since been produced in many countries throughout the world. The program was created and produced by Stefan Hatos and Monty Hall, the latter serving as its host for nearly 30 years.
The show was originally planned to shoot its 12th season from the end of May through August but was shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It put together around 40 online at-home episodes, Let’s Make A Deal: At Home, with simple, quick games.
Apparently, the company’s goals with this application are to revitalize the program and make it more innovative and relevant to today’s audiences, following the wave and trends that have enthralled a large community of crypto and NFT enthusiasts.