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SKAUT releases New NFT Collection with GM Mahammad Muradli and IM Khazar Babazada

Introducing a Game-Changing NFT Collection: Unlock the Secrets of Chess with KHAZAR and MAHAMMAD

We are thrilled to announce the launch of our highly anticipated NFT Collection, in collaboration with two renowned chess partners - KHAZAR and MAHAMMAD. This groundbreaking collection offers chess enthusiasts a unique opportunity to not only own exclusive digital assets but also gain invaluable insights and knowledge from the masters themselves.

"Chess has fascinated and challenged people for centuries. Now, we're introducing the game to the digital world through our NFT Collection. Each NFT represents valuable chess knowledge and skills that can enhance your chess journey.", said Emin Huseynzade, the Co-Founder of SKAUT.

About NFTs Offers and Our Thoughts

For the strategic and tactical enthusiasts, our KHAZAR NFTs offer an incredible opportunity. Buyers of KHAZAR NFTs will not only possess a limited-edition digital artwork but will also gain access to exclusive masterclasses on chess openings. Imagine delving into the secrets of renowned opening strategies and learning the intricacies of each move directly from the master himself. This is an unprecedented chance to enhance your chess skills and elevate your gameplay to new heights.

But that's not all - for those who relish the endgame challenges our MAHAMMAD NFTs hold the key to mastering chess endgame tactics. With each MAHAMMAD NFT purchase, you will unlock access to masterclasses that delve deep into endgame strategies, techniques, and winning maneuvers. From pawn promotions to king and pawn endgames, you will learn from a true expert and gain insights that can turn the tide in your favor during critical moments of the game.

"Our vision with this NFT Collection is to bridge the gap between chess enthusiasts and the expertise of our esteemed partners, KHAZAR and MAHAMMAD," said Adil Huseynzada, the CEO of SKAUT. "We believe that owning these unique digital assets and learning directly from the masters will revolutionize the way chess is experienced and learned."

About Indicators of NFTs

The KHAZAR and MAHAMMAD NFT Collection will be available for purchase starting June 10th on OpenSea. Each NFT will come with a certificate of authenticity and provide exclusive access to the respective masterclass content. The number of NFTs in the collection will be limited, ensuring their exclusivity and collectibility.

Chess lovers and collectors alike are invited to join us on this extraordinary journey, where digital ownership meets unparalleled chess knowledge. Don't miss out on this opportunity to own a piece of chess history and learn from the best.

Please visit our partner pages (KHAZAR, MAHAMMAD) for more information and updates.


SKAUT is a startup that aims to help sports clubs overcome the challenges of funding and attracting fans.

We offer a solution that allows fans to support their favorite teams and athletes by purchasing tickets, merchandise and other items. Applying NFT and Web3 technologies to sports, we build a community that includes exclusive fan experiences for both football, judo and chess players.

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Khazar Babazada is an Azerbaijani chess player, international master (since 2022). According to the March 2023 ranking, he was ranked 19th among Azerbaijani chess players, 853rd among world chess players, and 66th in the "Top 100 Juniors" ranking.

In September 2022, he finished the tournament in the 6th place with a score of 7.5/11 at the Under-18 World Championship in Mamaia, Romania.

In November 2022, at the European Under-18 Championship in Antalya, Türkiye, he placed 3–8 with 6.5/9 points and finished the tournament in 7th place according to additional indicators.

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Mahammad Muradli, Azerbaijani chess player, grandmaster (2022).

In 2011, he won the Azerbaijan championship among 8-year-old boys. In 2015, Muradli won the U12 division at the World Youth Chess Championship.

Muradli was the champion of Azerbaijan twice in 2019 and 2022.

In 2019, Muradli participated in the World Youth Chess Olympiad as a member of the Azerbaijan national team and won the title of Olympic champion with the team.

In July 2022, Muradli won the 2022 Biel MTO edition with 7.0/9 points and 2726 ratings.

Read more: Wikipedia


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