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Star Trek engages with Loot Crate

Loot Crate and Quantum Mechanix Inc. have partnered for an exclusive Star Trek Loot Crate called the Mission Crate, which will be landing this holiday season in the US.

Under license by CBS Consumer Products, this crate experience will offer unique experiences both online and offline. Powered by Loot Crate and engineered by QMx, this crate experience aims to connect Star Trek fans of all ages to their favourite stories from the Star Trek Universe.

“QMx has been serving the Star Trek community for over a decade,” said QMx CEO Andy Gore. “In that time we’ve come to admire the diversity, creativity, and passion of Star Trek fans. It’s why we wanted to build a crate full of collectibles for Star Trek fans.”

“The Star Trek Mission Crate is a groundbreaking partnership between Quantum Mechanix, CBS Consumer Products, and Loot Crate, elevating Star Trek fandom with unique experiences beyond the crate,” added Chris Davis, CEO of Loot Crate. “The assortment of high-quality pro, as well as the exclusive subscriber opportunities, ties will unite generations of Star Trek fans by celebrating iconic moments and characters from the entire franchise. Star Trek will always ‘long live and prosper’ and we are thrilled to be part of the journey.”

Each Star Trek Mission Crate will feature exclusive, officially licensed, collectible products that directly celebrate the Star Trek universe. Ranging from figures, ships, wearables and prop replicas, the items made by QMx carry a distinct connection to the Star Trek universe.

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