Who knew gaming and high-end wristwear worked so well together?
On Tuesday, Twitch streamer Sommerset played the new Marriott Bonvoy Land game in Fortnite with special guest Brooklyn Beckham. The livestream event saw the duo chat about bucket list travel and give away stays at the hotel chain. Beckham greeted fans in a long-sleeve white t-shirt and a backwards black hat from inside a Marriott suite. With a controller in hand, Beckham’s rose gold Patek Philippe Nautilus comes into view.
The 40 mm piece featured an embossed brown dial with a sunburst effect, alongside luminous hours and hands. It also features the iconic Tiffany & Co. logo at 6 o’clock, next to a date window at 3. The watch is powered by an automatic movement with a 45-hour power reserve, and comes in 18 karat rose gold case and integrated bracelet.
Beckham, who is son to another notable watch-lover named David, also wore a matching gold chain-link bracelet and gold necklace during the livestream. Although the famous young socialite was brought on as a surprise celebrity guest, Marriott Bonvoy’s utilmate goal may have been to showcase its portfolio of hotels. Four of the brand’s properties are featured in the new land game, all of which you can explore virtually.
Using a code, you’ll appear in a park square via Fornite Creative and can begin socializing or exploring the scene before “checking in.” Concierge greets players with two options: visit your room or unlock its mini game. The latter ranges from a prop hunt to a race, as well as maneuvering a labyrinth and exploring a host of rooms inspired by different destinations.
Beckham’s Patek isn’t one of the final prizes, but one can always dream—or you can save up just under half mil: The discontined Nautilus with Tiffany dial can be had for around $450,000 on the secondary market.