• NEW Content for every WWE PPV and NXT TakeOver! Collect Inserts and Signature Cards highlighting top matches and rivalries.
• Collect cards from different eras of WWE. Whether you’re a fan of Attitude Era Stars like Stone Cold and The Rock, present-day Superstars like Roman Reigns, Charlotte Flair and Braun Strowman, or the stars of tomorrow in NXT such as Ember Moon and Adam Cole, we’ve got you covered.

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• Talk, trade, and be one with the community: Topps has the best community of WWE card collectors in the world. Chat with app users in our fan feed and propose trades 24/7!
• Level up by winning contests, completing sets, and pulling cards from packs – earning experience points based on our “level scoring system”.

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What's New

Version 8.5.11

Bug Fixes

Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5

393 Ratings
393 Ratings

A fun addicting card trading game

Lane us

For a free to play game this app is pretty decent. Every day logging in grant coins, which are used to buy card packs. The amount of coins given are worth a few packs. Having the option to trade makes it where people can get the cards that they want. The cards themselves look amazing, from custom art to capturing victories of champions, this card game has a way of making people want to keep opening packs to get the card. For people that want additional coins past their daily limit the prices are pretty fair. Always promotions on coins going on, so waiting for the discount comes in handy. Fans of WWE need to check out this addicting card game.

Update Nov 2017. Game is still good only slightly worse. Diamonds make the game too easy for people with cash, basically like winning every time on a slot machine. Female cards are top tier. No Hogan cards. Bottom line it’s still worth logging in everyday and throwing cash isn’t too bad on the cards u really want. U can usually get the card you want by trading... sometimes u have to wait until new sets come out and trade new cards for the older ones u missed. Don’t let the one stars fool’s good.
IGN - Kanexus

Formerly Fun Game Turned Bad


So I’ve been playing Slam for over a year. When I started, they had a lot of fun ways to play and even more fun ways to collect cards. There was the occasional set with limited print cards, but most of it was a 24 hour grab - if you bought packs each day with your in game currency, you could play and have fun.

In December 2017, that began to change with the release of the 2017 Pink Base Cards, which were a set of over 100 Cards Limited to 50 prints each. They sold out in minutes. In January 2018, they began releasing special Royal Rumble cards at 5 prints and 25 prints each. At Wrestlemania season, in April, 5 print cards returned, and they also added 34 print cards. The worst one was in Excellence 2018. The Gold Cards, which were limited to 100 prints last year, were also 5 prints. Suddenly this game became less of a collectible card game, like it was last year, and more of a Topps Cash Grab. It’s near impossible to complete any collection of any individual, and I am sad to say that my time playing this game is coming to a close. With me being unable to play without getting extremely lucky and putting hundreds of real dollars into this game, I can’t endorse it any longer.

Not what it used to be.


I started playing Slam in April, and to be fair, I quite enjoyed it. It was fun and easy to build my collection. I got a good start and easily passed the 1,000 card mark within a month, and I’d gotten some fairly good trades in the process.

Eventually, real life got in the way and I had to take a break. When I returned, the Diamond form of in-game currency had been implemented. I continued on as usual, and for awhile, I was able to still get what I wanted with relative ease. However, as time went on, the demand for diamonds increased to the point that it seems that now I am unable to get cards without the use of diamonds. It’s as if the game relies on microtransactions to be playable. Have we learned nothing from Battlefront II?

This CAN be fixed, however. A coin to diamond conversion system would be handy. (There is an option to do the opposite, but I don’t find this too practical.) If the reliance on actual currency for gameplay continues, I will most definitely be uninstalling the app for the final time and I definitely recommend those with more productive things to do with their real money do the same.


The Topps Company, Inc.
337.1 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Age Rating
Rated 12+ for the following:
Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
© 2018, The Topps Company, Inc.
In-App Purchases
  1. Slam 11 Offer! $2.99
  2. Slam 3 Offer! $0.99
  3. Slam 1 Offer! $0.99


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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