A rare ticket stub signed by Kobe Bryant during his last NBA game is hitting the memorabilia stock market. Interested investors of the ticket expect the value of their shares to skyrocket once it is sold out.

The NBA legend signed the ticket stub to his last game April 13, 2016 - where he put up an iconic performance and scored 60 points against the Utah Jazz.

Bryant was 41-years-old at the time of his passing. He died along with his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna Bryant, and seven others on board a Sikorsky S-76B helicopter. The aircraft slammed into a hillside in Calabasas, killing all of its occupants.

The ticket is set to be offered to investors on the Otis investment app, where anyone can get a piece of the historic memorabilia for as low as $10.

Otis is a mobile application that acquires high-value assets and then divides them into smaller shares. Each share can be bought as an equity investment by users. Once shares of a specific asset are sold out, shareholders can choose to sell or hold on to their investment.

Some collector's items and assets on the app have increased in value by more than four-folds. Investors expect the Bryant-signed ticket to immediately increase in value once it hits the app. Otis typically makes items available for viewing on the app a few days before it becomes available to invest in.

The ticket stub that will be put on the Otis application is estimated to have a value of around $31,700. It has a PSA VG 3 grade and only four other ticket stubs during that game have been graded higher.

Items related to the Black Mamba have recently skyrocketed in value since his tragic death in January last year. Collectors have been known to pay up to 20 times for any memorabilia linked to the iconic basketball player.