NFT Company Partners With NCAABaseball Players For NIL Benefits

Fanpage LLC, proprietor of the polygon Fanpage NFT platform has become the exclusive NFT provider for Athlete Licensing Company (ALC), and together have already begun bringing the NFT opportunity to top tier college athletes as a way for them to monetize their Name, Image and Likeness (NIL).

The recent partnership has already begun to pay dividends as NFT projects have commenced for some of the top-rated athletes in all of college sports. “Partnering with ALC is a fantastic opportunity for us,” said Billy Rodgers, Fanpage CEO. “Not only does it give us the ability to work with some of the most promising college athletes in the US, but also to work with amazing people. The team at ALC is brilliant, committed and has an amazing vision for their company. But more than that, as former college athletes, they have a true heart for the kids they represent that comes through in everything they do. We’re expecting a ton of success together.”

The partnership provides an end-to-end opportunity for players to monetize their Name, Image and Likeness within the hottest and fastest growing industry of NFTs. From concepting, creation, pricing, inventory and roll-out strategies from Fanpage to royalty collection, compliance, intellectual property protection and administrative support on from ALC. “Fanpage and our sports agency partners have recognized and been catalysts to bring this best-in-class NIL opportunity to these elite athletes and the fans that support them,” said Bobby Bramhall, ALC President. “Now, school supporters can rally around their favorite players to gain access to exclusive limited memorabilia that can skyrocket in value and support the careers of these student athletes.”

The group is launching their first series with 7 of the top-rated NCAA Baseball players from 3 of the top sports agencies in the country titled “The Future All-Stars” which includes Tre Morgan from LSU, Tanner Witt from University of Texas, Logan Tanner from Mississippi State, Roman Kimball from Notre Dame, Micah Dallas from Texas A&M, Cam Brown from TCU, and Trey Gibson from Liberty University. The series will feature a different athlete each week for 7 weeks, beginning with Tre Morgan on Feb. 25.

To learn more about the drop and become one of the first people to own the first-ever NFT from these Future All-Stars, visit [email protected]

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