National Basketball Association club, the Chicago Bulls are the latest team to partner up with the blockchain-enabled fan token platform Socios.com. Recently, the Los Angeles Clippers also agreed to enter into a strategic partnership with Socios.com to enhance the fans and supporter’s matchday experience.
Now that Socios.com has agreed to a deal with Chicago Bulls, the organisation will be responsible for increasing the fan engagement with the club. Socios.com will conduct Twitter polls, conduct TV-visible signage in the arena during the Bulls’ home games and will also become the presenter of the halftime score on social media platforms.
Focusing on blockchain technology, the firm is basically a D2C platform (direct to consumer) that focuses on making sure that sports clubs are able to monetize their interactions with the fans.
“At the Chicago Bulls, we pride ourselves on identifying innovative ways to engage our fans across the globe, and we are excited to partner with Socios.com to help us reach that goal. We’re fortunate to be able to join forces with a company that shares our vision and has the resources to allow the Bulls to take another step forward in applying blockchain technology,” said Matt Kobe, executive Vice President of the Chicago Bulls.
“Chicago Bulls are one of the biggest sporting names on the planet. We’re incredibly proud to be partnering with this storied franchise and look forward to creating new opportunities for Bulls fans the world over to engage with their team,” said Alexandre Dreyfus, CEO of Socios.com.
Apart from Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Clippers, Socios.com has also termed a partnership with a range of sports teams which includes Manchester City, Paris Saint-Germain, Everton, Barcelona, Inter Milan, Arsenal, Atletico Madrid, AC Milan and also the Portugal and Argentina national teams. The blockchain-enabled fan token platform has diversified its deals by teaming up with the Formula One, esports and cricket teams.