MotoGP has announced a new collaboration with Animoca Brands‘ upcoming NFT-centric custodial wallet, Gryfyn.
With this deal, Gryfyn is all set to become the title sponsor of the Gran Premio di San Marino e della Riviera di Rimini in 2022 and 2023.
Gryfyn joined MotoGP as a trusted player in the emerging open metaverse and Web3 zones. This will help to broaden the ongoing partnership between the two entities i.e. MotoGP and the Animoca Brands group of organizations.
Gryfyn was founded in 2022 with the goal of providing organisational digital asset wallets and financial sectors, with all interactions centred on its forthcoming NFT-centric custodial wallet.
Gryfyn will produce new ways to connect with users and encourage them to convey themselves and facilitate them to communicate safely throughout a diverse array of Web3 experiences as an insightful, assimilated, and open solution.
Marc Saurina, Senior Director of Global Commercial Partnerships at Dorna Sports, commented, “We are very happy to enhance our collaboration with Animoca Brands and see Gryfyn take top billing at Misano over the next two seasons. The Gran Premio di San Marino e della Riviera di Rimini is always an incredible event, and welcoming a new title sponsor is always an honour. We are very much looking forward to the next two seasons in partnership with Gryfyn.”
Yat Siu, Co-Founder and Executive Chairman of Animoca Brands, commented, “We are very proud to strengthen our partnership with Dorna Sports via our group company Gryfyn, and we look forward to the launch of new initiatives powered by Gryfyn to further activate MotoGP and other Dorna Sports brands in the emerging open metaverse.”
Arnoldo Concepción, Co-Founder and CEO of Gryfyn, said, “We are honored to work even more closely with Dorna Sports as we take over title sponsorship of such a storied event as the San Marino Grand Prix, and look forward to sharing additional details about this exciting collaboration.”