The Portland Trail Blazers and StormX announced a multi-year jersey partnership beginning in the 2021-22 season to incorporate the StormX logo on the Trail Blazers game and practice jerseys. StormX is a Crypto Cashback provider and Chrome extension endeavouring to make earning crypto easy and convenient for anyone and will be the Exclusive Blockchain Partner of the Portland Trail Blazers.
StormX is the Trail Blazers first Global Rights Partner as part of the NBA’s International Team Marketing Program, which intends to captivate fans around the globe. This will grant StormX rights to administer and manage team-identified marketing and activities internationally, a must for any partner in this space and particularly one that will be on the team’s jersey. The cryptocurrency company is one of the few minority-owned jersey patch partnerships in the NBA.
“We are extremely excited to have our team wear such a ground-breaking, revolutionary company on the front of our jerseys,” said Chris McGowan, President & CEO, Portland Trail Blazers and Rose Quarter.
The Seattle hailing business has over 800 international partners and over 2 million users, enables consumers to enjoy the world of crypto with everyday purchases anywhere, anytime, from any device by earning Crypto Cashback.
To celebrate the partnership with StormX, the Trail Blazers will be originating their first non-fungible token (NFT) in mid-July based on the team’s acclaimed Gameday Poster Series. In addition to the energizing and dynamic StormX logo on the front of all Trail Blazers game jerseys, practise jerseys, and in-arena assets, StormX and the Blazers will partner on a community-based action.
Cryptocurrency continues to make its impact on the sporting world. The number of cryptocurrency companies who are willing to advertise and sponsor sporting events and teams has seen a massive jump including the likes of WazirX, Coin DCX sponsoring cricket and football events on TV along with BitPay and many others this trend is not going away anytime soon. The Trail Blazers and the NBA join a list of events open to crypto sponsorship, making it very likely that it won’t be the last sporting tournament to embrace cryptocurrency.