Rario, a cricket-based digital collectibles platform, has announced a new partnership with Howzat Legends League Cricket. The main goal of this deal will be to leverage the team’s extensive NFT expertise to cultivate fan engagement and capture the interest of cricket fans worldwide.
Rario allows cricket fans to collect and trade some of the most iconic and officially licensed cricket moments, which are forever deep-seated in the blockchain and represented as non-fungible tokens (NFT).
According to a press release, Rario has ensured that fans can access the platform without incurring prohibitive transaction speeds or costs as a result of its collaboration with the league.
The company’s co-founder and CEO Ankit Wadhwa said, “We are very happy to partner with the Howzat Legends League Cricket. Being a cricket fan, this will be a great chance to see all these legends turn back the clock one more time and awe us all over again with their skills.”
“The centrepiece of Rario verse will be the Rario Premier League, in which fans will be able to virtually play games with legendary heroes in their teams,” he added.
Raman Raheja, CEO of Howzat Legends League Cricket, said, “We are extremely happy to have Rario on board. They have always been supporting cricketing events and are sure that this partnership will be a new revolution in the NFT world.”
Former cricketers from India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Australia, and England, among other cricket playing nations, will compete in the first season of Howzat LLC, divided into three teams representing India, Asia, and the rest of the world.
Recently, the former Indian cricketer Virender Sehwag became the latest cricketer to sign with Rario. The platform will offer an exclusive opportunity to leverage the cricketer’s popular moments in the form of NFTs, which the fans will be able to buy and trade.