The blockchain-based site, Socios.com has now partnered up with a famous basketball team, the ‘LA Lakers’, in order to host new public virtual events, building up new ways for the team to engage with their fans.
LA Lakers and the NBA
La Lakers have had quite a history in the NBA. It has been one of the most successful NBA teams in history, hosting legendary stars such as the late Kobe Bryant, Shaquille O’Neal and Lebron James. The team has now announced a brand-new sponsor, Socios.com, in order to expand its level of fan engagement, utilizing the power of blockchain technology.
According to an announcement, Socios.com will be started to represent the LA Lakers as soon as the new NBA Season commences as scheduled. Public fan virtual events will also be a part of the collaboration. It will also enable fans from all over the world to gather on the platform and discuss and debate their favourite topics in regards to their favourite teams.
Sweet Exchanges between Both Sides
The president of Business operations of the La Lakers, Tim Harris, gave statements regarding the new partnership, saying that the La Lakers Organization has always put great effort into providing unique services to their beloved fans and the team is excited to be partnering up with Socios.com, who have a similar mindset, which “will help the organization to support the initiatives in order to serve the La Lakers Fanbase”.
In response, CEO of Socios.com, Alexandre Dreyfus, stated that the LA Lakers is one of the most well-known teams in the history of sports, and He is also very “thrilled” to be working with them, which will also help Socios.com to build up a presence in the U.S. market. Alexandre also said that this new partnership had been a great way towards an impressive “week of growth”, and with some really solid foundations set, the levels of fan engagement will also receive a major boost, bringing exciting new things to come in the future.
Socios.com is basically a platform powered by blockchain technology that deals with the selling of fan tokens, giving fans an exciting way to engage with their favourite sports teams. In recent times, the company has managed to partner up with several different sports clubs, competitive leagues and major events.