Rangers FC greater digital: Two-year deal with SPORTEMON GO

Rangers FC greater digital: Two-year deal with SPORTEMON GO

(by Fabio Sesti) – NS Rangers FC, Scottish club called . known as Glasgow Rangers, announced a two-year agreement with Sportman Go (SGO). Partnership provides for newOfficial Club Partner“Sponsor’s branding, digital items on the back of the shirt Irreplaceable Collection (NFT) and a significant commercial investment in the club. The partnership follows the success of its recent launch fan token Rangers, and expands opportunities for fans to engage with collectible digital products and interactive games.

SGO, an augmented reality sports trading company, was founded by Australian father and son Ricky and Corey Jackson and has already forged sports partnerships with a number of high-profile athletes, including Premier League stars Luke Shaw and Andy Robertson.

Rangers Commercial and Marketing Director, James Bisgrove, commented, “This is another exciting business partnership for Rangers, and it aligns closely with our digital transformation strategy and ambitions in the emerging NFT space.” SportmanGo CEO and former AFL player Ricky Jackson said instead, “We are honored to partner with this historic club and look forward to helping celebrate the past while simultaneously contributing to the success of the future. Our NFTs are unique, creative, with innovative unique features and products that Rangers supporters will love.”

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