Sorare Partners with the Austrian Bundesliga, Digital Cards of RB Salzburg, and Other Top Teams on Auction
Austrian Bundesliga Digital Cards on Sorare
Following this announcement, the digital cards of some of the league star players like Jon Stankovic, Mohamed Camara, and Richard Strebinger are on auction.
The Austrian league is home to one of the top performers in European football, RB Salzburg, a UEFA Europa League team.
Now that the league is part of Sorare, an NFT platform redefining the way teams and fans interact using the powers of the blockchain, followers can begin scouting for talent, acquiring collectibles that they can trade in the marketplace.
Opportunities for fans to rake in big money like never before have been made possible with NFTs.
The technology which relies on the blockchain, allowing issuers to only mint unique, limited-edition assets directly tied to the public ledger, has been a game-changer.
Sorare is changing how fans and teams interact, allowing the former to “own” their favorite player, scout, and identify undiscovered talent.
Using the portal, it will now be possible for Austrian Bundesliga fans to build teams and earn precious points directly from the real-life performance of their prized players.
The 2021-2022 season is ongoing as the first games were played on July 23. RB Salzburg is already galloping ahead as per the current standing, entrenching their stature as one of the best in Austria.
Scouting Talent and Making Profits
Besides RB Salzburg, some of the league’s top teams like SK Rapid Wien and SK Sturm Graz will feature in the 2021-2022 UEFA Europa League—one of Europe’s most prestigious footballing competitions.
The tournament pools Europe’s greatest titans, pitting them together where the winner receives €8.5 million as the competition prize money. This is besides endorsement and other sponsorship deals.
Sorare has been partnering with several European leagues in the past few months. Already, they have a deal with individual teams in Serie A like Juventus and Genoa.
Considering Austrian Bundesliga’s history of nurturing talent who then break records, especially in Germany’s top-tier leagues, this is the best time to register and scout for footballing talent.