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VSA Partners Launches Michael Jordan NFTs – A One-stop Solution for Air Media Owners

VSA Partners Launches Michael Jordan NFTs – A One-stop Solution for Air Media Owners



The National Football League and Major League Baseball have both made efforts to keep fans connected to their teams through so-called “fan experiences”. These are not just virtual reality experiences available to buy and rent. They are also not just a way for teams to show off their current and former players. These experiences are a means for the owners of the teams to connect with their fanbases, and the launch of the Michael Jordan NFTs is a testament to that.

The NFTs are a new way for teams to engage with their fanbases. Instead of having the clubs — with their own websites and ticketing systems — dealing with several different fan experience platforms, the NFTs are all controlled by the same company. This makes it easier for the clubs and the fans. There is one login and one app to use, and it’s all controlled by the same team.

Owners of football and baseball teams use the NFTs to create immersive, fan-first experiences that are targeted directly at their fanbases. They use the NFTs to create an environment where fans feel like they are part of the team, and where they are not just watching game film and scorecards, but actually inside the action. They also use the NFTs to connect with their fans in a way that is authentic and more personal than just showing them videos of their players and past games on their team’s website.

The National Football League

Since 1999, the NFL has been using virtual reality technology in its game operations to let fans “see-in-the- principality”. That year, the league brought in the first virtual reality team to visit the United States, the Berlin Thunder, who used VR to show fans how their team game operations worked.

The NFL has brought many big technology companies to its games, including Samsung, Facebook, Intel, and Many others. But the ability to bring a virtual reality company like Samsung to the party may be the most exciting development for fans.

Major League Baseball

Even though Major League Baseball has used VR technology for more than a decade, the technology was only used for ticketing and game operations a few years ago. The launch of MLB.TV in 2011, along with the new immersive baseball experience, “The Show”, at Marlins Park, Miami, in 2016, has made VR technology a standard part of baseball season.

“The Show” gives fans a front-row seat to all the excitement of a game, from in-game interviews with players to post-game reports and highlight videos. It is like being at a game in your own home, and only a few feet away from the players.

The National Basketball Association

The National Basketball Association has been using VR to give fans an inside look at the games for more than a decade. Back in 2014, the NBA teamed up with Oculus VR to bring fans the first VRpasade basketball game, “NBA VR”. The game let fans “see-in-the-ring”, while they played along with the action via a VR helmet. In that same year, the NBA added a second VR pasade game, “NBA Jam VR”, to give fans a different experience every so often. In addition to the regular NBA games, VR is also being used to bring fans closer to their favorite players. In the 2016-17 NBA season, the San Antonio Spurs used VR to let fans “see” the players at their best and their worst.


The National Collegiate Baseball Tournament

The National Collegiate Baseball Tournament, otherwise known as the NCAA Tournament, is a single-elimination tournament that determines a National Champion in college baseball. But the NCAA Tournament isn’t just for college baseball teams. It is also the destination for fan experiences that target hoops fans. In the 2016 tournament, from May 15-June 2, the Chicago Bulls and Indiana Pacers, who previously played in the NBA, brought their win-win-win-combo to the tournament. The Pacers used VR to let fans “see” the game from the inside out as well as seeing the game from the outside in.

The NBA Gatorade Championships

The NBA Gatorade Championships are held every year and are considered the grand-addy of all basketball tournaments. The event has been going on for over 50 years, and is widely considered the premier college recruiting event of the year.

While the event has been a part of NBA celebrations since its inception, it has become even more special since former Miami Heat star and 2011 Naismith College Player of the Year, Dwyane Wade, became the tournament’s Manager in 2016.

The NFL M&T Bank Stadium Experience

The Super Bowl has long been the center of the sports universe, but that isn’t the case in the NFL season. The big game is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to NFL experiences.

There are so many options for fans that want to be a part of the experience that it can be overwhelming.

NFL M&T Bank Stadium Experience

Located in Baltimore, MD, M&T Bank Stadium is the home of the NFL’s Baltimore Ravens. The stadium is the largest in the NFL and offers a wide range of experiences for fans, including in-stadium food and beverage, shopping from the NFL Shop, and more.


Today, there are a number of ways for people to connect with their favorite teams and watch games. There are websites for every team in the NFL, NBA, MLB, and College Basketball. There are also apps for each sport.

But none of these options come close to the authenticity and connection that comes from being a part of a team. The Michael Jordan Experience at Five Flags is the ultimate way to experience your team. It gives fans a look behind the scenes at how their favorite players prepare for games, and a chance to meet the stars of the opposing team. The Michael Jordan NFTs are a one-stop solution for air media owners who want to engage their fans in a more personal way. They let clubs connect with their fans in a more authentic way, and allow teams to interact with their fans in a more personal way.

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