- Cricket NFT platform Rario has received a strategic investment from legendary Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar.
- In addition to Sachin being a key investor in this arrangement, it enables fans worldwide to own his digital memorabilia only on Rario.com.
- They teamed up with the great cricketer Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar.
The world’s first legally licensed digital cricket collectibles platform, Rario has teamed up with the great cricketer Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar.
Millions of people in India and worldwide still have a special place in their hearts for Sachin, and his fan base is expanding with each passing generation. According to a corporate release, this agreement allows Tendulkar’s followers to buy digital souvenirs of their favourite player and utilize them across various utilities.
Wo Aa Gaye Hain 🙏🏽— Rario (@rariohq) October 20, 2022
We’re brimming with pride to announce that the ‘God of Cricket’ has chosen Rario. Stay tuned for special Master Blaster-themed Packs coming soon!#SachinForRario @sachin_rt pic.twitter.com/LztDqoKPKV
“It is fantastic to see NFT technology bringing fans closer to sports and offering them the option to remember their favourite moments,” stated Sachin Tendulkar while commenting on the cooperation.” It feels strange to associate with the Master Blaster and have him invest in Ratio.
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It is evidence of our goal of increasing fandom’s accessibility. In a world where fans can actively participate in the action rather than merely watching stars on a dimly lit stadium or distant flickering screen, “Ankit Wadhwa, co-founder and CEO of Rario remarked.
The retired test collection of former cricketer Sachin Tendulkar will also be part of the cricket NFT offering. Along with other cricket-related items from around the world, the NFT auction will also feature digital assets like a match ticket from the 1936 India tour of England, a rare signed stamp from the late Donald Bradman, autographed team memorabilia from 1983, and a concert recording of Lata Mangeshkar for the 1983 World Cup-winning cricketers.