The National Women’s Soccer League Secures Multi-Year Deal With Voyager

The National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) has signed a multi-year deal with crypto platform Voyager Digital to become the latest league to step into the space.

What this Deal means for all those involved

Voyager, one of the fastest-growing crypto platforms has made it into the soccer league. This is great news for anyone who keeps an eye on Voyager’s token and platform. CNBC spoke with Steve Ehrlich about the excitement of entering new markets and connecting people via crypto-sport.

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“We see this as an opportunity to really engage with the NWSL player, fan and that community in a way that nobody has before,” Voyager CEO Steve Ehrlich said. “What’s really intriguing to me is engaging with women’s sports, and that’s a very important aspect for us because it’s a market that we believe is ripe for education and an opportunity to give these women a stronger foothold on their financial future through crypto.”

Ehrlich added, “we are extremely proud to partner with the NWSL, specifically to help the league grow and provide its players with crypto education and direct financial support, paid in crypto,” . “We believe strongly in the future of these players and this league, and we can’t wait to get started.NWSL interim CEO Marla Messing said in a statement.”Voyager’s investment in the league is especially innovative because we’ve collectively designed the partnership to include direct financial resources for every one of our players, as well as education on the revolutionary changes underway in digital assets,”

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Score a Goal through Soccer

Since recent times, many other franchises and teams in sports have joined hands with particular wallets, blockchain-focused exchanges, and companies. What makes this special is the fact women’s soccer will be a focal point for Voyager’s push in sports, especially given the NWSL’s recent growth. The partnership will promote the inclusion of more women in crypto, which is a highly male-dominated field.

Women’s sports gets put in shade, but women’s soccer happens to be something that is too big to not see lately. Steve Ehrlich closed his CNBC conversation by making additional statements about the significance of this agreement.

A “significant portion” of the investment that Voyager is making in the NWSL as part of the deal will create a fund that will be split across each player and put into their own individual Voyager crypto account, Ehrlich said, declining to provide specific financial details. Voyager will offer financial education for players about crypto.

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