Voyager Digital Inks a Deal with the National Women's Soccer League

Voyager Digital Inks a Deal with the National Women’s Soccer League

One of the fastest-growing crypto platforms, Voyager Digital recently announced a collaboration with the National Women’s Soccer League. The multi-year agreement makes Voyager Digital the first cryptocurrency brokerage partner of the league.

Through the deal, Voyager Digital aims to enhance the global reach of the National Women’s Soccer League. Moreover, the digital platform is planning to facilitate players through direct financial support, rewards, and the education of digital currencies.

As part of the recently signed agreement, players will be able to receive an equal portion of the Voyager-established NWSL players’ fund, deposited in an account accessible via the Voyager app. Additionally, Voyager will provide key information and educational material about digital assets.

“I’m thrilled to welcome Voyager to the NWSL’s growing list of partners, each of whom offers our clubs and players crucial support as we continue to build a league where the world’s best players compete,” said Marla Messing, NWSL interim CEO. “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.”

The National Women’s Soccer League, which is growing in popularity by the time, will see the addition of new teams in the coming years. Voyager will also inaugurate an NWSL Voyager Player Ambassador roster as part of the company’s agreement with NWSL.

Sports Sponsorships

In the world of crypto, sports sponsorships have played an important role in the global brand awareness of the companies working in the digital asset ecosystem. On the other hand, sponsorships also provided support to leagues and players.

“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,” said Steve Ehrlich, CEO, and co-founder of Voyager. “We believe strongly in the future of these players and this league, and we can’t wait to get started.”

One of the fastest-growing crypto platforms, Voyager Digital recently announced a collaboration with the National Women’s Soccer League. The multi-year agreement makes Voyager Digital the first cryptocurrency brokerage partner of the league.

Through the deal, Voyager Digital aims to enhance the global reach of the National Women’s Soccer League. Moreover, the digital platform is planning to facilitate players through direct financial support, rewards, and the education of digital currencies.

As part of the recently signed agreement, players will be able to receive an equal portion of the Voyager-established NWSL players’ fund, deposited in an account accessible via the Voyager app. Additionally, Voyager will provide key information and educational material about digital assets.

“I’m thrilled to welcome Voyager to the NWSL’s growing list of partners, each of whom offers our clubs and players crucial support as we continue to build a league where the world’s best players compete,” said Marla Messing, NWSL interim CEO. “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.”

The National Women’s Soccer League, which is growing in popularity by the time, will see the addition of new teams in the coming years. Voyager will also inaugurate an NWSL Voyager Player Ambassador roster as part of the company’s agreement with NWSL.

Sports Sponsorships

In the world of crypto, sports sponsorships have played an important role in the global brand awareness of the companies working in the digital asset ecosystem. On the other hand, sponsorships also provided support to leagues and players.

“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,” said Steve Ehrlich, CEO, and co-founder of Voyager. “We believe strongly in the future of these players and this league, and we can’t wait to get started.”