New site allows fans to support her and other athletes
Chicago, IL, August 15, 2022 – Waterloo resident and University of Illinois volleyball setter Brooke Mosher has officially signed a ‘name, image, likeness’ (NIL) deal with NextName which offers fans the opportunity to support her through the sale of her personal digital collectibles, also known as non-fungible tokens (NFT). The collectibles are robust media file with images, music, school logo, and playing statistics. Mosher directly receives the majority of proceeds from the sale of her digital collectibles.
NextName is excited to welcome Mosher to the platform and invites fans to show their support by purchasing her digital collectibles here:
Brooke Mosher – NextName
Mosher attended Waterloo High School where she was three-time team captain and MVP and helped lead WHS to three-straight Capital South Conference championships. She is the WHS record holder for kills, aces and second in all-time assists, and to add to her list of impressive accolades, she is a two-time MaxPreps All-American. Brooke used 2021 as a redshirt year, but the Illini look forward to seeing her on the court this coming year.
NextName is a platform designed to support college athletes and teams through the sale of digital collectibles. With just a few clicks, fans can purchase collectibles bearing the name, image, and likeness (NIL) of their favorites. In doing so, NextName provides fans an opportunity to help student-athletes maximize their personal band and share in the success of college athletics. Following the initial University of Illinois launch, NextName plans to expand its digital collectibles platform to include athletes and universities across the country.
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Contact: Ann Pitcher