- LA Clippers Announce Partnership With Global Fan Influence And Rewards Platform Socios.com

LA Clippers Announce Partnership With Global Fan Influence And Rewards Platform Socios.com

LOS ANGELES, AUGUST 16TH: The LA Clippers have announced a new partnership with fan influence and rewards platform Socios.com, the leading global blockchain provider for the sports and entertainment industry. The multi-year relationship will include Socios.com integrations into Clippers social media, digital and mobile platforms as well as hospitality experiences. 

“At the Clippers our fans come first, and our relationship with Clipper Nation is built around engaging, seamless interactions with fans at every touchpoint,” said Scott Sonnenberg, Chief Global Partnerships Officer, LA Clippers. “Socios.com is a global fan engagement leader, and like us they understand how technology and innovation drive the sports industry forward. We’re thrilled to partner with them and grow our relationship in the blockchain space.” 

“I’m delighted the LA Clippers have become the latest major U.S. team to join our rapidly expanding network,” said Alexandre Dreyfus, CEO of Socios.com and Chiliz.  “The Clippers fully understand how our fan engagement platform will enable them to scale their brand globally and I’m very excited by our plans with them. This is yet another step forward in a very exciting period of unprecedented growth in the U.S. for our business.”

Driven by the central belief that transitioning passive fans into active fans is essential to the future of sport, Socios.com is a direct-to-consumer (D2C) platform that leverages blockchain technology to provide the world’s leading sporting organizations with the tools to engage with and monetize their  global fanbases. 

The Clippers join Socios.com’s 50+ network of major international sporting properties, which also includes FC Barcelona, Juventus, Paris Saint-Germain,  AC Milan, Manchester City,  Inter Milan,  Arsenal, the UFC, NASCAR’S Roush Fenway Racing, the New Jersey Devils, Boston Celtics, Philadelphia 76ers and the Sacramento Kings.