TokenStars – a sports management platform, aiming to connect stars, fans, and advertisers on blockchain – launches a new business stream and expands its client portfolio. In Q1 2019 TokenStars started its operations in the football industry, creating new opportunities for players to attract fans and grow their influencing potential. Recently TokenStars announced first results in this field: Otávio Monteiro (FC Porto) and João Klauss (FC LASK) signed contracts and joined the platform.
Otávio Edmilson da Silva Monteiro, commonly known as Otávio is a Brazilian attacking midfielder, playing for FC Porto. With his team, Otávio became the Portuguese champion and won the Super Cup in 2018. This season he appeared in 32 games (5 goals, 8 assists), while FC Porto ties the first place in the championship and prepares to face FC Liverpool in Champions League quarterfinals.
João Klauss De Mello plays as a striker for Austrian club LASK Linz. By the age of 21, Klauss has already become the champion and top scorer of Finland, being awarded the “Best Player of the Season – 2018” title. In the recently released Bounty Fan Club module, Klauss runs the contest for TokenStars users, who can create a LASK match preview and compete for a reward of 20,000 TEAM tokens.
Both footballers can create exclusive activities with their fans on the TokenStars platform: make their fan clubs, communicate with their followers, conduct crypto auctions for unique personal items, and cooperate more closely with ACE and TEAM tokenholders
Pavel Stukolov, CEO of TokenStars says:
“We’re pleased to welcome such great players on the platform because we’re sure that our community has a huge interest in football. For instance, our FIFA World Cup Predictions Contest attracted 3,000+ new users on the platform. Otavio and Klauss became the first active football players and we’re excited to see them among 40+ sports stars and promising talents, who joined TokenStars platform. Looking forward to starting their marketing promotion, growing their fan clubs and attracting sponsors.”