On March 25th, Fandom Sports Media Corp. announced the company successfully minted its first Fancoin non-fungible token, or NFT. The Fancoin NFT will serve as “the backbone of the company’s esports rewards program.”
Registered trademarks for Fandom Sports’ logos and Fancoin were obtained across many global markets. They currently cover the countries of China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, India, the United Kingdom, and Germany.
David Vinokurov is Fandom Sports’ CEO and President. He explained the company’s focus on its rewards program. “We have accelerated our efforts to develop our rewards matrix. Recent hires have furthered our initiatives by minting our first Fandom Sports NFT,” he says. “Our team is working diligently to build out our rewards and NFT matrix to empower fans to get rewarded for their attention. Players will have the chance to own earned rewards to trade, sell, and monetize their skills and time by unlocking digital assets in both free play, regulated wagering, and our upcoming all ages platform.”
Fandom Sports is a web application that works on both iOS and Android platforms. The company was founded in 2006 and currently operates out of Vancouver, Canada.