Long back the only way one could watch cricket was by visiting the stadium. But after Television came into existence, things changed. Instead of traveling to stadiums, cricket fans started enjoying the games from the comfort of their homes. Things only got better with mobile phones. Now, no matter where you are, you can tune in and watch the live-action.
But there are always times when even avid fans miss out on watching the matches live. And even if we do watch the match, some moments make us want to go back to them again and again. So, is there a way to watch those special moments?
Thankfully, yes! There is a way that you can not only watch special moments of a particular match but also get to own them! How? Let me explain: Rario, the world’s first cricket NFT platform, has a collection of special cricket moments, which cricket fans can buy, trade, and sell on the platform. Meaning once available, you can own all the eye-catching shots, wickets, and other moments of your favourite cricket matches.
This means we, as cricket fans, can form our own collection of special cricket moments by simply heading over to the Rario marketplace to buy our favourite bits: https://rario.com/marketplace.
Luckily, the Rario Club has made the process even more fun. The soon launching club will offer interesting games that can help cricket fanatics own free NFTs, win signed balls/merchandise, and if lucky, meet their favourite cricket heroes.
Rario’s recent partnership with Cricket Australia and the Australian Cricketers’ Association also means that we would soon be able to get our hands on all the memorable cricket moments that have taken place in Australia. The platform has already joined hands with major T20 leagues like Lanka Premier League, the Caribbean Premier League, Abu Dhabi T10 League, and the Legends League Cricket. All exciting action of these tournaments is already available on the platform.
Moreover, Rario has signed some of the top cricketing stars including Virender Sehwag, Zaheer Khan, Faf du Plessis, Aaron Finch, Jason Holder, Rashid Khan, Rishabh Pant, Mohammed Siraj, and Ruturaj Gaikwad.
The mega $120 million investment by Dream Capital, the Corporate Venture Capital and M&A arm of Dream Sports, in Rario, has further strengthened the platform as it will potentially make Rario the world’s biggest NFT platform with access to 140 million users of Dream Sports.
To know more about Rario, visit: Medium.com/rario