10 Ideas for Your First Opendorse Opportunity

Opendorse is home to 60,000+ athletes who are ready to connect with you for NIL deals. Opendorse Opportunities is like a job board that makes it easier than ever to find the perfect partners.

Need some inspiration to get started? These 10 previous and current opportunities can serve as conversation starters for your next brainstorm:

Charlie Hustle

A vintage-inspired apparel company, Charlie Hustle connected with ambassadors to spotlight their Collegiate Collection of products. Deals started at $550, but were flexible based on follower count, seasonality and expected reach of the athlete partner.

Church’s Chicken

To activate surrounding National Fried Chicken Sandwich Day, Church’s partnered with numerous student-athletes through Opportunities, offering them $100 to join Team Church’s and promote their Texas-Cut Bacon Chicken Sandwich.


Through their agency, Influential U, messaging and digital distribution platform Discord utilized Opendorse Opportunities to connect with student-athletes for a brand campaign. Athletes were paid $1,000 for creating an account and completing two Instagram posts about the platform.

Fred Segal

Los Angeles fashion icon Fred Segal utilized Opportunities to connect with athletes to promote multiple product lines. Deals included hundreds of dollars’ worth of product and different amounts of cash compensation. 


GummiShot energy gummies turned to Opportunities for a number of campaigns, including their student-athlete ambassador program. Their deals ranged from $50-$100, plus product, with the potential for future activations.


In a unique offering, LCA-Vision is connecting with student-athletes for an ambassador program that gets them a free LASIK procedure ($4,000 value) and $200 in exchange for documenting the experience on social media.


On Sept. 28, MaximBet made a splash in the sports business space by offering a deal to every female student-athlete over the age of 21 in the state of Colorado. They soon became the first brand to utilize student-athletes to promote a sports betting company, which is legal in Colorado and compliant according to the institutional policy of the featured athletes.

NIL Threads

A company that supports merchandise websites, NIL Threads used Opportunities to find athletes who might be looking for a solution to sell their own gear. They offered $100, on top of the opportunity to work with athletes.

Team Bean Coffee 

Team Bean Coffee is a fair trade, organic coffee roaster in Lincoln, Neb., that connected with athletes to promote their business on social media. They offered $25 and a weekly offering of free product.


VIDSIG, a one-to-one chatting platform, paid athletes to promote their account. Not only are athletes compensated for the promotion, they make themselves available for future compensation through the platform.

Ready to build an opportunity and open it up to a group of athletes? Sign up for Opendorse and make it happen today.



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