Introducing the Opendorse Ready™ NIL Masterclass

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Opendorse Launches Exclusive Ready NIL Masterclass for Student-Athletes

Today Opendorse announced the launch of the Ready NIL Masterclass – an exclusive addition to Opendorse Ready, the leading Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) readiness solution in college athletics. The NIL Masterclass will provide student-athletes with live lessons from leaders and brands in the NIL ecosystem including Instagram, Twitter, the Players’ Tribune, and Momentum. The sessions are also highlighted by existing Opendorse Ready partners including Overtime, HEARTLENT Group, Jeremy Darlow, and FanWord.

Ready NIL Masterclass sessions are exclusively available to athletes and staff with Opendorse Ready partner institutions. Confirmed presenters and participating brands include:

Opendorse Ready Partners:

+ Overtime

+ HEARTLENT

+ FanWord

+ Blake Lawrence – Opendorse

+ Jeremy Darlow – Ready with Darlow™

NIL Industry Leaders:

+ The Players’ Tribune

+ Facebook Sports

+ Instagram Sports

+ Twitter Sports

+ Snapchat Sports

+ Twitch

+ Anomaly Sports Group

+ Team Altemus

+ Brandish Sports

+ Momentum 

+ 786 Strategies

 

Participating industry leaders will share professional expertise on a variety of NIL-related topics including endorsement management, entrepreneurship, personal branding, business and financial literacy, content creation, social media, athlete professional development, opportunity management, and more.

Sessions will be hosted biweekly and include live discussion and Q&A between presenters and athletes. Each session will be available on-demand following the initial broadcast. New guest speakers will be added continuously to ensure all-encompassing coverage of relevant NIL-related topics for student-athletes.

*While Opendorse will be hosting guests discussing specific NIL topics, webinar content is considered opinion of the guest and/or Opendorse, and not a direct form of advice or specific inducement to take or finalize a deal.

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