There's so much cricket going on right now that it's impossible to feel that there's no saturation point. With multiple channels and streaming platforms to follow the game, any time you want to watch cricket, there's one team playing another in any part of the world.
How then do you continue to attract the fans to the game steadily? You could start a million tournaments, but to reliably gain the devotion of viewers you need them to be invested in it as much as the players are.
This is where fantasy gaming comes in and is such a rage nowadays. And the future of this fan-cricket connection Cricket NFTs.
Now, more than ever, fans have a reason to watch the game and get hooked on to them because before you know it there's this one moment that's so attention-drawing that you want to add it to your museum of cricket moments.
Have you heard of Rario, the Cricket NFT platform that helps you form your own Cricket Museum?
It's like forming a collection of highlights, but only the best of the lot, that's curated by you, and Rario helps you do it through their marketplace, where you can trade, buy or sell iconic cricket moments. You get to own a special piece of the action in the field and call it your own! How good is that?
Rario has partnered with several international stars and Leagues and has an exclusive collection of videos and player cards on their platform that you could buy easily to add to your collection and flaunt in front of your friends.
Rario’s recent partnership with Cricket Australia and the Australian Cricketers’ Association also means that you would soon be able to get your 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.
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.