University of South Carolina Women’s Basketball Team Players to Each Receive the Opportunity for $25,000 in NIL Deals for Upcoming Season
COLUMBIA, S.C., September 28, 2022 – Through the efforts of Bakari Sellers and a group of other prominent alumni, each member of the reigning national championship University of South Carolina Women’s Basketball team has been offered the opportunity to earn an average of $25,000 or more in name, image and likeness (NIL) deals over the course of the 2022-23 school year. Orchestrating the deals and deliverables are South Carolina NIL collective Garnet Trust and leading athlete sports marketing company NOCAP Sports.
NOCAP Sports and INFLCR Partner to Give Tens of Thousands of Collegiate Athletes Access to More NIL Opportunities
PHILADELPHIA, July 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — A new alignment between NOCAP Sports and INFLCR will allow NOCAP to access INFLCR’s extensive network of student-athletes to bring more vetted NIL opportunities to the table from both emerging brands and some of the biggest brands and agencies in the world. Student-athletes will be able to apply to NOCAP’s campaigns as well as receive direct deals from NOCAP’s roster of brand clients in an easy and compliant way through a seamless integration.
Inmar Intelligence Partners with NOCAP Sports to Enable Advertisers to Activate Collegiate Athletes as Influencers
Winston-Salem, NC, June 10, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Inmar Intelligence, a data-driven, technology-enabled services company, today announced its strategic alliance with NOCAP Sports, a comprehensive platform allowing collegiate athletes to compliantly monetize their name, image and likeness (NIL) for the first time. This agreement will empower Inmar Intelligence, a recognized leader in influencer marketing, to work closely with its brand and retail partners to curate endorsement opportunities for the student-athletes using NOCAP’s platform and newly eligible-to-earn NIL revenue.
IUPUI tennis player Alex Jochim could charge $40-50 an hour giving tennis lessons, now that NCAA name, image, and likeness rules finally allow those activities, he told Front Office Sports.
Philadelphia college athletics sponsorship startup NOCAP Sports raised a $2.5 million seed round to fuel its growth and hire.