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Legacy League to Commemorate 50th Anniversary of Title IX with Launch of ‘Black Girl Magic’ NFT Collection

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Legacy League has created a new NFT collection – “Black Girl Magic” – to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Title IX. The BGM program was created by Auburn gymnast and 2019 National Champion, Derrian Gobourne.  It is being said that the sale of the BGM Collection is being timed to coincide with the inaugural NIL Summit in June where  Gobourne is up for two awards: College Athlete Innovator of the Year and Best Crypto Award.  

“I am excited to launch my Black Girl Magic NFT Collection on the Legacy League platform. Not only do  their values align with mine, there is no better time to do it. It’s time to celebrate, congratulate and pay  honor and tribute to all of my sisters who have given so much to this sport and I want the world to see  them” said the 22-year-old, who is known as the “Queen of the Floor.”  

he collection includes seven of the most accomplished collegiate gymnasts: Derrian Gobourne, Aria Brusch, Ananda Brown (Auburn); Sekai Wright (UCLA); Hannah Joyner (Rutgers); Amari Johnson (Kansas). Gabrielle Stephen (Michigan State) and Celestine (Missouri). All of these elite athletes have won National titles in their respective routines.

Aria Brusch, a 2022 ALL-SEC Auburn gymnast, commented: “This collection is an ideal way for me to apply my NIL with NFTs as well as encouraging and motivating other black female gymnasts within the NCAA. The purpose is to inspire and motivate young gymnasts to embrace their culture, beauty, and goals. 

Legacy League is offering a limited-edition VIP Pass as part of this campaign that will give buyers access to BGM NFTs as soon as they are available. It is anticipated that the VIP Passes will be available until June 5 th, and will include exclusive perks such as training videos, zoom sessions, and unique collectibles with select gymnasts.  

“At a time when female student athletes lag behind their male counterparts in the NIL ecosystem, we  are excited to partner with these seven elite athletes,” said Legacy League President and co-founder Kurt  Hallead. “Our mission is to provide every college athlete an easy and effortless way to maximize their  income and leverage their brand with NFTs.” 

Legacy League has created collections for athletes from more than 60 different NCAA Division I schools,  29 conferences, and 16 different sports. Over 35% of Legacy League’s roster are female athletes. 

ABOUT LEGACY LEAGUE 

Legacy League is the premier NFT development platform and marketplace for college athletes, legends,  and universities to develop and market their products. With its proprietary creation and valuation  technology, the digital NIL landscape is fundamentally changed for athletes and universities alike. By 

providing equal opportunities for athletes to monetize their brand, Legacy League is supported by a  team of college sports enthusiasts, digital artists, and blockchain technology experts.


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