- Bidstacks is a newly developed enterprise technology solution for virtual environments
- With SimWin Sports, Bidstacks will enhance fan engagement and digital experiences
- Both companies are led by EA Sports veterans from the traditional gaming industry
Bidstacks announces it has signed a multi-year deal with SimWin Sports, the world’s first virtual sports league and the debut project. The network’s enterprise technology will improve experiences for holders and users within the space.
According to a press release, SimWin Sports will integrate Bidstacks’ tech to showcase its true potential for sports leagues, franchises, and properties. It will facilitate the league and club rights holders for “dynamic content and messaging” in the virtual stadium, bringing the interaction closer than ever.
Unlike the traditional leagues that only offer gameplay, this fantasy virtual league will have its own ecosystem that brings fan engagement and unlock brand-new complementary revenue models for advertisers.
According to CSO, Lisa Hau, the deal with SimWin Sports will introduce a new use case for Bidstacks enterprise technology offering scalability and brand growth activations.
Bidstacks Sports under the leadership of EA Sports veteran, Alex Nunez, will bring something unique and innovative to the table.
According to Nunez, the new tech will enable both publishers and holders to monetize via a controlled content management dashboard.
The partnership will open up new possibilities for sponsorship and advertisement in the metaverse. The sponsors or franchises in partnership with SimWin Sports can design personalized experiences within the fantasy virtual league to bring players closer to their brand while enjoying the next-gen sports environment.
To be precise, Bidstacks tech will contribute to the growth of the gaming industry.
Unlike NBA Top Shot, this game league offers more utility and opportunities for both fans and sponsors.