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== Celebrity backing == === Influential team owners drive awareness + fandom === [[File:24a2d42ba81b12d9df1366b14fb0f21f12b7565.png]] Rather than using the traditional model of sports teams being tied to a home city, the FCF has created unique brands for each team that align with the famous fans in their ownership group. In Season v1.0, the league was comprised of the hard hitting Beasts, ultra cool Glacier Boyz, party animal Zappers and the reigning People's Champions, the Shoulda Been Stars. When the league expanded by four teams with the Ballerz Collective, we worked with prominent members of the NFT community—including Steve Aoki, Jack Settleman, Cynthia Frelund, Jamal Anderson and Ronde + Tiki Barber—to create the Bored Ape Football Club, Kingpins, Knights of Degen and 8oki. FCF fans choose to join the squad they most identify with, creating die hard fandom with no geographic borders. Famous Team Owners actively engage with their fans to determine their team’s unique strategy—from the team names and logos (which were all fan submissions), to the players that get drafted and the type of offense they run. Team Owners drive awareness of their team and the league by actively promoting on social, creating content around team and league votes, co-streaming their games on Twitch and participating in podcasts, interviews and more. Team Ownership Groups were formed by pairing influential celebrities with big name NFL players. Combined, we tap into a social-influencer base '''reaching more than 100 million followers.'''
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