Drone Champions League teams up with fan engagement pioneer IQONIQ
Drone Champions League (DCL) is the recognised championship for professional drone racing teams - blurring the lines between virtual and reality to serve up a new era of sports entertainment. Established in 2016, the DCL attracts the world's best drone pilots, who compete on eight international teams across the world. With each race being broadcast live, worldwide on TV and online, the DCL is attracting a growing number of spectators and fans and followers.
IQONIQ is a social media and fan engagement platform focused on the world of sport, which also includes the exciting fast growing e-sports sector, and entertainment. By combining the diverse desires of fans into one clear platform, IQONIQ will enable DCL fans to catch all the updates they want with an inside track, offering a range of benefits including games and prizes, a dedicated loyalty programme, exclusive content, and special offers for tickets and merchandise, and much more.
The partnership with DCL is the fourth major partnership announcement for IQONIQ, following on from comparable agreements made with AS Monaco, Olympique de Marseille and EuroLeague Basketball in the past weeks. The IQONIQ app is due to be launched for users in August, with pre-registration now available here.
Kazim Atilla, CEO of IQONIQ:
"We are very happy to announce this new partnership with the Drone Champions League. At IQONIQ, we are focused on changing the game for fan engagement, offering a range of services for fans that have never been seen before in one place. Partnering with the DCL is a great fit with our focus on innovation and pushing the boundaries, and we are looking forward to offering its growing fan base unique opportunities to get closer to the sport than ever before."
Herbert Weirather, CEO of Drone Champions League:
"I'm absolutely delighted that IQONIQ brings in fan engagement to our young sport! At the Drone Champions League, we are committed to delivering the best possible experience for our fans around the world, and IQONIQ will enable us to do this with its breadth of opportunities, all combined into a single, easy to use platform. A key focus for us is always on the future, and I strongly believe that IQONIQ will be key to serve the needs for the young generation."
For more information on IQONIQ, please visit www.iqoniq.com
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IQONIQ is a new fan engagement platform that exclusively targets the sports and entertainment world. By combining all the modern-day features of fandom into a single platform, IQONIQ provides fans with a unique fan club which offers more personal, more rewarding and more purposeful experiences and engagements with their favourite star individuals and organisations.
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