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MLB Looks For New Licensing Manager For NFTs And Metaverse

Major League Baseball (MLB) is looking for a new licensing manager for nonfungible tokens (NFTs), digital games, and the metaverse.

It has been reported that the job advertisement on Linkedin stated that the position is a hybrid role located in New York, USA. The successful applicant will be in charge of developing and executing partnership strategies in expanding digital portfolio areas.

However, this includes the entire web3 ecosystem – including NFTs, metaverse, wearable technology, and AR/VR. According to the job offer, the role pays between $75,000 to $140,000 a year. Web3 jobs are on the rise, and this is an excellent opportunity to work at a huge organization and help to direct its web3 future.

The report said that Major League Baseball is the world’s biggest and most popular professional baseball organization. Founded in 1876, they are now developing ways to navigate the new web3 landscape. Furthermore, MLB has already released various NFT collections with great success. The new licensing manager will have to expand MLB’s digital ecosystem and find ways to develop it.

The job applications stated:

“NFTs, the metaverse, wearable technology, and AR/VR are part of our expanding business model. We are looking for an experienced and passionate partnerships lead to accelerate our efforts.”

Thus, applicants for the MLB web3 / NFT role must hold a Bachelor’s degree with excellent academic performance. The MLB is looking for someone highly motivated and detail-oriented, with at least five to seven years of similar experience in digital and tech licensing and, preferably, sports.

Source: NFT Evening


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