NIL ATHLETE AMBASSADOR PROGRAM
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adidas student-athletes currently enrolled at Georgia Tech are eligible to apply for the Ambassador program below. Once you have joined Postgame and are confirmed as a Georgia Tech student-athlete, you have the unique opportunity to earn money by sharing adidas products to your fans and followers on social media.
Once registered, verified and selected to participate in the adidas Ambassador Program campaign(s) you will be provided an athlete contract outlining details of your agreement with Postgame and our Brand Partner.
Step 1: Create your Postgame account.
Step 2: Get verified as a current athlete at this school. Note: DO NOT register if you attend a different school. You are not eligible.
Step 3: Once the program is live in September, you will receive alerts about opportunities.
In addition to earning commissions on completed purchases, additional opportunities to earn with adidas may be determined by your NIL Value and may include additional payment in the form of a flat fee and/or free product. Commissionable earnings are tracked through an athletes unique tracking link, which must be placed in posts to be eligible.
About Postgame NIL Value - The Postgame network is the largest collection of college athlete influencers - connecting 60,000+ college athletes with brands while also determining NIL valuations based on a combination of social media popularity, engagement, sport, team, marketability and more.
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The Georgia Institute of Technology is not endorsing or sponsoring this activity. Please note that the adidas NIL Athlete Ambassador Program is operated and controlled by adidas and Postgame and these parties are solely responsible for all aspects of it. The adidas NIL Athlete Ambassador Program does not express or reflect the policies, positions, or opinions of the Georgia Institute of Technology. Student-athletes are not permitted to use the Georgia Institute of Technology’s intellectual property, including its trademarks, logos, symbols, uniforms, or other sport issued gear to either implicitly or expressly endorse or sponsor a third party or product without prior written approval.