Strike Trading Cards, an app-based service for creating digital sports cards, has started a collaboration with Swedish Volleyball. The collaboration means that Swedish Volleyball will use Strike Trading Cards to create digital sports cards for their national teams.
— We are very happy to cooperate with Swedish Volleyball, says Mathias Lind, CEO at Strike Trading Cards. Volleyball is one of the world's biggest sports, and we look forward to helping Swedish Volleyball engage and inspire more people to play volleyball.
— We believe that Strike Trading Cards is a good way for us to reach more people with our sport, says Simon Dahl, Secretary General of the Swedish Volleyball Association. By creating digital sports cards for our national teams, we can make our players more accessible to our fans, and we can also use the sports cards to promote our sport and our competitions.
Strike was founded in 2020 by Level's COO Linus Granborg together with Janis Petrov, son of Russian hockey legend Vladimir Petrov. A few months later, a beta version of the app was released, allowing athletes to create their own digital sports cards to save and share with their friends. The interest has been great and the app is growing steadily in the number of downloads and active users.
— I am a big believer in Strike Trading Cards, that it is a service that many will want to use to save and share their sports memorabilia. Our vision and goal going forward is to reach as many associations and clubs as possible on a global level and establish our status as an obvious digital tool for experiencing and saving sports memories, says Mathias Lind, CEO at Strike.