Beavs to Launch Official Playing Cards

Oregon State Athletics has announced the availability a new trading cards, and they of course have some tips for how members of Beaver Nation can get their mitts on them.  

“Seeing the new excitement around trading cards is incredible for both fans and student-athletes,” said Kimya Massey, Deputy Athletic Director/Chief Operating Officer, student-athlete development. “The nostalgia surrounding trading cards is alive and well! The anticipation around which star you will get in each pack is a new level of excitement all Beaver fans will enjoy.”  

Fans can purchase at home football games at Reser Stadium this fall, or by clicking here. 

Who’s producing the cards 

Oregon State Athletics is working in conjunction with athletic multimedia rights holder Learfield’s, and Beaver Sports Properties, and licensing agent CLC. Together they’ve partnered with ONIT Marketing to create officially licensed trading cards of the Beaver Football Team.   

ONIT Marketing was founded in 2021. They are passionate about sports and are now working with universities across the nation to empower student-athletes and enhance the fan experience by developing beautifully crafted player trading cards.  

“We are thrilled to announce this partnership recognizing and allowing NIL participation of the entire football team at Oregon State University,” said ONIT co-founder Chad McCloud. “At ONIT Athlete, we firmly believe in empowering all student-athletes, and this partnership exemplifies our commitment to their success both on and off the field. By recognizing the value of their name, image, and likeness, we are providing Beaver athletes with an amazing opportunity, and the fans with a new way to engage with their team.? We are excited to be at the forefront of this movement and look forward to the positive impact it will have on the student-athletes at Oregon State University.”  

“We are excited to bring ONIT on as a corporate partner. They are experts on how to maximize the engagement between the trading cards and Beaver Nation,” said Lucas Motta, General Manager of Beaver Sports Properties. “It was a fun sponsorship to build out.”  

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