Chargers & I Got It Announce Bolts Bids Auction Platform For Fans


I Got It is a technology company dedicated to providing best-in-class software solutions to help partners in their quest to increase fan engagement and generate revenue, through its single market and platform. patented auction. In these marketplaces, partners can offer in-game memorabilia, unique experiences, and digital collectibles. I Got It has multi-year partnerships with NFL and NBA franchises and has direct deals with over 40 elite athletes across all sports. The company is at the forefront of collectable digital creation (NFT and non-NFT) and can provide end-to-end turnkey strike and issue and secondary trading platforms to its partners. While I Got It can deliver its technology as a standalone app or as a white label solution, its core offering is a built-in functionality, bringing the action to existing users of the respective team or partner applications. I Got It is a private company owned by its management team, founders, sports partners and several third party investors. For more information, visit, download one of I Got It’s existing partner apps and follow I Got It on social media: @igotitauction for IG, FB and TW.


Now in their 63rd season, the Chargers continue to stretch the imagination and put on football’s most exciting spectacle. Behind the dramatic games, unforgettable highlights, beloved players, groundbreaking performances, Southern California’s idyllic setting and the best NFL uniforms lies an uncompromising quest for success, rooted in tenacity, resilience and good old-fashioned hard work. A founding member of the American Football League, the franchise was established in Los Angeles in 1960 and made its home at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in its first year of existence. From 1961 to 2016, the team played in San Diego and qualified for five of the first six AFL championship games ever played. The Chargers won the 1963 AFL title and then joined the National Football League when the two leagues merged in 1970. Since the merger, the Chargers have appeared in Super Bowl XXIX and have won 10 more division titles. The Chargers were purchased by chief construction officer, philanthropist and real estate developer Alex G. Spanos in 1984 and have been under the leadership of Spanos’ eldest son, Dean, the current chairman of the team’s board of directors, since 1994. Son of Dean Spanos – AG Spanos, president of business operations, and John Spanos, president of football operations – oversee the day-to-day operations of the franchise. The Chargers returned to Los Angeles in 2017, began playing games at their new multi-billion dollar SoFi Stadium home in 2020, and continue to redefine what an NFL franchise looks like in the 21st century. For more information, call 1-877-CHARGERS or visit


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