Ammer Group joins the FBIN Business Network

After being a Presenting Partner at an FBIN Meetup, the Swiss company is now also joining the FBIN Business Network.

Ammer is a Swiss company providing a turn-key solution for football clubs and sport entities enabling blockchain and AR technologies to generate quick and sustainable revenue in a user-friendly Web3 ecosystem that has a solid impact on the match-day and commercial revenues and also activates the fans.

At the FBIN Sustainability Meetup in Wiltz, Luxembourg in April, Ammer was not only the Presenting Partner but also used the event to show a real case how to use their web3 payment ecosystem.

Football clubs and sports facilities are actively exploring new revenue streams and can benefit from Web3 technology. Its implementation can modernize ticketing and payment systems, enhance fan engagement, and open new revenue opportunities.

As part of the FBIN Business Network, Ammer will inspire and educate those interested in innovative solutions and the potential web3 holds for implementations in football.

Victor Ammer, CEO of Ammer Group: “Our team has been deeply involved in football during the last years. We know what the football stakeholders need and how to help them achieve their business goals. Our partnership with FBIN is the bridge that will help us communicate better our solutions to the clubs, opening new monetization processes and fan engagement opportunities and, no less important, learning first-hand the dynamic needs of the Clubs to provide them with a 100% useful product.”

Thomas Maurer, Managing Director of FBIN: “It’s great that the Ammer Group is interested in developing and transforming the football business industry. And I am happy that they chose FBIN as platform to do so. I’m curious about their next developments and cases in football.”


Recap on the Football Business Summit in Prague incl. Aftermovie
Tim Jost: “We realized that we could make a difference together and develop something together in the German and Japanese markets"
Dr. Sascha Härtel: “You need to try to create a larger picture, collect meaningful data and try to answer the questions”