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Quarterback Lamar Jackson Files Another Trademark for Film, Music

  • The American football quarterback Lamar Jackson files a trademark to offer music, films, and video production.
  • Previously, Formula One filed a trademark to offer sporting equipment, clothing, and e-wallet payment services.
  • US trademark office received more than 4,100 NFT-related trademarks in the last six months.

The American football quarterback for the Baltimore Ravens, Lamar Jackson, has registered another trademark to offer music, films, and video production on September 6.

Michael Kondoudis, a registered trademark attorney, tweeted about the application on Monday.

According to the application, the quarterback intends to venture into film, music, and video production with the “Lamar Jackson Entertainment” trademark.

Six months ago, Jackson filed a trademark for clothing, athletic travel bags, marketing sports training services, and virtual reality video games under “The Lamar Jackson Experience.”

The application offered him the right to create downloadable virtual reality computer games, augmented reality video game programs, sports virtual reality computer programs, customizable backpacks, and other athletic accessories.

Last month, Coin Edition reported that the world’s racing giant Formula One (F1) registered two NFT trademarks for its Las Vegas Strip Circuit. F1’s application to the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) suggested that the company intends to offer virtual goods, including computer software concerning sporting equipment, clothing accessories and electronic money processing, e-wallet payment services, and many more.

Ford, one of the leading automobile companies, also made a big move into the metaverse by filing 19 trademark applications at the USPTO a few days ago. The company’s filing featured all its major brands, claiming for virtual automobiles, SUVs, trucks, vans, land vehicle parts clothing, including online retail store services for NFTs and digital collectibles.

Generally, leading international firms from several industries have applied trademarks to enter the metaverse. A lot of these trademark applications are recorded by Kondoudis on his Twitter account. Between January 1 and August 31, there were more than 4,150 NFT-related trademarks in the United States alone.

  • The American football quarterback Lamar Jackson files a trademark to offer music, films, and video production.
  • Previously, Formula One filed a trademark to offer sporting equipment, clothing, and e-wallet payment services.
  • US trademark office received more than 4,100 NFT-related trademarks in the last six months.

The American football quarterback for the Baltimore Ravens, Lamar Jackson, has registered another trademark to offer music, films, and video production on September 6.

Michael Kondoudis, a registered trademark attorney, tweeted about the application on Monday.

According to the application, the quarterback intends to venture into film, music, and video production with the “Lamar Jackson Entertainment” trademark.

Six months ago, Jackson filed a trademark for clothing, athletic travel bags, marketing sports training services, and virtual reality video games under “The Lamar Jackson Experience.”

The application offered him the right to create downloadable virtual reality computer games, augmented reality video game programs, sports virtual reality computer programs, customizable backpacks, and other athletic accessories.

Last month, Coin Edition reported that the world’s racing giant Formula One (F1) registered two NFT trademarks for its Las Vegas Strip Circuit. F1’s application to the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) suggested that the company intends to offer virtual goods, including computer software concerning sporting equipment, clothing accessories and electronic money processing, e-wallet payment services, and many more.

Ford, one of the leading automobile companies, also made a big move into the metaverse by filing 19 trademark applications at the USPTO a few days ago. The company’s filing featured all its major brands, claiming for virtual automobiles, SUVs, trucks, vans, land vehicle parts clothing, including online retail store services for NFTs and digital collectibles.

Generally, leading international firms from several industries have applied trademarks to enter the metaverse. A lot of these trademark applications are recorded by Kondoudis on his Twitter account. Between January 1 and August 31, there were more than 4,150 NFT-related trademarks in the United States alone.

 

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