With the recent passing of name, image, and likeness (NIL) rulings across the US, positivity has ensued as NCAA student athletes can now monetize their NIL through social media, camps, and other passions. However, there is still much confusion about as the NCAA has not yet rolled out a federally recognized law leaving the states and institutions to develop their own NIL policies.
The information and research below has been conducted to inform our current and future student athlete creators on the Curastory platform to understand what sponsorship deals their universities have in place and what prohibitions their universities have set in their NIL policies.
Protected creator accounts in Curastory are those that cannot monetize their native, creator-recorded ads from prohibited industries including, but not limited to gambling, alcohol, politics, adult entertainment, and drug-related substances.
Whenever prohibited industry brand accounts run video ad campaigns in Curastory, the protected creator accounts' videos are never shown or matched to these prohibited industry brand accounts in platform. See below for some examples of prohibited industry brand accounts running campaigns in Curastory.
If you are a protected creator account and not sure if you are listed as one in Curastory, email our Customer Support Team.
*Research was conducted by the Curastory Team and is in no way a replacement for legal counsel, representation, or other certified persons providing legal advice.*
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