Obsesh for Athletes Ta’Quan Roberson, who recently transferred from Penn State to UCONN, joined the Athlete’s Obseshion to talk about his journey to becoming a Division 1 quarterback. Not everyone decides to become a quarterback because of their lunch aid. With Ta’Quan Roberson however, his was the inspiration to get into the game. After modeling […]
Obsesh for athletes Pro Skater Reese Forbes stops by the athlete’s Obseshion to talk about how his love for skateboarding developed, as well as his desire to keep creating new things Reese Forbes has always stood out as someone who’s carved out their own path. Whether it be hitting a ridiculous height on his Ollies, […]
An Inside Look at Name, Image, and Likeness Laws in NCAA Sports: What Does it Mean for Female Athletes?
New Name, Image, and Likeness laws in the NCAA allow collegiate athletes to build their personal brands no matter their sport or gender, promoting opportunity, diversity, and inclusion in the collegiate sport space. Or so we hope. What is NIL? NCAA rules are changing regarding athletes pay. Here’s what it all means. Following a […]
Company News The New Era of College Sports Is Here. Is Anyone Ready? College athletes are now allowed to get compensation for their name, image and likeness, and the landscape may be changed forever. On Tuesday, September 14th, Obsesh CEO and Co-Founder Tracy Benson spoke on an esteemed panel at the Sport Integrity Global Alliance […]