MotoGP, Personalized autograph during the Motor Valley Fest

Download the free Stargraph App and receive a personalized autograph, ready to be shared on social media networks

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For the first time in Italy, during the Motor Valley Fest 2020 (Thursday 14th to Sunday 17th on the motorvalleyfest.it platform), two-wheel enthusiasts will be able to receive a personalized autograph from MotoGP riders directly on their smartphone. Several riders from the MotoGP, Moto 2, Moto 3 classes, but also from the MotoE and Superbike, have already joined the Misano World Circuit initiative.

The 2020 edition of the Motor Valley Fest will be broadcast online. The security measures implemented for containing the Sars-Cov-2 pandemic do not allow for events with a large number of spectators to be held, so the organization decided to move the event to the web, where you'll be able to attend numerous conferences, presentations, and interviews involving the most important brands in the car and motorcycle industries.

Thanks to Stargraph, the Sports-Tech digital platform that increases the engagement of fans, riders will be able to digitally write their autograph on an iPad, take a photo, and send it to their fans, thanks to Blockchain technology that guarantees its authenticity. By eliminating all physical barriers, a new form of communication is created between the riders and their fans.

Up until now, Stargraph has been used during live events, but during the four days of the Motor Valley Fest, Misano World Circuit will extend the possibility of receiving a digital autograph to anyone, anywhere, by organizing autograph sessions during different time slots with the riders that are expected to be present and others who will join.

It will be like participating in a traditional session, but you can do it comfortably from home, by downloading the Stargraph App for free (available in Apple and Android stores). You'll immediately receive a personalized autograph, ready to be shared on social media networks, printed, or saved in your phone's library.

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Translated by Leila Myftija

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