Thomas Luther "Luke" Bryan is an American country singer and songwriter. He is one of the top names in country music today. In his illustrious career, Bryan has garnered 29 No. 1 hits and sold 13 million albums with nearly 19 billion global streams.

Bryan is a five-time "Entertainer of the Year", being awarded by both the Academy of Country Music Awards and the Country Music Association. He has won over 50 major music awards including five wins as Entertainer of the Year. His third and most recent Entertainer win was awarded by the Academy of Country Music in 2021. He joins VirtualStaX as a MusicianStaX Ambassador!

Drew is an NFL superstar with a 20 season NFL career! His career includes a 2010 Super Bowl win. He started out playing college football for Purdue and has spent 15 years as a member of the New Orleans Saints. After his retirement in 2020, he joined NBC Sunday Night Football as an analyst.

Drew and his philanthropic efforts have meant a great deal for the community of New Orleans and especially Louisianna. He was an integral part of the rebuilding process after Hurricane Katrina. Drew has partnered with VirtualStaX as the Global Spokesperson.

Patrick Mahomes is the youngest quarterback to win the Super Bowl MVP Award, electrifying Kansas City and NFL fans everywhere. As an explosive athlete, he may be the most prominent and impactful player to arrive on The NFL scene in years. His storybook achievements during such a young career are almost too many to mention.

Patrick’s reputation as ‘King of the Comebacks’ was clearly demonstrated by his fourth quarter heroics in the Super Bowl. He did not earn the name solely for his on-field generalship, but also for that special quality so clearly defined as he rallied his Chiefs in that fourth quarter of the big game and delivered the Vince Lombardy trophy to his joyously welcoming Kansas City fans.

Widely regarded as one of the most likable people in the NFL since entering the NFL in 2011, we believe Miller to be the perfect fit for the vision of TheXchange to connect fans and players in a variety of ways that benefits all parties.

Miller was named MVP of the Super Bowl in 2016 with the Denver Broncos and won his second Super Bowl in February while playing for the Los Angeles Rams. If Miller goes on to win another Super Bowl as a member of the Buffalo Bills, he will be the first player in NFL history to play in three Super Bowl victories for three different teams.

After a First-Team All-PAC 10 campaign in his senior year at Cal. Cam Jordan was selected in the first round of the 2011 NFL Draft by the New Orleans Saints.The seven- time Pro Bowler spent the entirety of his eleven-year career in New Orleans, earning three NFL All-Pro honors and becoming a cornerstone of the franchise in his time there.

Cam’s heart for children and drive to empower young people makes him the perfect candidate to promote the opportunity provided by VirtualStaX to the next generation of young sports stars. His leadership, work ethic, tenacity, and stability make him a unique player on the field and a great role model for emerging talent.

The Orlando Magic power forward joins the team just after concluding his best NBA season yet and is the first active NBA player to sign with VirtualStaX. Wendell Carter Jr. was drafted by the Chicago Bulls with the seventh pick in 2018. After nearly three seasons in Chicago, Carter was sent to Orlando as part of a blockbuster trade that sent longtime Orlando Magic big man Nikola Vucevic to Chicago in March of 2021.

This past year, his first full season with the Magic, Carter had a career-best season as he averaged a double-double for the first time in his career. We are thrilled to welcome Wendell to the team, and we believe that he embodies the core values and spirit of the VirtualStaX mission, said Rudolf Markgraaff, CEO of VirtualStaX.

Jean de Villiers (born 24 February 1981) is a South African former professional rugby union player. He started his career at wing, but played most of his career as an inside centre.

De Villiers previously played for Western Province in the Currie Cup, the Stormers in Super Rugby, Leicester Tigers in Premiership Rugby and internationally for South Africa, for whom he was named captain in June 2012.

Born in Durban, South Africa, Matt McGillivray was destined to be in the water. Growing up in a surf lifesaving family he spent hours in the ocean every day and learnt quickly. At nine years old, he followed in the footsteps of his older brothers and began surfing. For his tenth birthday, his dad drove him out to Jeffrey’s Bay where he caught two waves – and the rest, as they say, is history.

By his early teens Matt was entering contests around the world and had set his sights on the World Tour. In 2019, with signature power turns and consistent results, Matt finally reached his goal. He is currently ranked #13 on the WSL World Championship Tour.

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