Titleist applies for trademark registration for NFTs and Metaverso: What is the company looking for?

In the last few days, the company has filed an application with the USPTO, with clear intentions to enter the metaverse and NFTs field.

The news regarding patent applications before the USPTO related to the Web3 field, NFT products, metaverse, among other topics, continue to grow over time, and in this case Titleist is no stranger to the issue.

As we have been able to observe throughout the different articles we have published from NFTexpress, it is no longer an indispensable condition for it to be about companies linked to technology, software development, or services related to this.

For quite a few months now, many global companies have made the decision to get involved with non-fungible tokens, and immersive web3 or metaverse experiences as well.

To mention some antecedents in this regard, we can point out the most recent case of the Japanese car company Nissanwhich applied for the registration of four trademarks linked to NFTs and metaverse, Lacoste applied for five trademark registrations related to the same subject matter, General Motors General Motors applied for two trademark registrations (Chevrolet and Cadillac), Walmart applied for registration for Sam’s Clubamong many others.

About Titleist and its registration application

On April 14, 2023, the popular golf equipment company Titleist Titleist has filed an application for the registration of trademarks related to NFTs and the metaverse with the UPSTO (United States Patent and Trademark Office).

The application number filed is 97838145, and the application was last updated on March 17. Among the assets and services requested, the following may be mentioned:

* Downloadable virtual goods or items, specifically golf balls, golf bags and clubs, caps, equipment, all to be used in virtual environments and to be authenticated through NFTs;

* Digital collectibles based on downloadable images and multimedia files containing golf balls, golf clubs and bags, accessories, and equipment authenticated by NFTs;

* NFTs can be used to authenticate collectible sporting goods, such as golf clubs and bags, accessories, equipment, etc.

This application has been submitted by the Company Acushnet (a member of Acushnet Holdings Corp.), with its principal place of business in Delaware, to cover international class number 9.

Within this group of companiesThe group includes several brands intertwined with golf, including Titleist, FJ (FootJoy), Vokey Design, Scotty Cameron, Pinnacle, among others. Most of these companies are dedicated to the sale of accessories and equipment for golf players.

Written by Luciano Garriga (Tw: luchogarriga) for NFT Express.

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