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Evolution Development Group, Inc. (EVO) today announced that sports fans or anyone in the general public can invest online in their athlete development company and share in the earnings of any professional race car driver, boxer, MMA fighter, golfer or other professional athletes that EVO signs to a development contract in the future.

The company has enlisted expert advisors across multiple sports to include Andretti Autosport, an elite combat coach, professional golf instructors and performance coaches, who are scouting talent to evaluate future championship potential.

The chosen athletes are provided funding for world-class development, training and support. In exchange for this funding, the company and its’ investors receive a share of each EVO athletes’ future earnings. For as little as $150, sports fans and others can purchase actual stock in EVO online, and by doing so, they will be invested in all EVO athletes’ careers and future earnings potential.

“Imagine a weekend watching an INDYCAR race, a PGA Tour match and an MMA fight on television or your own personal streaming device and cheering for the EVO athletes in those events because you know you will receive part of their winnings,” said John Norman, EVO’s CEO. “To me, it’s like fantasy sports meets Wall Street.”

EVO is a revolutionary athlete-development company which plans to eliminate the financial burdens of tomorrow’s champions and change the way fans experience sports through the power of investment. EVO aims to take skilled professional athletes in individual sports and provide them with world-class development and support, in exchange for a share of future earnings.

A portion of those earnings will be shared with investors, and this model will allow athletes to focus on winning, without the burdens of financial constraints.

Every fan at some point in their life has fantasized about what it would be like to be financially linked to a top performing athlete and their financial success.

EVO is now offering that opportunity as they begin to scout and sign athletes to their team roster.