GetSomePlayer Teams With ClubsLane To Build A New A Dating App.

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(Spin Digit Editorial):- Mesa, Arizona Jul 4, 2021 ( – GetSomePlayer is pleased to announce a new partnership with ClubsLane to create a new dating application where people meet and connect at social events.

“There are many concerts, sports games, and festivals in the future and we think that is a safe and exciting way for people to connect,” comments Patrick Burkhart, founder of GetSomePlayer.

“We are very excited to partner with GetSomePlayer and provide the technology infrastructure to run their dating app. We think the app is a great dating concept as it encourages its users to meet in real life and attend an event. It has a lot of potentials,” comments Sergey Sikitin, the founder of 

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ClubsLane is a platform that contains multiple online dating venues, called “clubs,” created by users. Creating and launching a club takes only a few minutes, and it is free. The platform empowers dating industry entrepreneurs to test new concepts easily and go to market quickly without having to develop a standalone dating app. End users can download a single ClubsLane app and instantly get access to a variety of digital dating places distinguished by interests, relationship preferences, or other criteria. 

For dating app creators who are ready to take the next step, ClubsLane also offers white label app services. A white label app is a standalone dating app, branded with its own name and logo. There are no references to ClubsLane. A white label app can be distributed via the creator’s website, Google Play, or Apple App Store.

GetSomePlayer is a streetwear brand with music and sports social networks, web radio, and concert, and special events promoter. 

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