AllStar Health (OTC: ALST) “The Sports Metaverse Company” Plans “Real Sports” Expansion in North America

AllStar Health Brands Inc (OTC: ALST), recently known for its “The Sports Metaverse Mega Mall,” plans to enter the $30 billion dollar youth sports industry with over 100 million participants annually in the United States and Canada. AllStar is currently in negotiations with a professional Italian Soccer Club with the intention of bringing them to North America with ALST becoming the Soccer Club’s North American partner.

Over the past months, AllStar Health Brands Inc has been in the news owing to its work on the development of ‘The Sports Metaverse Mega Mall’ but the company is trying to be involved in sports in the real world as well. At this point, AllStar Health Brands is also making a move to make an entry into the youth sports industry that is worth as much as $30 billion.

Earlier on in the week on February 21 the company came into the news cycle after it announced that it was in negotiations with a professional soccer team in Italy. The company is looking to bring that team to North America and become its partner in the North American market.

If the partnership does materialize then the company would look into the development of sports complexes in the United States and Canada for training youth players. The sports complexes would provide high-class training in soccer to the top-level talents from male and female soccer players.

The ultimate aim of AllStar Health Brands is to train the players in such a way so that they could make it to collegiate football and then on to Major League Soccer and possibly to the soccer leagues in Europe.