fondling the 5D4
Gallery: 66 photos
Best ofs: 2
Joined Sep 2013
Location: Portland, OR
Getting better at this - Fuji Xt-2 - Fuji X-Pro2 - 18-55 - 23/35/50 f2 WR - 50-140 - flickr - www.scottaticephoto.com
Gallery: 16 photos
Joined Apr 2007
Location: Emerald Coast, FL
Ask them if you are covered by their insurance in case an athlete crashes into you and you get injured. What about if you or your equipment injures someone while you are "working" for them. They will probably say you are a contractor for them so they are not responsible for anything you do. This is a risky proposition for you to undertake. If you search under the business forum you will find that most will advise you not work for free.
Do people actually believe in the Title Fairy?
Gallery: 19 photos
Joined Oct 2011
Location: Where I'm from is unimportant, it's where I'm going that counts.
If you are established professional shooter there is no reason to accept such an offer. If you are trying to get established then having high profile games in your portfolio would be a good thing. In addition they mentioned it being non-exclusive, so you could look for other clients who might be interested in buying images (without having to go to the bother of arranging credentials) or post them to one of the sports related stock image sights.