EveryTeam.com Lets Sports Fans Create Communities and Content

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EveryTeam.com, the first social networking website dedicated to enhancement of sports fan interaction and communication.

EveryTeam.com, the first social networking website dedicated to enhancement of sports fan interaction and communication, launched their website at the beginning of the 2005 National Football League season.

“We are excited to give sports fans of every sport, and of every team the best services we could offer to network and communicate with other fans around the world about the thing they love. Sports!” explained Jason Morrow, Chief Executive Officer and co-founder.

Similar to social networking industry giants like MySpace and Friendster who provide online services, EveryTeam.com is designed specifically for sports fans to facilitate online and offline social interaction with other sports fans around the world.

EveryTeam lets fans interact in traditional ways that are common to most sports fan sites such as with forums and messaging, but EveryTeam also provides the ability for fans to develop their own teammate and rival lists (similar to buddy lists), create social groups that they can invite other fans to be a member of, write blogs and subscribe to other fan blogs, store and share their favorite sports photos, subscribe to their favorite sports news RSS (Real Simple Syndication) feeds, post and search classifieds and much more.

EveryTeam has also partnered with UserPlane to provide state-of-the-art streaming audio and video technologies with their flash-based chat room, instant messenger and the video recorder. Fans will be able to instant message their favorite teammate or rival. Fans can chat with hundreds of other fans in the chat rooms before, after and even during a game- a virtual tailgate party. With the video recorder, fans will be able to record their own video greeting for other fans to watch.

“There is no internet user as exciting as the sports fan,” said Morrow, “and we want to offer fans a site that is just as fun and exciting as they are.”

While many sports fans have online communities to interact on, these communities are primarily focused on a single team and users would need to signup multiple accounts and remember multiple passwords with several websites to get their fan fix for each of their favorite teams and sports. EveryTeam is a convenient one-stop place to socialize and talk about all their favorite sports, team and athletes.

“There is not a more hyped time of the year for sports fans than right now. We just finished the baseball season with the White Sox winning the World Series, the National Football League is heating up as team are striving for the playoffs, and we also have basketball and hockey in full stride too.” pronounced Hari Swaminathan, EveryTeam partner and co-founder.

“It’s all about the fans and their love of sports. EveryTeam is designed for the hardcore sports fanatic as well as the casual sports fan.” Said Duane Hunton, EveryTeam partner and co-founder.

Fans can now enter to win a 42 inch plasma television. Check http://www.EveryTeam.com for contest details.


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