both Pride and the UFC have really set the bar for modern MMA, possess the best world-wide talents, and have the largest fanbases – all key factors in making the game appealing and easy to play for the majority of MMA fans
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(PRWEB) January 15, 2007
With the beta release of the MMAPlayground.com (http://www.mmaplayground.com) website, mixed martial arts (MMA) fans that follow the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) and Pride Fighting Championship (PrideFC) organizations are presented with a way to win $500 simply by predicting the outcome of upcoming fights.
Built with an emphasis on community, the site makes it easy to play in a more intimate setting alongside friends by forming a “fight camp” where players can participate in the game in a private area of the website. The website also features a public discussion forum for users to talk about MMA, negotiate fantasy wagers with one another, and simply get to know other players. The game itself is very easy to play and costs nothing, a combination that forum moderator Will Roberts hopes will help generate a large and devoted user base out of the ever-growing number of MMA fans around the globe.
All UFC and PrideFC events are followed and scored for the game. When asked why only these two organizations, Roberts replied that “both Pride and the UFC have really set the bar for modern MMA, possess the best world-wide talents, and have the largest fanbases – all key factors in making the game appealing and easy to play for the majority of MMA fans”. With each “fight season” on the website lasting for 10 events, Roberts predicts that the site will have approximately 3 seasons a year.
Visit http://www.mmaplayground.com for more information and details.