With so many big names on the market this offseason, teams are going to have a hard time signing more than one or two big names because of budget restrictions. We offer a way for fans to help by suplementing player's salaries with donations.
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) May 30, 2010
From blogs to parades to back channel communications, people all over the world are finding ways to let their favorite players know they want them to play for their favorite NBA team.
Now there's a website, BringAStar.com, that let's people donate directly to the player(s) of their choice to help teams sign the players that could get them to the NBA Finals.
The creation of this site will not only increase a city's chance of signing players they may not otherwise be able to afford but the players can track who is donating from where to get an idea of the fan's interest in signing with their favorite team.
Donations are logged and displayed on the website with the amount, which player and which team the donor wants the player to go to.
Omnem, Owner and Developer of the Cybersports games and BringAStar.com, when asked about the idea behind the new site, said "With so many big names on the market this offseason, teams are going to have a hard time signing more than one or two big names because of budget restrictions. BAS offers a way for fans to help their teams out by allowing them to supplement the player salaries with the donations."
Steve Evans, Administrator for Web Services, also explained about what happens with the donations if the player doesn't sign with that team, "Donations will be refunded promptly if a player signs with a team other than the one the donor chose."
About CyberSports Ltd.:
CyberSports.com is the developer of various browser-based sports MMORPG's with a worldwide customer base.
The games are supported by an international customer service staff that ensure the continued popularity and future growth of current and developing games.
Title: Owner and Developer