A Popular Fantasy Sports Game Lives to See Another Day

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In the wake of the mid-season cancellation of Fastpoint (formerly Rotohog) fantasy contests, a popular fantasy gaming platform has been given a new lease on life. FireLeague.com has obtained a license to operate, and continue to develop, the Fastpoint platform.

One of the most popular fantasy salary cap games on the web will live on. Since 2009 FireLeague has provided a venue for salary cap contests via services provided by Fastpoint. Starting in 2012 FireLeague will assume full control of all of its fantasy games and immediately expand their fantasy offerings by adding salary cap baseball.

The salary cap fantasy games previously hosted by Fastpoint have been in existence for over 10 years in various forms. The game is popular among tens of thousands of fantasy players. Many of FireLeague’s current customers can trace their history with the game back to the early days of online fantasy gaming when the game was operated by Small World Fantasy Games and then subsequently by Sporting News.

“We believe this is an incredible opportunity for FireLeague as it provides a solid, proven foundation from which we can grow. We will continue to provide the high level of customer service that our customers have come to expect,” says Chris Finch, president and co-founder of FireLeague.com

FireLeague has been hosting fantasy football salary cap contests since 2009. In an industry dominated by the likes of ESPN, Yahoo, and other giant names in the online fantasy gaming industry, FireLeague has found a successful niche by focusing on the customer service experience.


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