FFGator.com Introduces New Feature to Track Fantasy Football Team News via Twitter

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Fantasy Football Aggregator is pleased to announce its innovative Twitter news feature, MyFFGator.

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“Twitter has enabled fantasy football participants to have a constant finger on the pulse of day to day activities in the NFL."

An important part of being competitive in fantasy football is staying up to date on NFL breaking news. Twitter has become the first source for player news with constant, up to the minute updates. Injuries, suspensions and even arrests are just a few of the problems fantasy football owners face daily. With MyFFGator, users will have the ability to track multiple custom fantasy football team rosters for all breaking news and analysis via FFGator’s aggregated Twitter.    

Rather than relying on the resources from only one website, FFGator.com has brought together the top NFL and fantasy football sources while also cleaning out the “noise” of Twitter, relaying only the most important information. FFGator tracks over 800 NFL players, coaches, analysts and news writers on Twitter. By setting up custom fantasy football team rosters, FFGator.com users have the ability to get timely information about their players delivering a competitive edge. Making a last minute roster change or picking up an important offensive weapon from the waiver wire can make all the difference when it comes to winning a championship.

“I’m excited to rollout our new feature” said Luke Wetta, editor of FFGator.com. “Twitter has enabled fantasy football participants to have a constant finger on the pulse of day to day activities in the NFL. The problem is sorting through the endless amount of information that twitter provides; it’s like trying to drink from a fire hose. That’s where MyFFGator comes into play and the best part is that it’s free.” Mr. Wetta went on to describe his early experiences with FFGator.com. “I knew about player injuries during games I did not even have the opportunity to watch. Last season I learned when Marshawn Lynch was scratched minutes before kickoff, not from the broadcasts, but from Twitter. I found myself staring at my computer watching our live streaming aggregated Twitter feed on FFGator.com over the games themselves.”

In addition to Twitter, FFGator aggregates news and analysis articles. By striving to find the best, most creative content, FFGator has assembled an all-star roster of content providers ranging from the standard big players such as ESPN and Rotoworld to dynasty-focused sites such as DynastyLeagueFootball.com. Users will find consistent, in depth information about all things Fantasy Football updated every minute of the day.

About FFGator.com

FFGator.com aims to be a leading fantasy football website aggregating thousands of headlines, articles, twitter feeds and more every day. The site offers the fastest link to information and in the world of fantasy football information is the key to winning and losing championships. Rather than visiting multiple websites each day for the latest news or analysis on your fantasy football teams, FFGator brings it all to you in a personalized space.

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