Sports-minded dating and networking utility app for fans of any sport or team, officially launches in Dallas during the Red River Shootout.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) October 10, 2017
Love for Sports, a sports-minded dating and networking utility app for fans of any sport or team, officially launches in Dallas during the Red River Shootout. Love for Sports gives fans the tools to connect and join events while sharing their passion for their favorite teams. Users can take someone to the game as a date or meet up with a group and enjoy it collectively.
“We experienced great success during the official launch of Love for Sports in Houston during Super Bowl LI,” said William Griffin, co-founder of Love for Sports, LLC. “Users were excited to connect with other sports fans through the app. We are now expanding to Dallas and surrounding areas. Eventually, we will take Love for Sports nationwide.”
Love for Sports has purposely placed the Dallas launch around The Red River Shootout which takes place on Saturday, October 14. This rivalry will have approximately 95,000 sports fans in attendance making it an ideal location for the launch.
By merging sports, social, and geolocation, fans can connect with people and invite them to join fan-based teams. Users can crowdsource social activities such as watch parties, tailgates, meetups, and much more. Love for Sports even helps its users locate out-of-town tailgates, or meet friends in a new locale that share their passion for sports.
The app is currently in the iTunes store and available to download for free. For more information, visit http://www.loveforsports.com
ABOUT: Based in Houston, Texas, Love for Sports was founded by William Griffin and Jeff Blevins in 2015. Both app owners are avid sports fans and realized that was not a dating app for this massive audience. They brought Kimberley Scott on to the team to handle product testing and marketing, and have since expanded the Love for Sports team to Austin and Dallas. Love for Sports has been featured in the Houston Chronicle, SXSW Interactive, 365ThingsAustin, and other notable media sites in Austin and Houston.