An award like this is not only good for publicity, but it establishes credibility
Arlington, VA (PRWEB) February 6, 2009
Fantazzle Fantasy Sports Games was named the winner of the 2008 Fantasy Football Projection Accuracy Contest last Wednesday at the Fantasy Sports Trade Association (FSTA) conference in St. Petersburg, FL. The newly created company beat out twenty-two fantasy football companies, including several household names and fantasy sports giants, by having the most accurate preseason player projections for the 2008 fantasy football season.
"An award like this is not only good for publicity, but it establishes credibility," Fantazzle CEO Ryan Parr said. "With so many well established names in this industry it can be hard for a new fantasy sports company like Fantazzle to make a name for itself. This is an honor."
The 2008 Fantasy Football Projection Accuracy Contest was a collaborative effort by the FSTA and the Fantasy Football Librarian and highlighted on The New York Times, The Fifth Down. Sara Holladay, the owner of the Fantasy Football Librarian and fantasy football writer on The Fifth Down said, "I think creating some sort of accountability for the fantasy football industry has been a long time coming." All FSTA members were invited to enter the contest and when Holladay crunched the numbers using a standard fantasy football scoring system, Fantazzle emerged victorious from a field of twenty-three companies that was littered with mainstream fantasy football sites. Holladay, a tireless researcher of fantasy football said of Fantazzle's upset victory: "Highlighting Fantazzle, a smaller site in the industry, as the overall winner is a great way of reminding fantasy football players that there are a lot of quality fantasy football websites out there if you take the time to seek them out."
Fantazzle.com hopes that fantasy football enthusiasts will check out the site and also that research like Holladay's and other fantasy content sites becomes even more relevant. Due to the unique weekly fantasy football draft setup offered on the website, Fantazzle will make the start/bench type of analysis much more relevant for years to come. "In traditional fantasy football leagues, you do not have the luxury of drafting all of the players you think will have big seasons or games. At Fantazzle, you have the ability to do so each and every week," says Parr. This new weekly fantasy games format represents a great opportunity to the fantasy sports industry as a whole.
Fantazzle Fantasy Sports Games offers weekly fantasy games for fantasy football, fantasy basketball, fantasy baseball, fantasy golf, fantasy auto racing, and fantasy hockey. Their innovative fantasy games allow its players to participate in games each week for cash prizes. Fantazzle offers the ability for its users to create a new team every week without being restricted with one roster throughout the season. It allows for less commitment and emphasizes the ability to win cash prizes. Fantazzle also offers free fantasy football games so you can win money with no risk.
For more details on the 2008 Fantasy Football Projection Accuracy Contest, including the top ten companies and contest criteria, visit the Fantazzle blog.
Fantazzle is a fantasy sports games company created by fantasy sports players who have fine tuned their fantasy product after four years. Their mission is to establish a true fantasy sports community through their website with their unique fantasy sports games and promotions. They are a US corporation and a member of the Fantasy Sports Trade Association (FSTA). Games offered by Fantazzle include fantasy football, fantasy basketball, fantasy baseball, fantasy golf, fantasy hockey, and fantasy auto racing. Fantazzle is free to join and prospective members may sign up anytime at Fantazzle.com.
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