"Rave On was created for sports fans by sports fans."
LEXINGTON, Ky. (PRWEB) December 21, 2020
RaveOn, the newly launched mobile app, lets sports fans be heard and stay connected while watching in person and during televised sporting events. RaveOn users can vote on great plays and protest bad calls by referees, fueling team spirit and fan passion. Other features allow fans to follow favorite teams, connect with friends and influencers while checking scores and schedules on RaveOn’s live game screens.
“Are you tired of watching sports and yelling at the TV alone?” asked James Clark, President of RaveOn Sports, LLC, the company that developed RaveOn. “Well, there’s a new sports app in town created by fans for fans. Don't let being stuck inside put a damper on your team spirit! With RaveOn, you can be a part of the game as it happens with other passionate fans in our app.”
“The thing that is really unique about RaveOn is the live streaming description of every single play,” added Vice President of Rave On Sports, Brittany Harris. “It’s a little like Twitter, but when you comment, it's about that specific moment during the live feed. You can simply up or down-vote a play or call, or click on the comment icon and speak your mind.”
RaveOn was conceived by a noted sports-loving surgeon and powered by a world-class AI team. The application and the platform that powers RaveOn has been in development for nearly three years. The five founders, which includes a founder of Regal Cinemas, wanted to offer an experience that makes fans part of the live action and connects them to the teams they love. “During the pandemic, everyone wanted to go to the games, but we couldn’t,” Clark said. “It was an unfortunate situation. However, we realized there was an opportunity here as well. Here in Lexington Kentucky, Cats Fans want to be together, so we thought, why not help everyone root for our beloved Cats from home, over mobile devices? That was the genesis of RaveOn.”
In the RaveOn app users can search for their favorite teams, leagues and conferences. It currently offers game participation for the NBA, NFL and NCAAM basketball. Users can comment and join in simultaneously. Check out individual players and future games through the user interface. Upcoming features will include highlight plays on YouTube and in the app where users can vote and comment on the play of the day, the week, and year.
Each RaveOn user’s profile shows his or her favorite teams and lists their comments on plays and calls. In this way, the app functions as a social network for sports fans. Users have complete control over their public content and personal profiles.
The company looks to expand their coverage to include Fantasy sports and eSports as well. RaveOn also offers fans to link up with their squads in the app’s community chat feature. You can currently make sure all your fantasy players are on the roster week by week, with injury updates and starting line-ups.
Early user feedback has been positive, with one reviewer on the App Store commenting, “This app has so much to offer. Not only do you have a format to discuss bad calls or controversial calls, you have the ability to track every play in the live stream. This is a nice addition.” The app has garnered only 5-star ratings so far in its early launch period.
RaveOn is available for iOS at the Apple App Store and for Android at Google Play.
For more information, visit http://www.raveonsports.com
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