Tuesday, 25 March 2014

FanXT Chooses Malaysians As First Wave Of Users For Ultimate Fantasy - Its New Weekly Fantasy Sports Game

With most fantasy managers excruciatingly waiting for the end of the Premier League season to collect their titles and rewards, FanXT has launched a new concept in fantasy EPL through Ultimate Fantasy (http://ultimatefantasy.fanxt.com/site/lobby.php), a fantasy Premier League weekly game – with Malaysia being the lucky region for the game’s first wave of users.

By simply signing up or logging into Ultimate Fantasy with their existing FanXT account, Malaysian fantasy managers can expect an exciting and competitive season of Fantasy Premier League with weekly cash prizes of up to RM10,000 up for grabs.


Other than the obvious feature of weekly prizes, Ultimate Fantasy packs a punch with the following features:
  • Instant Wins, Shorter Wait: Win cash immediately after each gameweek.
  • Compete: Manage fantasy team just for the gameweek, and pit directly against other users.
  • Keep Track: Check upcoming and past contests to review performance.
  • Compare: See fantasy team line-ups against rivals’ and check history via contest details
  • Player Stats: view player stats and score points on Goals, Assists, Saves & more
  • Formation: Choose your fantasy team formation from 4-3-3, 4-4-2 and 5-3-2
  • Fixtures: Check players’ next 5 matches on the stats graph and view upcoming fixtures while managing your fantasy team

Ultimate Fantasy would be more exciting for fantasy users as proven in the USA (Daily Fantasy Sports is holding its ground well in the U.S. and Canada, despite its introduction only a few years ago). It is more numbers-driven, and in many ways takes more skill, research and intuition to play a weekly game than traditional fantasy; or as DraftKings.com puts it, "stripping away the most time intensive and obstructive elements of conventional games, and distilling the game to players' favorite aspects of fantasy sports.”  Plus, in these days of instant gratification taking center stage, fans are drawn to the idea of not having to wait entire seasons to cash out on rewards - as Nigel Eccles, CEO of FanDuel.com calls it, "fantasy for the A.D.D. generation."

Fantasy games like this allow a player to study all factors and work on that knowledge. Just as any other activity or game, playing fantasy sports needs users’ analytical capability and intuitiveness, as well as closely following updates. "The more time you can spend doing your research and coming up with the best strategy, the better you can do, because it’s a skill game," Draftstreet.com CEO Brian Schwartz says. FanXT CEO Melvin Wong concurs, adding that “(Europe and Asia) should also be able to enjoy these games like in the U.S. and Canada; especially since association football is massively popular here.”

About FanXT [www.fanxt.com]

FanXT aims to be fantasy sport and digital media provider for sport leagues across the world, by managing the internet and mobile rights of the leagues via the provisioning of official websites, fantasy sport game, mobile apps, Facebook apps and even Smart TV apps.

We are the Official Fantasy Football Provider for,
-         Veikkausliiga, Finland's Top Division Football League
-         Hong Kong First Division Football League
-         India I-League, Top Division Football
-         Philippines United Football League
-        Singapore S.League

We Are the Official Digital Media Provider for,
-         Taiwan Intercity Football League
-         Philippines United Football League


For any information and enquiries, please e-mail us at info@fanxt.com or visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FanXT