Reality Sports Private Divisions vs. Daily Fantasy for Money
Reality Sports Leagues Let Fans Be Fans
30 Apr, 2015, 08:35 ET
HOLLYWOOD, Calif., April 30, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- AllSportsMarket (ASM), operated by The New Sports Economy Institute, a 501(c)(3) public charity dedicated to teaching finance through sports is announcing version 2.4 of the Apple iOS edition of their popular sports stock trading platform. This release incorporates the ability to create private divisions.
NHL Legend Bernie Nicholls says, "Who doesn't like a competition, especially one that allows just about anyone to compete. Say I just want to have my friends in a division, well I can do that, or I could have a business that wants to use it as a place to run a promo. The cool thing is people can put as little or as much time into playing as they want. It's appealing to fantasy players and the general public. The addition of this feature to AllSportsMarket is fantastic...it brings the concept of buying and selling sports stocks up to the level of fantasy leagues in my opinion."
One example of a private division is the competition for the DeLorean Time Machine to be given away in Hollywood on Back to the Future Day - Oct. 21, 2015.
"Fantasy sports for money.. or for fun.. has one big problem. It breaks the connection between the players and the teams and the relationship to the real world is strange, at best. With AllSportsMarket, you keep that connection to your team and you can build private competitions. This is future of sports and finance," says Ace Underhill, ASM "Creator."
There is a better way: The sports leagues can have the best of both worlds by embracing the concept of a "sports stock market" that will give them the revenue they are seeking without creating a massive disconnect with their fans. The world of sports investing is one well worth consideration and it is the future of fan engagement. As the old saying goes "What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas!" Regulated sports betting is just one of the many things that should stay there. Real money sports team investing is not here just yet... but it will become a reality with public support. You can test drive the free market at http://AllSportsMarket.com/ (follow #SportsFolio) and sign the online petition at http://TheSportsVote.com/ (follow #TheSportsVote)
AllSportsMarket (ASM) is the World's First Sports Stock Market trading your favorite teams around the clock with dividends paid on every win. Sports traders around the world compete to earn cash and win prizes. ASM is operated by The New Sports Economy Institute, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization established to teach finance through sports. Bernie Nicholls is ASM's spokesman and sports industry liaison. Bernie was an explosive scorer who accumulated over 1,200 career points while playing for six NHL teams. Recently, Bernie helped coach the Los Angeles Kings to their first Stanley Cup ever in their 48-year history. Ace Underhill is the sole technical architect and creator with over 15 years' experience working in movies, television and music videos with such luminaries as Eminem, Snoop Dogg, Coldplay, Rihanna, Foo Fighters, Ariana Grande, Eddie Murphy, Christopher Titus and other top personalities worldwide. For more information, visit: http://AllSportsMarket.com. ASM Free! is available now for nearly all platforms worldwide including Apple, Android, BlackBerry, tablets, notebooks and desktop computers. The DeLorean Time Machine will be given away on Back to the Future Day, Oct. 21, 2015, in Hollywood. Sign up FREE (with no credit card needed) using the referral code "DELOREAN" for a chance to win and get 10 FREE shares in your favorite MLB team. Be sure to stop by the forums to chat with Bernie, Ace and sports traders from around the world.
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