Santa Monica, California (PressExposure) October 30, 2007 -- Snap TV, Inc. is proud to announce the launch of its new interactive sports website, http://www.sportsfly.com. Sportsfly.com is the first casual gaming site designed specifically for sports fans. The site combines unique sports games and contests with robust social networking tools and real-time sports news updates.
âSportsfly is the only gaming site that focuses exclusively on the sports fan,â said Nicholas Wodtke, President of Sportsfly. âThis site was designed from the ground up with the sports enthusiast in mind. We expect Sportsfly to become a destination for sports fans who want to play online games and connect with friends and talk about last nightâs game.â
Sportsfly membership is free and users can play a variety of sports games ranging from trivia and pick âem games, to action and strategy games. Popular game titles include The Streak, College Trivia Bowl and Super Slugger. With each game played, users earn Fly Points for their personal accounts which are redeemable for prizes such as sports tickets, iPods and vacations. Sportsfly.com also features social networking tools such as user profiles, daily prize drawings, community forums, leaderboards, featured columnists and customized sports news.
Sportsflyâs mission is to become a staple of each sportâs fans daily diet by serving fun, dynamic sports games, rich live content, and stimulating sports talk.
About Snap TV Sportsfly began as a division within Snap TV, Inc. Snap TV (www.snaptvgames.com) is a Santa Monica based interactive game developer and publisher that produces and develops interactive games for media-savvy kids. Snap TV produces games in multiple formats including interactive cards, DVD board games, massively multiplayer online games and TV games served through video on demand. Snapâs catalogue includes some of the worldâs strongest kidâs brands such as Pokemon, Scholastic, Clifford and Strawberry Shortcake. Snap TV has produced more than 30 interactive game titles across the sports, kids and family genres, including won several prestigious game awards. Snap TV distributes its games to more than 25,000 storefronts across the United States including Kmart, Target, Barnes & Noble and Toys Râ Us. Snap was founded in 2003.
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