Today there is a major market opportunity to change the way live events are enjoyed by fans in the sports gaming space. The traditional, hardcore sports gaming/fantasy market has plateaued. Why? It has failed to deliver the level of social, real-time engagement that millions of sports fans want. Fantasy sports games are played by 30 million people in North America but there is a larger share of the 130 million avid sports fans being left behind. InGamer enables the power of social gaming to create an exciting new way to engage with live events and your friends.
Our mobile & online platform is played during live sporting events in real time, on a game-by-game basis. To play, users select any 5-6 players and receive points based on how those players perform. After each Quarter/Period, users can change their players, a real time play feature yet to be effectively utilized by other platforms.
InGamer Sports is the only platform today that turns the conventional sports gamer from a general manager to an actual head coach which increases the engagement and stickiness of live sports. Users can join anytime, play anywhere and play against anyone while our unique analytics engine provides real-time stats on audience engagement across every touchpoint. This gives broadcasters, brands and sports leagues a more effective way to monetize their audience. Designed by an experienced team of sports and media industry professionals, InGamer has been validated by top-tier clients such as the Canadian Broadcast Corporation (CBC) and Rogers Sportsnet.
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