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Ready-Set-Go Fantasy Sports 'Powers Up' Expert Advice for PLAYERS INC Online Fantasy Football League

Ready-Set-Go Fantasy Sports 'Powers Up' Expert Advice for PLAYERS INC Online Fantasy Football League

PHOENIX, Aug 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Ready-Set-Go Fantasy Sports, LLC (RSGFS) and PLAYERS INC, the licensing and marketing subsidiary of the NFL Players Association, announced today that they have formed a partnership to provide expert personalized fantasy football advice to consumers at http://www.nflplayers.com/. PLAYERS INC's membership-driven, online fantasy football league will now offer the Ready-Set-Go Fantasy Sports "Power Analyzer (TM)," which provides predictive analysis and real-time player updates based on the actual rosters of fantasy players. This product is now available for fantasy football consumers at http://www.nflplayers.com/.

"PLAYERS INC is an industry leader and we share their vision to be the very best in providing a superior service for the fantasy consumer," said Jeff Coruccini, president and CEO of Ready-Set-Go Fantasy Sports. "The 'Power Analyzer' is the first tool of its kind to provide predictive analysis and real-time player updates based on the actual rosters of fantasy players, allowing us to offer fantasy players winning recommendations week after week."

The "Power Analyzer" comprises three products in one, including: -- Draft Analyzer -- Expert advice to build your team based on player projection analysis, with predictive weekly projections. -- Trade Analyzer -- Recommendations on making or accepting a trade offer based on real time player and roster considerations, projected for the entire season. -- Line-up Analyzer -- Patent-pending computer algorithm predicts which players will start (and bench) based on match-ups for every week of the season leading up to the Super Bowl.

"The 'Power Analyzer' is part of our ongoing strategy to offer new and innovative fantasy football services to our consumers," said LaShun Lawson, assistant vice president of Multimedia and Interactive for PLAYERS INC. "We are looking forward to providing our consumers with more expert analysis than ever before."

About RSGFS:

Ready-Set-Go Fantasy Sports is a fantasy sports technology company based in Phoenix, Arizona. The company developed "first to market" predictive analysis software that provides real time expert analysis through a patent-pending, winning software application. RSGFS' staff has more than 35 years of experience in fantasy football competition and more than 10 years experience hosting Web-based predictive analysis software applications to fortune 100 companies.


Formed in 1994, PLAYERS INC is the for-profit licensing and marketing subsidiary of the NFL Players Association (NFLPA). Representing more than 1,800 active and 3,000 retired NFL players, PLAYERS INC "takes the helmets off" the players and markets them as personalities as well as professional athletes. PLAYERS INC activities include retail licensing, corporate sponsorships, special events, radio and television projects, publishing and other promotional programs. PLAYERS INC schedules more than 3,500 NFL player appearances each year. For more information, please visit http://www.nflplayers.com/.


Brady Chatfield (Ready-Set-Go Fantasy Sports), 602-463-0129, [email protected]

Lara Potter (PLAYERS INC) 202-496-2885, [email protected]

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Ready-Set-Go Fantasy Sports

CONTACT: Brady Chatfield for Ready-Set-Go Fantasy Sports,
+1-602-463-0129, or [email protected]; or Lara Potter of PLAYERS
INC, +1-202-496-2885, or [email protected]

Web site: http://www.nflplayers.com/

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