Everyone has a favorite sports bar or pub, and a great factor that influences our choice is the people you get to interact with there. What would sports bars be without fans to cheer with (or against) your favorite team? You think you could easily win any debate while the game is on.
But you can’t always make it to the bar. You have to work late, you have to wake up early tomorrow, you just aren’t up for going out, it may be the middle of the afternoon and, as much as you’d like to leave work, your lunch break is almost over. A quick sports debate might be a refreshing and needed escape. If only there was a way to get that debate without being at the local watering hole.
A Sports Mobile App for The Great Debate
Well now you can have that debate on your phone with the new sports mobile app Fandings – a sports-debate interface that allows sports fans to engage in real-time debates about the latest sports news, events, scores and rumors. Users can challenge one another to a brand new debate, or join an ongoing one, to prove their knowledge and passion. But how do you really know who has made the best case for this year’s mid-season NBA MVP? That’s where the judge comes in. On Fandings, a third user will take the referee role and pick the winner.
Fandings also delves you into the world of sports by allowing participants to create their own profile in the form of a fan card. This personalized card shows a user’s stats, which also allows for bragging on social media thanks to the app’s sharing option.
Additionally, the Fandings Share Challenge is currently taking place today through Feb. 15! Users who get the most “likes” or “retweets” on their shared debate will win one of several Dick’s Sporting Goods gift cards of up to $500. See details here: http://bit.ly/1AumSwa.
The Fandings sports mobile app is now available for download for free on iTunes. It requires iOS 7.0 or later versions, and is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The app is optimized for iPhone 5.
Take a look at the preview video here: http://bit.ly/1DhWHZ4. You can also read more about it on http://fandings.com.
Do you think you know who will win the NBA title this year? How about the Stanley Cup? Of course you do! Now join the debate and prove it with Fandings.