Goal! Earn Free WeCash in the Fantasy Football Manager Open Beta

Wed, Aug 25, 2010

Casual, Contests, Free-to-Play, Social, Sports

Like fantasy sports? What about free WeCash? Good news then – WeMade Entertainment (a TriplePoint client) today announced that its free-to-play online fantasy soccer experience Fantasy Football Manager is now in open beta for the 2010-11 English Premier League season. Players are being invited to provide feedback in exchange for WeCash, WeMade’s virtual currency, to help create a more entertaining fantasy sports experience.

WeMade will be giving away 1,000 WeCash (worth $10 USD) to every user who submits an idea on the official forums and 5,000 WeCash (worth $50 USD) to the 10 players with the best ideas, as picked by WeMade. WeCash can be used in any WeMade game including Fantasy Football Manager, Digimon Battle and others to purchase virtual goods, upgrades, bonus items and other benefits.

While the start of American football season is the hottest topic these days, soccer is the most beloved sport in the world. Fantasy Football Manager allows players to create teams of their favorite EPL stars and challenge other fans in fantasy soccer matches, competing for big earnings and a chance to be the number one fantasy team in worldwide rankings. The experience updates in real time, enabling users to track their success and make adjustments that increase the club’s chances at dominating the pitch.

Participate in the open beta and control your own EPL team here: http://ffm.wemade.net/. You can also connect with Fantasy Football Manager on Facebook.

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