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January 6, 2011

News Releases

InGamer Sports and present real-time fantasy football games during all NFL playoff games and Super Bowl XLV 

TORONTO, Jan. 6 /CNW/ – Fantasy Football gamers can rejoice as has teamed up with InGamer Sports to introduce a ground-breaking NFL playoff fantasy gaming experience, just in time for the start of the postseason this Saturday.

The Head Coach Challenge will run live, in real-time, during every NFL playoff game, culminating with the unveiling of the Ultimate Super Bowl XLV party game. Gamers can sign on and play the games for free. Players are also eligible to win game by game prizing including two grand prize iPads.

“We are very excited to partner with InGamer”, said Ryan Johnston, Executive Producer, “The Head Coach Challenge is unlike any game on the market today.  This game is the perfect companion to the game-watching experience.”

During live NFL playoff games and the Super Bowl, gamers will be able to do the following:

  • Pick any 6 players
  • Make substitutions for each quarter
  • Earn (and lose points) based on player performance
  • Taunt opposing gamers
  • Compete with friend
  • React to actual in-game scenarios

InGamer’s platform will integrate into its website ( showcasing the platform’s unique capabilities during the NFL playoffs.

“We are excited to have created this partnership with”, said Nic Sulsky, CEO of InGamer. “NFL fans & fantasy gamers have been left out in the cold during the Super Bowl and playoffs, and we are proud to be unveiling the Ultimate Super Bowl party game alongside The Head Coach Challenge is going to make for an even more exciting postseason!”

InGamer enhances the live game viewing experience by engaging and connecting sports fans from around the world with live sporting events in a fun, social and interactive way. Its innovative platform combines traditional fantasy sports experiences with social media and real-time game design.

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