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DIY Fantasy Premier League Platform Empowers Fans To Run Their Own Fantasy Football Game

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This innovative fantasy football product launched by FanXT.com offers fans the liberty to run their fantasy football leagues for English Premier League 2014/15 with their own rules and colours.

London, United Kingdom (July 17, 2014) — Fantasy Premier League Commissioner is an exceptional fantasy football platform that embraces the do-it-yourself (DIY) spirit by empowering English Premier League (EPL) fans to customise and run their own EPL fantasy game by setting their own rules of the game like amount of virtual budget, number of player transfers and number of allowed players from the same EPL club, all within 3 minutes. Users could also change the valuation of each EPL players and allocate customised fantasy football points for 18 player statistics like goals, shots on goal, assists, yellow card, red card and more.

“Fantasy Premier League Commissioner is a one-of-a-kind fantasy football game. If you’ve always been looking for a fantasy football game where you can have more control, this game is for you”, said Christopher Harris, the managing editor of WorldSoccerTalk.com.

League creators are able to design the look and feel of their game with their own colour scheme, logo, advertisement banners, wallpaper image, and also their own domain name. Injury report and player transfer news are also available and fantasy points are automatically updated during Premier League matches together with livescores, results, standings and more.

This platform is available in free and paid versions for the forthcoming Premier League 2014/15 season, differentiated by the number of members and features. League creators could run their league for free for the entire season with limited features if they have not more than 10 members in their league, while premium league owners enjoy full features when they choose between packages ranging from $19 per month (up to 100 members) to $999 per month (up to 10,000 members), depending on the number of users they wish to have. Free leagues with less than 10 members could also enjoy the full premium features by paying only $9 per month.

FanXT aims to provide this platform to individuals who want to run their own personalised mini fantasy league with their football friends and to websites and commercial brands that want to organise their own EPL fantasy game with their own colours and brandings.

To test out this new platform with a demo account, please visit, http://fantasy.epl.fanxt.com.

About FanXT (http://www.fanxt.com)

FanXT aims to provide fantasy sport games for sport leagues across the world. They are currently the official fantasy football provider for Finland Veikkausliiga football league, Hong Kong first division football league, India I-League, Philippines United Football League (UFL) and Singapore S.League. They also offer Fantasy Formula 1, MotoGP and WRC games.

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Company Name: FanXT Ltd.
Contact Person: Melvin Wong
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Phone: +60392224989
City: London
Country: United Kingdom
Website: http://www.fanxt.com

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