Now it’s for real. We’re finally going to stop telling you that we’ll handle it in two months. And two months from now you would ask again and we would tell you that it’s going to be next week. And you’ll stop doubting if we actually keep our promises.
The answer is “yes”. We might take our time but we keep our promises. Always.
What are we talking about? Prizes, of course.
We had a few mishaps with commercial agreements and with some cheaters on the platform. Speaking of cheaters, have you looked at the leaderboards lately? You should. They are so clean and shiny that we advise you to wear sunglasses to look at them.
All these issues, and the usual ginourmous workload of a startup, made us delay the deliver of the prizes. We are very glad to announce that we’ve started to contact the winners of ChampsFevr (Champions Fantasy League), the EuropaFevr (Europa Fantasy League) and the Portuguese League. We are still working on a few partnerships for La Liga de los Ases (Spanish League). Making sure we have good prizes isn’t about just writing them on a list. There’s a lot of work to it.
And bare in mind that these are not some random prizes. They were brought by wise soccer men traveling from the center and north of Europe, South America, Africa – and even more unexpected places like countries that no longer exist.
Coming from the 4 corners of the soccer world, going from stadium to stadium, from locker room to locker room, dugout to dugout. Some in proper football shoes, other in bathroom slippers (never bare-feet because soccer locker rooms usually have those awful fungi that are very hard to heal). Guided to our headquarters by thermal vision, feeling the temperature of true soccer fans. The chosen ones, the soccer savants. For those who feel the fever. Those that already knew that Internazionale would finish last in Europa League’s Group K with Southampton, Hapoel Be’er Sheva and Sparta Prague ahead of them. Those who suspected that Borussia Dortmund against Legia Warsaw would result in an 8-4 result. And that Dinamo Zagreb would leave the Champions with no goals scored and 15 conceded.
And many other things, that they already know but that the average Joe will take the whole season to eventually find out. That’s the kind of person these soccer wizards are looking for, one worthy of the awesome prizes they’re offering:
And yeah, we know. Most of you would play this without any prizes. But with prizes it’s a whole other game, right? 😉
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