OneSeason: Trade shares of players & teams?

If you are fond of investing in stocks and head over heels about sports, here’s a fun and lucrative way to make money from both!

OneSeason, Sports trading

Let me introduce you folks to OneSeason: is a virtual sports trading platform with social features and content for sports fans. The system provides sports enthusiasts with a way to compete, interact and have a vested interest in their passion.

Source: OneSeason

Michael Arrington from TechCrunch who gave OneSeason a quick review earlier today is quite optimistic about OneSeason. He said:
I’d imagine other companies might join the party if this takes off like he says. Professional leagues may even want to get in on the action.

Source: TechCrunch

Interesting! There’s only one problem though. OneSeason only trades on the following American sports; football, basketball, baseball and hockey. But that doesn’t mean that OpenSeason is only open to Americans. I took a peek at their FAQs just now and found that OneSeason is open to people in other parts of the world too, as long as they are adults.

Unlike stock markets, OpenSeason is open for trading 7 days a week from 8:00 AM to 11:00 PM Central Time (except on certain holidays). OneSeason is running a special promotion right now, If you signup for OneSeason during this special promotion period, OneSeason will give you a $10 bonus. You can use that money to start trading right away. :-)

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