WaiverWire Beta: Fantasy Football News, Stats and Advice

WaiverWire Beta has launched, giving Fantasy Football players a unique platform that has the look and feel of a social network that comes with customizable news distribution service, tips and advisory services.

I’m not into football but I have lots of friends that do and I’m pretty sure that they will love WaiverWire’s Real Time News Service. Real Time News Service delivers PA-Sport field coverage and RotoWire’s Player News and Notes straight to Fantasy Football players’ email boxes or phones 24/7. Those who are interested in using WaiverWire’s Real Time News Service better sign up today since WaiverWire is only charging new sign ups $9.99 right now. Fantasy Football players can also sign up for free and use WaiverWire’s basic features such as blogs, message boards, view scores and schedules but those features are pretty common, they are nothing compared to Real Time News Service or The War Room (coming soon).

If you have friends that love to play Fantasy Football, let them know about WaiverWire Beta. Tell them that they can use WaiverWire for current and future football seasons. Like what I have said earlier, I’m not into football but I do love other sports and I hope WaiverWire will consider giving fantasy soccer fans like me similar services in the near future.


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