Fantasy Football Nerd Launches Free Application For Employee Engagement
Companies of all sizes can utilize the Fantasy Football Nerd (FFN) platform to host a contest among company associates to see who can pick the correct outcome of each weekly NFL game. The FFN platform will record each employees’ pick and the compare it to the actual outcome of the game. A weekly leaderboard will show which employees picked the most games correctly. A season leaderboard will show the results over the course of the full 17-game season.
In addition to the friendly competition among employees, companies have the option to designate a host that employees can play against. The host can be the CEO or another company executive, and would provide an additional dynamic to the competition.
“With COVID-19 impacting every company across our nation in ways both large and small, we have all had to adjust to a new normal. That new normal often includes remote working which presents a new set of challenges in keeping up employee morale and engagement, “ said Joe Dyken, CEO of TayTech LLC, the parent company of Fantasy Football Nerd. “Playing NFL Pick’em amongst your team members is a competitive way to keep folks engaged while keeping costs low and minimizing disruption.”
Fantasy Football Nerd will be providing this service at no charge for companies both large and small including setup, hosting, and scoring. Oftentimes, companies can be up and running within minutes.
Details and signup can be found on the Fantasy Football Nerd website:
Fantasy Football Nerd
C/O TayTech LLC
1025 West 20th Avenue #2041
Oshkosh, WI 54903
Contact: Joe Dyken, CEO, TayTech LLC
With more than 1 million active users, Fantasy Football Nerd continues to increase market share in the competitive, $70 billion fantasy sports industry. Dubbed the “Cliff’s Notes of the Industry” by the Washington Post and the “Best kept secret in fantasy football” by the New York Times.
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