STATS has been developing, managing and hosting fantasy games for more than 25 years. Delivering a wide variety of game engines that serve the specific requirements of our clients is a core competency. Each game engine has customizable features and options to ensure a unique fantasy experience is provided within the look and feel of a client’s site. Below is a small sample of STATS fantasy game engines.
Fantasy Games Available
Games are entry level contests when it comes to user difficulty, but drive a large quantity of participants each day/week to make their selections. Participants are tasked with selecting the result of a game/contest/race and are awarded points based on a successful choice. Pick’em/Predictor games are employed for both team and player categories and are a perfect solution for both individual and team sports.
Games challenge participants to select a team while remaining under a pre-determined salary level. In salary cap competitions participant rosters are not always unique, allowing them to participate against the entire site or against friends in private leagues. Salary cap games are player based and are popular across all types of sports including, football, basketball, baseball, soccer/football and many more.
Games are based on a predetermined set of rules established by the operator that allow participants to compete in private or public leagues. Within each league, participants have a unique team that can be selected via a live draft or a player allocation tool. League style games are popular across a variety of sports including, football, basketball, baseball, soccer/football and many more.
Games allow the greatest flexibility in game play. Typically the commissioner sets the league rules from a wide variety of scoring, lineup and other settings. Rosters are selected via an online draft, allowing each user to have a unique roster. Commissioner games generally create a unique and active user base that lends itself to a customized experience amongst friends. Commissioner games are developed across all sports and are typically run on a pay-to-play model.
Allow participants to predict the outcomes of tournament style competitions. Weighted scoring rewards participants for correct selections deeper in a tournament. Bracket games are popular for the NCAA Tournament, World Cup, Champions League and Euro Cup