Fantasy cricket is a game where users create virtual teams, and earn points and prizes based on their players’ performances in the real matches. So it gives every person a chance to be a selector, and an opportunity to demonstrate their cricket knowledge. At the end of it, there are prizes for the top teams, but more importantly, big bragging rights.
TenTenTen’s official IPL game was known for its user-friendly features like free uncapped subs, daily challenges and live tracking of fantasy scores. All these features are now available in Fandromeda.
Fandromeda was launched during the recently concluded World T20, and found immediate acceptance with over 50,000 users creating nearly 250,000 teams.
When asked for the reason behind launching Fandromeda, Ramesh Srivats, the MD of TenTenTen said, ” People loved the official games we created for IPL. We sort of defined the fantasy cricket experience for fans, in terms of rules & features, as well as the interface. So we thought it would be a great idea to allow people to play it through the year. Fandromeda launched a month back and got a great response in the recently concluded World T20. The IPL game is now open. This is the same game that people loved and played for 3 years. As we move ahead, we plan to expand our offering to not just cover all cricket, but also innovate in other areas like bringing in paid games with cash prizes, other sports like Kabaddi and Football, and even game formats beyond fantasy. The idea behind Fandromeda is to give fans a permanent platform in which they can engage with their favorite sports.”
Apart from single-match games for casual users, Fandromeda also caters to the die-hard fan with the Championship mode. In this mode, users create an initial team and make substitutions through the IPL. With features like free uncapped-sub, permanent stealth and overseas cap, the game promises to add a new dimension of excitement throughout the tournament. Users can also form private leagues to play with their friends. There will be prizes for winners of single matches as well as toppers in the Championship mode.