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Fantasy Sports Site Development

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Project Description

We are looking to launch a new Fantasy League Sports Site and have a good understanding of our requirements. There is an opportunity for someone to design and develop a complete Fantasy Sports Suite.

We would prefer to hire someone that has prior experience with fantasy sports site development and/or knows exactly how fantasy sports sites work.

Requirements:
Programmer must develop the software/scripts/graphics.
Site will include NFL,NBA, MLB and Soccer which would all have different scoring systems –

Two types of players, free and paying to allow players to play simulated head to head with other players in leagues and competitions of different formats with flash based game or something similar to show game play. The second league type will be based on live sports events like other products out there.

The suite should have a user friendly web based control panel to manage the platforms activity based on users and leagues. This will require live feeds from providers such as [url removed, login to view]

The platform must have the ability to show fantasy games being updated with live scores.
All scores and data of leagues would need to be part of the platforms offering This includes rosters, season stats, schedules of games and so on.

This is a very big project, something fairly similar to Pokerstars fantasy league.
Please message if you have any questions regarding this project.

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Payment:
20% placed in escrow on start of project
Additional payments into escrow or released when progress targets are met
30% fully bug free after 3 months of testing.

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