@FanHalf is putting the FAN back in #FantasySports

According to the site, “you’re watching these games anyway” and whether you’re watching on television or at the arena, why not test your skill and have some fun while doing so?

What does it mean to put the ‘fan’ back in ‘fantasy sports’ and why should you test your skill at this new fantasy sports site?  Well, many think that fantasy sports is geared toward those who are not so much about watching the games, or cheering for their favorite teams, as opposed to testing skill using various different methodologies that’s got less to do with rooting for your favorite team.  Not that there’s anything wrong with that, but over at FanHalf.com you can watch the game and still root for your favorite team’s players during the second half.

All the latest news is available on the company’s website, and social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.  You can find links to these accounts and pages on the site.  Be sure to follow along and let them know what you think of this new innovative fantasy game.

If a picture is worth a thousand words, this video is priceless….

 

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Michelle received a master's degree from Boston University in '2009. She went on to pursue a doctorate degree in public policy administration with a specialization in law. Although Michelle has completed her coursework for a doctorate in public policy administration with a specialization in law, she put her dissertation on hold to develop a sports social media business after she was asked to share about a former NFL player who had been stricken with ALS, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Michelle's interviews of notable athletes, sports personalities, as well as, government officials has been published in a popular men's interest magazine. She has also written a column about college football for Gaming Today, and has an advice column at The Inscriber Magazine.

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