Philadelphia, PA, September 05, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Dot Holdings, LLC today announced that they have launched five fantasy sports applications built on Facebook® Platform. These applications allow Facebook users worldwide to play free games and also provide U.S. users a chance to win cash prizes.
“Facebook Platform is very powerful and allows our games to be enjoyed by many,” reported company founder, David Sonn.
These applications deliver free games for Pro Baseball, College Football, Pro Football, Pro Hockey and Pro Basketball, each based on the unique Last 2 Left format. Facebook users can create their own games for just their friends or make them accessible to all users. These games are purposely simple, require very little to play and are completely free. Each application also includes an opportunity for users to win $1,000. It’s important to note that these are not gambling applications but rather are meant for entertainment only.
To see these games, visit the following corresponding links:
College Football: http://apps.facebook.com/college-football-two/
Facebook's mission is to give people the power to share and make the world more open and connected. Facebook users communicate and share information through the social graph, the network of connections and relationships between people. With more than 250 million active users, Facebook is the fourth- most trafficked website in the United States.
In 2007, Facebook launched Facebook Platform to empower developers and entrepreneurs around the world make the Web more social for users. Millions of Facebook users return to the site each day, providing unparalleled distribution potential for applications and the opportunity to build a business that is highly relevant to people's lives.
Dot Holdings, LLC is an internet consulting firm providing advice, strategy and planning for online ventures. The company is currently focused on the Last 2 Left, patent pending venture. For more information, visit www.Last2Left.com.
Facebook® is a registered trademark of Facebook Inc.