Prestige Master in a lobby full of noobs? Not a COD movie but nice head/ kill shots all the same. Didn't follow subtitles but with action this good who needs to!?
G-Love puts the 'G' in G4R with his post Madden game commentary. Love my Madden but love this guy more with his antics. Short version... he does a live Facebook vid after every game depicting game while answering comments from people who tune in live. Mature content.
Just want to take a minute and recognize the thousands who play in online Madden leagues and communities. We're all brothers (and sisters) in arms when it comes to lacing up our virtual cleats and taking the field. Disclaimer... This article focuses on a few franchises our staff and myself have participated in and in no way a knock on the countless others not mentioned. Space only allows for so much.
Instead I will focus on three I've been in for years: G4R Madden, True 32 Sim and Fantasy Madden 281. Each has a multi-commish staff for checks and balances and I like the diversity, structure, discipline and leadership they provide. They run year round (since M'13), stay full and advance on time if not early. Some have tried them and found it not to their liking while others revel in them. All good, people have different perceptions of what a credible league is and I'm not here to judge. Let's jump in shall we and get to what makes these 3 stand out for us.
G4R: It's considered the entry point of the 3. It has guidelines in place to keep the hardcore guys challenged and friendly enough to introduce newcomers to franchise play. With live post game conferences by coach G-Love himself what's not to love? Some call it the most sim of the trio but that term is overused in my opinion. No two people will 'ever' agree on what sim is. Its one of the few lgs that has had a female player since 'M25. Over 1/4 of it's original members since day 1 are still here. A cpl members vow this is the 'only' lg for them.
True 32: Rules are a little more loose than G4R and you 'must' be able to take a beating. In fact many have jumped in this league gung-ho only to leave after a brutal initiation by a fellow opponent. It's not lobby by a long shot but you can let your hair down and air it out more. Consider it a cross between G4R and 281. True 32 is one of my personal faves.
Fantasy 281: Some call this the flagship of the 3 and no mercy is shown whatsoever. With limited rules its a notch short of EA's anything goes Madden Tournaments. Picture MUT in franchise mode where teams are full of superstars, some players 99 overall. League has a 'hot seat' where you must win a minimum amount of games each season to stay onboard. It's a refreshing twist and makes you weigh every game heavily. Of course exception to the rule are staff and contributing members who put in countless hours to help keep lg flowing. Get ya weight up fellas, only thing harder than playing in this lg is trying to get in. Members tend to stick around for the long haul.
Note: Article is not a ranking of leagues nor debate forum for what is and what isn't sim. Only an insane person would go down that road. Adjusting rules and sliders does not make a lg sim, neither does having members who are ex football players. They bring a different approach to the game and though insightful is not a be all end all. Its a topic for another day. In short its a video game and meant to be entertaining sim or otherwise. When it ceases to do so no label on the planet will keep you around. Look for other featured lgs in the future.
It's our inaugural NCAA March Madness tourney contest and takes place on Firefan app (Android, iPhone). Most are members but if not download app and register to play it's free and takes about 5mins. Once on app search for NCAA tourney league G4R Spring Madness or look for G4R Nation. Both will direct you to same place.
Much like the brackets you pre-select teams you think will win. Difference is... we award points for correct answers with underdog selection paying nearly double points. Each round brackets are reset and you have a shot at winning that round but scores still accumulate over entire tourney. So even if you whiff a round you can still come through big by being consistent.
Firefan is our NFL contest app but season over we are expanding to NCAA, MLB, NBA and FIFA. Now is a good time to get it a test drive to gear up for later contests. If any questions please let us know?
Firefan is finally here! Real time sports app that's revolutionizing the gaming world. It covers major sports like NFL, NBA, MLB, FIFA, etc but for this article we will focus on football. How it works?... You download 'Firefan' app on iPhone or Google Play store and type in code: G4Rzone to get in instantly without the long register forms. You will be apart of our G4R Nation group and automatically entered to win prizes and awards for contests. As of this posting it's in last week of beta testing and everything looks like a go. App asks questions like: Who will score first? Will first score be a touchdown or field goal? Which team will get first penalty? Will halfback get over 10 yards this drive?... well you get the gist.
Everyone from all walks of life can jump in, play and be competitive. In fact it's on pace to out perform Candy Crush, Angry Birds and Pokemon Go when they launched! Join up today and you will be able to say 'I was there in the beginning'.
Madden Players of America (MPOA) hosted a Madden Tournament in Baltimore yesterday with players from around the region. Marc Rollins was in attendance to help run the festivities. Competition was fierce and it looked like another successful venture for Mr. Rollins and MPOA members. Look forward to next year's event!