Ready-Set-Go Fantasy Sports LLC
Ready-Set-Go Fantasy Sports is a fantasy sports technology company
that has developed the "Power Analyzer," a predictive software application
that provides winning advice specifically tailored to individual fantasy
baseball players. Our goal is to become the No. 1 choice for predictive
fantasy sport analysis for the 18 Million Fantasy Sports Fans.
The founding partners have strong domain expertise in five (5) critical
areas important to a winning fantasy baseball service.
1. Winning Predictive Algorithm - See "News
2. Strong expertise - Hosting Web based "search algorithm" technology
3. Expert Fantasy baseball Resources - 40 years experience
4. Customer relations expertise managing subscription-based customers
5. A proven track record of helping our members WIN in Fantasy baseball!
Jeff Coruccini, Co-Founder -
Jeff has over twenty (20) years business development executive leadership
experience and ten (10) years working with start-up businesses (Web-centric
models) in the areas of: customer management, software development, strategic
partnerships and new business implementations. Jeff has tremendous experience
for his role as CEO of the company. His proven business development and
account management skills and project management experience has led to
the company's successful product deployment and establishing a strategic
relationship with the licensing arm of the National baseball League (NFL
Players, Inc.) during the 2005 fantasy baseball season. He has over fifteen
(15) years of experience competing in fantasy baseball and it was his
vision to develop the product and company. Companies Jeff has worked for
include: American Express, Carlson Companies, McDonnell Douglas, Farelogix.com,
Yatra.net, e-resourceplanner.com and b-there.com
Simon Chatfield, Co-Founder - Simon
has over fifteen (15) years management experience developing software
applications and architecture designs. The past eight years he has worked
for start-up companies while growing and developing his consulting company
- The Chatfield Group. In his current role as Chief Technology Officer,
Simon has developed the code and architecture to support our fantasy baseball
optimization algorithm. His prior experience with developing "travel search"
algorithms and knowledge of baseball/fantasy baseball were the successful
ingredients in creating our winning algorithm. Simon's experience growing
companies and developing software products will ensure Ready-Set-Go becomes
an industry leader in fantasy sports predictive analysis software. Simon
has over ten (10) years experience competing in fantasy sports.
Dana Valentine, Co-Founder - Dana
has over eighteen (18) years technical support experience with Fortune
500 companies. His background maintaining database applications and system
support ensures the accuracy of our information for our products database.
Dana is our lead Fantasy baseball analyst with over fifteen (15) years of
experience competing in fantasy sports. He has played a key role in our
success the past two seasons, resulting in our application beating industry
experts 70% of the time.
Advisory Board Members
Russ Bliss, Radio Host, Fantasy baseball Analyst
- Russ has over ten (10) years experience as a professional
fantasy baseball analyst and during that period has hosted the most successful
Fantasy baseball Radio show - The Red Zone (KDUS 1060) in Phoenix, AZ.
Russ joined Ready-Set-Go Fantasy Sports in December 2005 and plays a key
role in the development of enhancements and new products.
Brady Chatfield, Internet Marketing and Pubic
Relations - Brady has more than fifteen (15) years
of experience in communications, including journalism, public relations
and marketing. His background ranges from working for large corporations
to nonprofits to co-founding his consulting business, The Chatfield Group.
Brady's expertise helped Ready-Set-Go Fantasy Sports more than double
its user base in 2005 and has helped the Power Analyzer gain the attention
of industry and the media.
About the Fantasy Sports Industry
The Fantasy Sports Trade
Association's fourth annual demographic survey results, conducted
by Dr. Kim Beason of the University of Mississippi , provide insight on
this growing industry. The survey indicated there are 15-18 million people
playing fantasy sports with the average fantasy player being a 36-year-old,
married, white male with a bachelor's degree and a member of the "professional"
According to the survey, basketball has shown the highest
growth rate in the past four years, showing a 7 percent growth during
that time. baseball (4 percent) was next, followed by baseball (3 percent).
In addition, the average fantasy player also spends 34 minute's a day
thinking about their fantasy teams and has an average of 3.3 baseball
teams and 2.9 baseball teams.
"This is a healthy, maturing growing industry," Beason
said. The survey also revealed some fascinating aspects of the industry's
participants. Among them:
- Fifty-five percent of fantasy players watch more sports on TV since
starting to play fantasy sports.
- Fantasy sports players attend considerably more professional games
than non-fantasy players. Sixty percent of fantasy sports players attended
at least one Major League Baseball game last year, compared to 12 percent
of adult Americans who attended at least one game last year. The other
sports were equally revealing: 47 percent of fantasy baseball players
attended an NFL game last year (compared to 9% of adult Americans);
28 percent of fantasy basketball players attended an NBA game (compared
to 8% of adult Americans); and 27 percent of fantasy hockey players
attended an NHL game (compared to 4% of adult Americans).
- The industry is growing at a rate of 7-10 percent in the past three
Erin Hunter of comScore.com and Lee Ann Prescott of Hitwise.com
also unveiled additional online demographic information. Among their findings
was that fantasy baseball generated the highest amount of online traffic,
the strongest demographic resided in the 25-34 age group and the average
income of fantasy participants was between $60,000-$100,000 a year.
"This is a very attractive demographic market," Prescott