DENTON, TX – The Simulation Football League presented by APM Music and Nation’s Best Football, a social media influencer for NFL, AFL, College, High School, Flag and Youth Football will be bringing awareness to the SFL this season through their extensive reach into the football community all over North America.
“Our future is brighter thanks to the support of Nationsbest,” said Commissioner Cameron Irvine. “In the digital age – and especially with our wide-ranging and new demographic – marketing strategies are calculated and vetted carefully. We believe Nationsbest and their team will be a tremendous asset to the SFL and a great way to showcase the strategy and football behind our product. It’s important that those whose football careers have come to an end can be reignited on the virtual field.”
Nationsbest Football has clients all over the country who have used the companies skills and expertise to enhance their brands. Nationsbest is partnered with emerging companies Cover Three and Nationwide Fundraising, and supports non-profit Touchdowns Against Cancer.
“The exciting Simulation Football League is coming to Nationsbest Football,” said Bob Smith, CEO. “Our 10 year anniversary has been a success thanks to National Partners like the Simulation Football League. Nationsbest Football will be showcasing the amazing players, teams, coaches and fans of the SFL as they kick off their 13th season – Summer 2019.”
Nationsbest Football was founded in 2009 and is celebrating it’s 10 year anniversary. The platform showcases NFL, college, high school & youth football players, coaches and teams. Digital properties include Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest and Instagram, the latter sporting over 56,000 followers.
Irvine established the SFL in 2013 and since then has been featured by Forbes, Bleacher Report and GameInformer, while gaining Twitch partnership. The documentary, ‘A New Frontier’, directed and produced by Emmy Award-winning documentary filmmaker Frank Goodin II, was released in 2016, focusing on the early days of the league and how the concept came to be. Six Twitch front page games garnered over 500,000 total views and routinely topped 5,000 average viewers. The league has grown from 7 to 21 teams and to over 250 players in six years. The league has over 400 active members in its community and allows amateurs to compete at all levels of football and media, including broadcasting, writing, statistics, coaching, scouting and owning sports properties.
The SFL’s 13th season kicks off Saturday July 6 on Twitch (www.twitch.tv/simulationfl) when the 3x Champion Alaska Storm host the surging New Orleans Pharaohs in the two teams’ first-ever meeting. The league broadcasts games live on YouTube, Twitch and through its website www.simulationfl.net via SFL Interactive presented by FUEL.
For more information about Nation’s Best Football, please visit www.nationsbestfootball.com and follow them on Instragram at www.instagram.com/nationsbestfootball (@nationsbestfootball).