NFL’s Rams introduces mobile FTP offering

Rams Pick ‘Em is developed by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos backed FTP game developer Tally

The Los Angeles Rams NFL team has introduced a free-to-play predictor game to engage fans ahead of the football season.

The mobile-web game, dubbed Rams Pick ‘Em, awards players for correctly predicting in-game micro-outcomes.

Users will be ranked via a leader board and be able to win game tickets, pregame field passes and signed merchandise.


The offering is powered by mobile FTP game developer Tally which is backed by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.

VP of media for the LA Rams, Marissa Daly said: “We are thrilled to bring our fans closer to the action with an engaging second-screen experience.

“We feel that our free-to-play predictions game will be a fun way for fans to compete against one another while watching their Rams compete on the field,” Daly added.

The Washington Redskins launched its own FTP offering in partnership with NBC Sports Washington Plus earlier this week.

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