Lets Talk Fantasy Football Has Launched New Alexa Fantasy Football Skills to Help You Win a ChampionshipPosted: Last Edited:
LTFF has recently introduced their latest Alexa Fantasy Football Skills for helping fantasy football fans everywhere. These Alexa skills aim to keep NFL and fantasy enthusiasts updated with everything related to Fantasy Football and guide managers towards a championship.
Glenwood, United States – September 27, 2017 /MarketersMedia/ —
Let’s Talk Fantasy Football (LTFF) has recently launched new Alexa Fantasy Football Skills for fantasy football managers and NFL enthusiasts to stay updated on the go. Using these smart skills, managers can ‘literally talk fantasy football,’ no matter where they are in their homes, office or anywhere they have an Alexa enabled device.
The newly launched skills include getting ‘brutally honest’ lineup advice, the latest news and updates, the ability to listen to fantasy football podcasts, getting a player’s ADP during draft season and more. Vinny Gonzalez, one of the Sr. Analyst’s at LTFF, elaborated on the Average Draft Position Alexa skill. It gives the Average Draft Position (ADP) of any fantasy football player based only on the voice command of the user. Just ask the question “Alexa, what is the ADP of Marshawn Lynch?” and you’ll get the player’s most recent average draft position.
Users can name any current NFL player of their choice and LTFF’s skill will speak out the accurate answer. According to Gonzalez, “You no longer have to scroll through lists of data to find where someone is being drafted. Simply ask and you shall receive. That’s the beauty of the fantasy football ADP skill.”
Another one of their new Alexa skills includes NFL Stats, which will provide you with accurate statistical data on the performance of past and current players. The LTFF team further stated, with these skills, now everyone can be an NFL or fantasy football expert. You’ll feel like the smartest football fan in the room, all the time.
Several of the other fantasy football Alexa skills launched by Let’s Talk Fantasy Football include an NFL Flash Briefing, the ability to listen to podcasts and to ask fantasy lineup questions. For a live experience, users can simply turn on the Let’s Talk Fantasy Football Alexa skill in their Amazon Alexa app and from there, the user is in control. Last minute lineup advice via questions or via the podcast is always available when an owner is in a pinch.
According to Nick Schreck, the CEO of LTFF, “We’re finally able to embrace our name. Now that you can literally talk fantasy football, there’s no going back. We’re excited about where voice and our fans are going to take us.” With all these features, fantasy football players and NFL fans can talk fantasy football anytime, anywhere. With fantasy football advice available 24/7 via the LTFF Alexa skill, there’s no excuse to mess up your lineup.
You just need to say – “Alexa, open Let’s Talk Fantasy Football”.
About Let’s Talk Fantasy Football:
Launched in 2014, LTFF has gained a devoted following amongst fantasy football fans for their brutally honest advice and demeanor. As self-proclaimed truth-tellers, the team promotes a new way of seeking honest advice amongst the people instead of the corporate rehashed stats you hear on TV. So far, LTFF has answered thousands of fantasy questions, connected with tens-of-thousands of podcast listeners and aren’t slowing down anytime soon. Their new Alexa fantasy football skills are further aiming to boost the rowdy startup to fantasy prominence. You can check them out at https://www.letstalkfantasyfootball.com/.
Name: Nicholas Schreck
Organization: Let’s Talk Fantasy Football
Address: 23 Carol Drive, Glenwood, NJ 07418
For more information, please visit https://www.letstalkfantasyfootball.com/alexa/
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