‘Let’s make your own lineup’ K-League Fantasy Beta Service, started on the 16th

The Korea Professional Football Federation (President Kwon Oh-gap, hereinafter ‘Federation’) and Project With co-developed ‘K League Fantasy’ beta service started on the 16th (Tuesday).

‘K-League Fantasy’ is a fan-participation event in which users compose their own lineup by collecting player cards and compete with other users by giving points to the actual game records of players participating in the K-League.

‘K-League Fantasy’ is web-based, and you can participate on the K-League Fantasy official website, and it is also available in a mobile environment. You can access it immediately by scanning the QR code on the ‘K League Fantasy’ promotional poster.

‘K League Fantasy’ users select one team each from K League 1 and K League 2, and collect player cards belonging to each league to create a team. Player cards are divided into a total of five grades, and special random stats are assigned to each grade, so you can achieve better results if you have a higher grade player card.

The game record points given to each player card are based on ‘Adidas Points’, which calculates individual points by putting the data of 31 items recorded by 스포츠토토 K-League players during the game into a certain formula.

Player cards can be purchased and retained by using welcome packs given when signing up as a member of ‘K League Fantasy’, attendance packs that can be received every day, and ‘Kick Points’ that can be collected in the K League membership application ‘Kick’.

The federation is building a ‘K League Universe’ connected to the digital environment by using the points collected by K League fans based on various activities such as actual steps, intuition authentication, and event participation in the membership application ‘Kick’ in ‘K League Fantasy’. Goal. Through this, we want to allow more fans to enjoy the K-League without boundaries between online and offline.

In addition, the federation plans to hold various events in the future, such as linking ‘K League Fantasy’ with K League official events and sponsors.

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