LeagueApps did an awesome multiple video interview/edit giving a brief look at All-American’s Faceoff journey over the last year.
Video one can be found HERE
Video two can be found HERE
Their blog on our company can be found HERE
We thought we return the favor by giving a brief description of their company, infrastructure, and the future of their business in our eyes.
LeagueApps is one of the fasting growing sports platforms in the U.S. When it’s time to provide a fully functional/integrated e-commerce option for sports organizations; LeagueApps is a step ahead of the game. The backend platform is simple, fun, and easy. It is fully functional across multiple platforms (P.C. and mobile) which is a huge benefit. For a low monthly fee LeagueApps is able to provide sports organizations a way to organize, design, and run sports programs. The team is warm, fun, and awesome to work with!
Looking at the infrastructure of the company it is very much design, program, and coding base. That being said, the sales team is fully in trenched in sports across the spectrum and they have employees from all over the world which is cool to see. Their one office in NYC is cozy, fun, and has an contagious energy behind it.
What’s next for the LeagueApps team? Difficult to tell. Our guess is they’ll continue to expand into other sports while fine tuning their service base operations. From a spectator looking in; they have a lot of potential to break into markets overseas where organizers like the U.S. need help organizing and running events. With their infrastructure and young talent, they are able to easily adapt and change to the market demands which is a huge benefit.
They are currently hiring and I couldn’t reccommend a better spot for any athlete looking to get into the business of sports. Their office in NYC is centrally located and is a awesome spot for any young millennial talent to get experience in the business of sports.
Check their site out HERE and keep an eye out on new things coming down the road from them!
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