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SCA Promotions Backs RotoChatter's $1 Million Fantasy Football Contest

DALLAS, July 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- is a fantasy football platform that offers weekly contests and rewards participants based on the accuracy of their picks. This fall, RotoChatter will offer participants the chance to win $1 Million in their $1,000,000 Fantasy Picks Challenge. Dallas, TX-based SCA Promotions is providing the promotional risk coverage for the $1,000,000 grand prize.

Each week, RotoChatter will release 28 groups of 4 professional football players of similar position and fantasy value. Participant's select one player from each group whom they believe will score the most fantasy points for that week. Groups will consist of similarly valued QB, RB, WR, TE, FLEX and Team Defense players. If any RotoChatter user successfully selects the highest scoring fantasy player from all 28 groups in any week during the season, they will win $1,000,000!

SCA is excited to partner with RotoChatter and offer football fans the chance to win big this fall. "It's a unique promotion and one that definitely will capture the attention of fantasy sports enthusiasts. I'd love to have seventeen attempts to win $1 Million," said Ragan Rector, Senior Account Executive at SCA Promotions.

RotoChatter is confident the Million Dollar Challenge will drive traffic to their Web site, which in turn will increase membership and aid in building a reputation as the place to go for the best fantasy sports interaction. "Our long range goal is to be the #1 place fantasy players go to find other fantasy players and interact for advice and lineup decisions.  By offering a life-changing prize with the help of SCA Promotions, we look to grow our user base and become a top fantasy sports destination" said Jeff Roth, RotoChatter Founder.                                                      

About SCA Promotions
Dallas-based SCA Promotions delivers promotional solutions and incentives that connect with consumers, without risk to the sponsor. For more than 28 years, SCA has offered an entire suite of advanced, interactive promotions, instant win promotions, record-breaking sweepstakes, and inventive games designed to engage and motivate. SCA has covered billions of dollars in prize coverage and paid out more than $185 million in cash and prizes for sales and consumer product promotions, lottery and casino jackpots, radio contests, direct mail, Internet, and sports promotions. SCA has offices in Dallas, London, Las Vegas, and Calgary, with affiliate partners across the globe.

About RotoChatter
Pittsburgh-based RotoChatter provides fantasy players a platform to prove themselves as knowledgeable and accurate in offering fantasy football advice.  Through a unique weekly contest setup, proprietary tracking methods and open display of all users' results, any fantasy player can find others they can trust via their performance on RotoChatter's platform.  Established in 2012 with a goal of becoming a leader in fantasy interaction and proof of expertise, the launch of their 2014 $1,000,000 Fantasy Picks Challenge is the next step towards achieving their goals.

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