NetworkNewsBreaks – FANDOM SPORTS Media Corp. (CSE: FDM) (OTC: FDMSF) (FRA: TQ42) Announces Digital User Acquisition Initiatives

Fan-focused entertainment company FANDOM SPORTS Media Corp. (CSE: FDM) (OTC: FDMSF) (FRANKFURT: TQ42) this morning announced that it has retained the services of an industry leading mobile app marketing and strategy firm. Per the update, the primary purpose of the initial digital campaigns is to increase growth and discovery, drive engagement, refine potential revenue opportunities and better position the FANDOM SPORTS App for the successful rollout of its v2 product, which is currently scheduled for release in early Q4 2018. FANDOM SPORTS’ early user acquisition initiatives are expected to focus on the core “on-brand” v1 Android version of its app in an effort to identify relevant distribution channels and deliver the fan-centric product to a targeted user base. The company also announced in this morning’s update the creation of a secondary Twitter account to be used for corporate and industry related matters. Moving forward, all press releases and company news can be found at the Twitter handle @FandomSportsCo.

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About FANDOM SPORTS Media Corp.

FANDOM SPORTS Media is an entertainment company that aggregates, curates and produces unique fan-focused content. The FANDOM SPORTS App is the company’s core product, which is the ultimate destination for unfiltered raw sports talk. The app allows passionate sports fans to unleash their primal sports passions, pick fights and earn rewards. Download the app and bring your crew. Talking trash is better with friends. The more you invite, the more in-app virtual currency FanCoins you can earn. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.FANDOMSPORTSMedia.com

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