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RotoHog, RazorGator Form Partnership for 2009 Baseball Season

by Kelly Perdew Baseball, Fantasy Sports,, Sports

April 22, 2009


One of America’s leading media distribution companies adds leading secondary ticket provider as exclusive partner for 2009

LOS ANGELES (April 22, 2009) – RotoHog, the leading fantasy sports platform provider, today announced an exclusive partnership with RazorGator for the 2009 Baseball season. The partnership will give RotoHog’s Fantasy baseball participants access to RazorGator’s exclusive ticket inventory for live events, as well as other merchandising and promotional opportunities.

“This partnership with RazorGator gives both subscribers and our baseball platform partners tremendous added value for 2009,” said Kelly Perdew, CEO of RotoHog. “As one of the premier secondary ticketing sites in the marketplace, RazorGator will give our fantasy baseball players direct access to tickets and other opportunities designed to enhance their online gaming experience beyond fantasy play. They are the perfect partner as we find new ways to expand the gaming experience for all involved.”

“We are always looking for the best in class in partners to reach the avid fan, and RotoHog’s games and their partners are a great fit for us,” said Scott Roback, Vice President of Business Development for RazorGator. “This deal will give all subscribers the opportunity to get access to a very unique list of products and services, tailored to their interests, and we think will be very well received by all those playing Rotohog’s games.”

Fans playing fantasy baseball on will have access to a co-branded ticket sale website. RotoHog will be able to provide its fantasy sports partners with the option to have a fully-integrated, customized ticket sale component into their white label games. This will provide RotoHog’s partners with an additional revenue stream within the games beyond advertising, sponsorships and premium in-game revenue.

RazorGator’s partnership with RotoHog aligns the industry leader in Hard-To-Get® tickets for sold-out sports and entertainment events worldwide with die-hard sports fans which make up a core section of RazorGator’s audience. The arrangement is another in a long line of strategic distribution partnerships cemented by RazorGator following similar associations with Amazon, Yahoo!, Fox,, MSN and more. Also, through its subsidiary PrimeSport, the global leader in hard-to-get event packages and corporate hospitality, it has official partnerships with professional sports teams and organizing committees. PrimeSport counts the NCAA®, Tournament of Roses® Committee, UFC and several NFL teams among its partners.

About RotoHog
RotoHog is the leading fantasy sports platform provider, with partners including, Turner Digital, Pro Football Weekly, AVP, Fox Español, RazorGator, GoDaddy, and LG Electronics. RotoHog is privately held, and based in Los Angeles. Investors include Allen & Co, DFJ DragonFund, Mission Ventures and Sports Capital Partners Worldwide. For more information on RotoHog, please visit

About RazorGator
RazorGator is the leader in Hard-To-Get® tickets for sports and entertainment events worldwide. RazorGator Interactive Group, which operates RazorGator, PrimeSport, and TicketOS, is a privately-held company headquartered in Los Angeles, California, with offices in Atlanta, Dallas, Phoenix, and India. Official partnerships with professional sports organizations include several NFL teams, the NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship Tournament, NCAA Men’s Final Four, NCAA Women’s Final Four®, NCAA Men’s College World Series®, NCAA Men’s Frozen Four®, Rose Bowl®, and UFC®. For more information, visit or call 1-800-542-4466.

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One Response to “RotoHog, RazorGator Form Partnership for 2009 Baseball Season”

  1. RazorGator is really establishing themselves as an authority and leader in the secondary market of resale tickets. They are competing with the big boys now: StubHub. I think they offer great service with reasonable prices and a big selection of tickets to choose from for many sold out events. Thanks for the post. Good stuff!

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