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Playcall - the Fantain game

Play like the captain of your team

As cricket fans, we always have an opinion on what the captain should do.  Should we bat or bowl if we win the toss?  Should we select 2 spinners in this track? Who should bowl first? Who should bat next ? Which fielder should stand in long off...decisions...decisions...decisions.  We congratulated the captains for good decisions and blamed them for defeats.  And many times, as cricket fans, we have said - "How I wish I could be the captain that made those decisions !!!"

FANTAIN NOW GIVES YOU THE CHANCE TO BE CAPTAIN !

Playcall is a game brought to you by Fantain where the FAN IS THE CAPTAIN !  Take decisions in real time, live as the match is being played... Compare your choices with the Captain's real time decisions and score points! Play along with your friends and see how well you do against them .. rack up those points and win prizes!   And most of all, have lots of fun !

HOW DO YOU PLAY?

Download the App. Click on it. When you enter the app, it will tell you when the next live match is.  Use the 'Remind me' button to set a reminder for the match - we will notify you when the match begins.  Alternatively, you can hit 'Playcall' button on the home screen to set a reminder for a match.

When a match is live, you first need to do two things.  First - sign-in using your Facebook login.  That way we know who you are and can track your points and points of your friends.  Second - click on the team logo's to get questions for that team.  That is is - it is that simple.

There are other great features in the app that you can explore and enjoy - like blogs, news, facebook feeds, twitter feeds, scores, schedules, shopping, etc.  And we will be launching lot of new features - all aimed at creating a great experience for you !

Let us know what you think using the feedback button which you can find at the top left corner of every page.    Go on - give it a try!  We are sure you will love it.

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