Bring in cash prizes with gaming

Top Dog Stats enables sports fans to connect with fantasy research in innovative ways, giving them capabilities that even professional sports teams struggle to match.

The internet is currently filled with this season’s player recommendations. Leading sports companies, such as ESPN and CBS Sports release draft guides to keep fans up to date with the new season’s hot tips. However while these in-depth player analytics are available, most fantasy sports players do not have the time, patience or tools to apply these analytics to their game — until now.

Top Dog promises to solve these problems with its new fantasy sports visual analytics platform. Released in beta in August, the platform gives fantasy players  of all levels the chance to live the real life of an NFL GM, and get their own chance at building a dynasty and bringing in cash prizes.

The software breaks down the information fans need into usable, bite-size pieces. It portrays data in easy-to-comprehend, data visualizations, which allow fantasy  players with varied levels of experience to visualize and manipulate their data, and then share their team charts via social media. No more excel spreadsheets needed to stay on top of your progress! 

“When data is delivered in spreadsheets finding patterns, trends and correlations is challenging. Smart visuals will allow fantasy players to easily pinpoint opportunities, identify outliers and enable at-a-glance analysis for players of all levels,” said Chris Tanck, co-founder of Top Dog Stats LLC. 

Top Dog”s platform is created by Chris Tanck and Elvis Pereymer, who were responsible for developing the analysis systems that NFL teams rely on when making their draft/player selections and developing game strategies. The analytics and performance tools are similar to those used by NFL general managers, coaches, scouts and salary cap analysts. 

“We have developed this platform to provide information at the highest possible professional level, on par with if not better than what the best NFL teams are using,” added Tanck. 


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