New Digital Media Platform, KYCK, Becomes The Go-to For UEFA 2012 Interaction

June 26, 2012

Soccer Fans Flock To KYCK For All Their Tournament Needs

Charlotte, N.C. (PRWEB) June 26, 2012

With the UEFA Euro Tournament under way, fans are turning to the new global soccer app KYCK. KYCK is a digital media platform that discovers, curates, and delivers personalized and highly relevant soccer content to users.

UEFA Euro 2012 Tournament semi-finals are set with Portugal to play Spain in the first match and Germany has a match with Italy on June 28. The winners of the two matches will play July 1 in the finals.

KYCK is a global soccer app that users can access via PC, Mac, Smartphones and tablets. The platform allows users to follow UEFA Euro 2012 matches, follow players, create a personal profile, and join futbol events.

“We have created a platform that allows all futbol fans around the world to interact with each other during live matches,” says Jason Yarborough. “It is my hope that this will help bring futbol fans around the world together.”

Leading digital marketing agency Command Partners have been retained to assist in building their brand. Command Partners has a history of working with startups from conception to becoming well established.

“KYCK is a great platform for soccer fans everywhere,” said Command Partners´ President Roy Morejon. “I am excited to be working with such a good product and get the chance to help them become leaders in the industry.”

To learn more about the popular platform, visit KYCK.com. Download the KYCK soccer app for iPhones and iPads in the iTunes store.

About Kyck

KYCK is a socially enabled media platform providing discovery, curation, consumption and distribution of content and products these enthusiasts crave. Everything on KYCK from content to commerce is based on “relevance”. Soccer is massive in the social space.

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