FANDOM SPORTS Media Corp. (CSE: FDM) (OTC: FDMSF) (FRA: TQ42) Brings the Passion of the Games Home to Fans

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FANDOM SPORTS Media Corp. (CSE: FDM) (OTC: FDMSF) (FRANKFURT: TQ42) is doing for sports fans today what the Circus Maximus did for ancient Romans. At this largest of Roman hippodromes (horse racing tracks), some 2,000 feet long and 600 feet wide, spectators were treated to captivating contests that typically featured 12 four-horse chariots racing for four miles as they traversed the Circus’ circumference seven times. The passion and excitement of 250,000 fans, the hippodrome’s seating capacity, as they cheered their favorites on must have made for a deafening din that’s unheard of today. The largest football stadium in America seats just around 100,000. Nevertheless, today’s fans are just as passionate, which is why FANDOM SPORTS, through its social media Android Sports App, is providing a platform for them to express their exuberance and frustration, just as the Circus did for its toga-clad enthusiasts.

Ancient Romans were possessed of the same fervor that might be witnessed at any modern game of football or baseball, which prompted the poet Juvenal to remark that they cared only about ‘bread and circuses’. Other striking similarities exist. Just as today’s sport figures can earn six-figure incomes, another contemporary commentator (the poet, Martial) complained about the…

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