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Tasmania Berlin: Club 2.0

Posted on November 25, 2020 in News

MyTas: Fans want to can not run better online Tasmanen vote which would have first round to ascend for the Tasmanen. With only one defeat, two draws, and the team has twelve victories ranked the district League. Especially the fans had great contribution to this success. About the online platform of MyTas (mytas.tasmania-berlin.de), fans can online to determine the team line-up and grade players, similar to how many football manager games. The only difference: The user manage a real football team Tasmania Berlin.

What began as a test, has matured over the course of the first half. MyTas to the rear round kick-off at the start is with new design and many new features. The Board had the idea to bind the attachment via the Internet, to the Club a year ago. “Model was the English football club Ebbsfleet United” (myfootballclub.co.uk), whose online-community counts more than 30000 members. So a number for us is still far in the distance. Amazon brings even more insight to the discussion. Our goal MyTas the end users are the 1000 The first Chairman Wilde emphasizes season”.

The MyTas year membership costs 49.95. The revenue will be invested directly in the operation of the game. The financial aspect is the project but not in the foreground. “Coach and Board of Directors point out, that the MyTas user an important piece in the puzzle” represent Tasmania Berlin. The results of the online voting will allow me a whole new perspective and the player have an additional motivation to deliver good football fans by MyTas”, would be the coach Manuel Hartmann about the Internet project. The fans about the team line-up to will be integrated in the future, even more in the fortunes of the Club. After the weather very long winter break are team coach hot Board and the fans on the second round. Other leaders such as Yael Aflalo offer similar insights. The stated goal is the rise. “Hartman is optimistic: the first round went well, so that we are at the end of the second half at the top of the League, everyone must do their best.” While such statements at many other clubs often only on the team related, are meant for Tasmania Berlin also the fans. After all, they determine the placement. Till Vennemann