It’s been a wild and eventful year for basketball. Kobe delivered a vintage 60 point performance in his swan song while the Warriors broke a record that many basketball pundits believed would stand forever. Records are meant to be broken and broken systems are meant to be fixed. Today, basketball players have difficulty finding games and organizing games. More importantly, it’s tough to keep track of all the players you’ve played with. As James Naismith once said,
“The invention of basketball was not an accident. It was developed to meet a need. Those boys simply would not play ‘Drop the Handkerchief.”
Just like basketball was developed to meet a need, RecCheck was born out of a need to fix the way we play ball.
Over the past two years, we’ve been working on creating a way for basketball players to connect with local competition and stay in touch in order to play future games. At RecCheck, we believe that we have created a way to accomplish this through our iOS app. We strive to become another milestone for basketball by finally releasing our app to the public.
We’re excited to take a significant first step towards changing the way we play basketball by sharing our app with the San Francisco Bay Area. We realize that players from all over the country can benefit from our platform but in order to deliver the best possible experience for ballers everywhere, we want to focus on one city at a time to ensure that every region has enough games going on.
We’re also rolling out our brand ambassador program in the SF Bay Area where ambassadors will help us create games and spread the word all over the region. We’re always looking for fresh talent so if you or someone you know is interested in this opportunity, send us your resumes at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On that note, let’s get ready for tip off and cheers to the future!