The International Interactive Rugby League has announced a new competition for 2010-2011, with games to commence in August.
The IIRL is the world’s longest running fantasy rugby league community, established in 1997 by Australian Martin Lester and New Zealander Kevin Hare.
Unlike fantasy rugby league competitions run by major newspapers, the results of the games are made by a simulator, not by the results of real life matches. Players from NRL, Super League and local competitions are given ratings for their football ability and it is up to you to choose the right tactics in order to beat your opponent.
Lester and Hare continue to head the competition with previous participants coming from Australia, New Zealand, England, Canada, United States, France, Russia, Serbia, Papua New Guinea and Lebanon.
This season, there are only twenty-one spots available with teams filling fast. Already there are teams from Australia, New Zealand and the United States taking part in this season.
For more information on the International Interactive Rugby League, please go to http://playiirl.com/
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