There is a new American Football League that has fans in total control of the teams, coaches and plays. The Fan Controlled Football League (FCFL) will allow fans to choose the players and coaches that make up each of the eight inaugural teams and even pick the teams' offensive plays. CEO Sohrob Farudi sits down with Alyssa Julya Smith in Los Angeles to talk about the funding the league received and how it plans to implement tokens to reward fans who engage with successful results. All eight teams will play in an indoor area that is being described as a "high tech production studio," which is intended to create place where fans will be able to watch and participate in the games. In an official announcement made Thursday, Vonage co-founder Jeff Pulver and co-creator of Ethereum Steven Nerayoff are joining the advisory board to bring the league to the next level. Fan Controlled Football League will debut in summer 2018 and more information can be found at

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