MARCH 26, 2015
Forget about March Madness. The only bracket that matter is ‘American Idol’s’ #IdolPredictions challenge on AmericanIdol.com. Well, not really, but it’s still fun and well-designed.
Launched last week (and built in conjunction with Omnigon) following the ‘American Idol XIV’ Top 10 performance show, #IdolPredictions tests fans’ ability to judge which contestants will move on and who is generating the most buzz on social.
MARCH 19, 2015
Following the airing of American Idol XIV on Thursday, Fox will be adding a new digital experience for fans, the #IdolPredictions game at AmericanIdol.com.
The game lets fans judge the top 10 finalists and earn online points by picking the finalists that move into the next round and by ranking the players based on Twitter activity.
Users can also set up their own leagues and invite family and friends to participate.
To design the game, Fox used Omnigon, a digital consulting firm that has worked with Fox and other networks in the past.
MARCH 19, 2015
If you think you have an eye to spot talent, then AMERICAN IDOL XIV invites you to get involved in a brand-new way, with the #IdolPredictions game on AmericanIdol.com! The #IdolPredictions game tests IDOL fans’ ability to successfully “judge” the Top 10 finalists on their talent, style and star presence.
MARCH 09, 2015
With last week’s announcement that the PGA TOUR would be launching its new iPad app, digital consulting firm Omnigon continues to bolster its slate of projects in the sports space. The company, along with POSSIBLE Mobile, unleashed the platform with features that include the use of real-time predictive statistics, both for individual players and the field with stats that include average proximity to hole for approach shots, driving accuracy and distance, distance to hole and the percentage of putts made from current distance.