Yahoo! Telemundo Features Liga Fantastica Mexicana

Yahoo! Telemundo announced the launch of Liga Fantastica Mexicana (http://www.yahootelemundo.com/ligafantasticamexicana), the first of five Spanish-language fantasy soccer games set to run this year. The Liga Fantastica Mexicana debuts alongside the revamped Yahoo! Telemundo Deportes Mexican National Soccer League site, which offers visitors detailed league news, information and up-to-the-minute stats on players and teams.

Yahoo! Telemundo's robust Mexican National Soccer League site arms fantasy league players with the information they need to make critical game decisions. To do this, the site boasts 18 dedicated mini-sites, one for each of the 18 Mexican National Soccer League teams, with up-to-the-minute news, statistics and rankings specific to each team. Additionally, the site not only includes information on the latest matches, but also features polls, game calendars for each team and even highlights of the goals made per player per team.

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