Full Moon was founded in 2001 as a solutions business for the Fantasy Sports industry. Full Moon did work in sports and fantasy for companies like FOX Sports, AOL, Topps and USA Today.
Full Moon has strong expertise in Fantasy Sports, but is focused on the under served Horse Racing community. There is a strong belief that Horse Racing needs a more casual following just like Fantasy Sports in the early 1990s.
Along with these categories, Full Moon loves baseball. All current Full Moon staff love the New York Mets, but all clearly love baseball, so Phillies fans and Yankee fans are still welcome.
Every business has problems and sometimes it is hard to see those problems and be creative enough to figure out the solutions. Full Moon are experts in Baseball, Horse Racing and Fantasy Sports.
With a deep sports contact base and unique understanding of both technology and business on the Internet, Full Moon delivers creative business solutions for high level deals. Innovative product developers for online sports applications will help you make your products the best in their industry. We understand what it takes to design, develop and implement sports applications on the internet and can help you succeed.
From product design/development to marketing/distribution to sales, Full Moon can help you make it with your Internet business.
Rick Wolf, was Director of Business Development for NBC Sports Digital from August 2006 to November 2011. During his time there, NBC Sports Group went from 28th to 6th on the ComScore sports list.
Wolf, while CEO of Full Moon, acted as Executive Vice President of Strategic Partnerships at Allstar Stats. Wolf defined a business model that balanced B2B services with B2C products and content allowing Allstar Stats to grow into a favorable acquisition target of a larger media company. In August 2006, NBC Universal purchased Allstar Stats Inc.
In 1998, Wolf was a founding Board Member of the Fantasy Sports Trade Association (FSTA), a non-profit organization with the mission of raising awareness worldwide for Fantasy Sports. From 2002 to 2006 he served as FSTA Chairman. In 2001, the FSTA recognized Wolf as their Executive of the Year. In 2011, Wolf was the 13th person elected to the Fantasy Sports Hall of Fame. Wolf is still an active Board Member and Chairman of The Membership Committee.
In 1995, Wolf was hired as the 13th employee at SportsLine.com to direct their digital product. In 1997, he became GM of Fantasy Sports and designed a plan for the consolidation of the Fantasy Industry under the CBS SportsLine brand. In 1998, Wolf created the partnership between Commissioner.com and SportsLine.com that led to building the most robust fantasy sports suite on the Internet.
In 1991, Wolf was part of the technology team at PRODIGY that produced the first online Fantasy game for baseball, Baseball Manager.
Wolf and college friend Glenn Colton have won three USA Today LABR fantasy baseball championships and four FSTA Football Experts League Championships.