November 27, 2019 — Pro Lacrosse Talk announced it will be partnering with Epoch Lacrosse for its NLL Fantasy Lacrosse Pick ‘Em Challenge. As part of the partnership, Epoch Lacrosse will provide a lacrosse head to the weekly winners and a customized pair of Epoch Integra gloves to the overall winner of the season-long challenge.
“Epoch Lacrosse is a brand that has shown continuous commitment to supporting professional lacrosse. Their support of our Fantasy Lacrosse challenge is yet another way to grow the professional game to a larger audience,” said Hutton Jackson, managing editor and co-host of Pro Lacrosse Talk. “We are excited to work with James Miceli and Epoch Lacrosse on our NLL Fantasy Lacrosse Pick ‘Em Challenge and hope to satisfy the lacrosse community’s thirst for fantasy sports.”
Epoch Lacrosse is an official sponsor of the NLL and currently equips many of the NLL’s top athletes like Jesse King, Randy Staats, Matt Rambo and Dylan Molloy. The brand is known for its commitment to quality and focus on producing innovative and technologically advanced equipment.
Prior to the NLL Fantasy Lacrosse Pick ‘Em Challenge, Epoch Lacrosse provided a pair of Integra PLL All-Star gloves to the grand prize winner of Pro Lacrosse Talk’s 2019 PLL Playoffs Fantasy Lacrosse Pick ‘Em Challenge.
The NLL Fantasy Lacrosse Pick ‘Em Challenge is currently open and participants can submit their rosters up until 9:28pm ET on Friday, November 29 before the Colorado Mammoth host the Saskatchewan Rush. At the time of this release, more than 200 participants had already entered the challenge. The challenge will reset and run every week of the 2020 NLL season, including the playoffs.
The prize pack of an Epoch lacrosse head and Pro Lacrosse Talk koozie will be given to the participant with the highest total each week. The participant with the highest total at the end of the season will be awarded the grand prize of a custom pair of Epoch Integra gloves.
To participate in the NLL Fantasy Lacrosse Pick ‘Em Challenge, submit a roster here.