RotoHog Unveils Four New Games

Los Angeles-based RotoHog, the developer of online fantasy sports and entertainment games, said last night that it has launched four new partner games. According to Rotohog, the games include a celebrity fantasy game with Us Weekly, a military-focused fantasy football game for, a casual fantasy football game for the Los Angeles Times, and a Premier League fantasy soccer offering with All of the games are based on RotoHog's SCP platform. RotoHog is headed by Kelly Perdew, and provides white-label, fantasy sports and other games to its partners. The company is backed by Allen & Co, Mission Ventures, DFJ Dragon and Sports Capital Partners Worldwide. No financial details of the deals were announced by the company.