New York, NY -- (ReleaseWire) -- 04/11/2014 -- Everyone likes to win something, and some win more than others. But what if there was a place where everyone wins or at least has a better chance to become a sweepstakes winner?
This is what Michael Paul, famed Internet pioneer and serial entrepreneur thought also when he launched Gewinnspiele.com in Germany the first time. A sweepstakes directory website that grew to millions of users before being acquired several years later.
Now Mr. Paul is back with his eyes set on the US market and the need he has identified for a quality sweepstakes portal that helps game players find and enter sweepstakes and contests faster and easier.
“The problem is that potential contestants can’t find the best online sweepstakes in a fast way” said Paul. “Contests would have more quality entries and users would apply to more sweepstakes if they could find them, and we are looking to solve both of those problems when we launch Sweepstake.com later this year." he went on to say.
Considering that thousands of sweepstakes and contests are available every week, he very well might be on to something here as the popularity of winning money and prizes never fades away. In what Paul claims will be the largest sweepstakes directory in the US, Sweepstake.com is already seeing high interest rates from users wanting to be notified when the new website goes live.
“We have really been excited to see the early buzz around this new opportunity that will help sweepstakes and contests around the world with exposure to game players. The amount of interest we are receiving daily is in steady growth” Paul said when asked about the upcoming launch.
With an active few months ahead, anyone with interest in becoming part of the Sweepstake.com community and wants to be notified first when it launches should head over to the website and drop their email address on the contact list.
You can learn more about Sweepstake.com and get on the waiting list by visiting http://sweepstake.com or follow them on one of several social media services like Twitter or Facebook.