Free text ads have long been a staple in online gaming, with a huge number of players using the ad-free platform.
Now it seems the game industry has gotten creative, and some of the most popular NHL players are using the platform to boost their game scores.
Free text ads are used to deliver an ad on your page or mobile site, and have been a part of every NHL game since 2009.
It’s now being used in the NHL playoffs and other important events, with players like Jaromir Jagr and Jaromik Jagr Jr. being among the big names to have been using the tool in recent years.
It’s a trend that’s been around for some time now, and players such as Adam Oates, Alex Ovechkin, and Sidney Crosby have been prominent users of free text advertising, including using it on their own personal websites.
Now, there’s some evidence that some of these players are also using the free text in the way they would in real life.
For instance, it’s believed that former Montreal Canadiens forward Alex Oleszki has been using free text to score goals on the team’s Twitter account.
And, according to Free Text Ad, a player named Daniel Prapavessis has been spending hours on his personal website, playing his free text for free to boost his game scores and score goals in practice.
Other NHL players have also been using their own free text on their websites, and there’s even a trend in some circles to use it on social media.
This is particularly the case with players who are on the roster, and using free texts on Twitter or Instagram to promote their personal brands is something that can help attract a lot of fans and viewers, especially when the goal is to help them score more goals.
As far as scoring goals, some players have even been known to use their free text as an added scoring tool in the playoffs, with Jagr, Oateski, and Prapa using the strategy during the 2013 Stanley Cup Final.
Other teams are also reportedly using their free texts as an extra way to boost scores.
The Calgary Flames, for instance, have been known for their use of the free-text system, with many fans saying the team has had success in their attempts to score more and increase their lead over the Chicago Blackhawks.
Other players who have used their free- text in real-life have included NHL legend Wayne Gretzky, who was famous for his free-type text ads on his own Twitter account, and NHL players like Mark Messier, Alexei Emelin, and Martin St. Louis.
But now that some players are becoming a bit more vocal about using their Free Text Ads to boost goals, it seems like the NHL has become more conscious about their use.