FAQ

About Thuuz Sports
Account Creation
Personalizing Thuuz
Following Friends and Experts
Alerts and Notifications
TV Integration
Fantasy Sports Integration
Google TV


What is Thuuz Sports?

Thuuz monitors the world of live sports to make sure you never miss an exciting moment. You can set the app just to monitor your teams or have it look through entire sports so you don't miss:

What are the main features of the Thuuz Sports app? Why use Thuuz Sports vs. other apps?

Our goal isn't necessarily to replace other sports apps, but here are four reasons why we're different:

  1. We monitor the world for trending games and rate them all
  2. We provide more powerful personalization
  3. We tell you where to tune in
  4. We have unique alerting capabilities
What are Thuuz Ratings?

Thuuz uses ratings to make it easy for you to tell which games are most exciting. Using algorithms and social signals, Thuuz rates all live (and upcoming) games on a scale of 0-100. Thuuz even personalizes excitement ratings for fans of a team. If you see a fan finger next to a game or match, this signifies that the game includes one of your favorites.

Great game

Good game

OK game

Dull game

   
We adjust the excitement rating for every game featuring one of your favorite teams. We call it the fan finger. The adjustment is based on factors that might make the game more (or less) exciting for fans.
An empty circle means an upcoming game with a predicted excitement rating. Giants playing the Dodgers? Celtics facing elimination? Thuuz captures these X factors before the game even starts.
What platforms does Thuuz support?

We currently have both iOS and Android Apps. Our Android Apps include a version just for Google TV. You can also find our game ratings on several partner platforms, including the DISH Hopper, the latest TiVO apps and more. Why create an account?

Create a Thuuz account to save your preferences, to sync your preferences between devices and to access social features, Fantasy sports integration and more. Why does Thuuz need my email?

Thuuz primarily needs your email as your user name for authentication. Thuuz will also send you emails if there are problems or issues with the app (you can unsubscribe from these). Thuuz DOES NOT give your email address to anybody. How do I pick favorite sports and teams?

Within the app, go to your profile and click on favorite teams and sports What happens when I choose favorite sports?

Choose your favorite sports and we will make sure you know about the most exciting live and upcoming games in those sports. What happens when I choose favorite teams?

Choose your favorite teams and we will personalize our game ratings just for you, as well highlight any games involving your teams. You can also set more specific alerts for your teams. How do I follow friends and experts?

Within the app, go to your profile and click the friends or experts section. What happens when I follow friends?

When you follow your friends and they follow you, you can alert each other to great games from within the app by “Checking In.” How do I find friends?

You can use Facebook to find any of your Facebook friends using the app. Or search for friends by typing their email address into search. Are check-ins public or private?

Check Ins are public to the entire Thuuz Community but only you and your friends can alert each other. Who’s following me?

See who's following you by clicking on profile/follow friends/followers. Who are Thuuz experts?

Thuuz experts are independent sports journalists, bloggers and super fans who know their sports. Why follow experts?

Experts are another way to discover great games and performances. When experts check in, you then receive alerts and/or feed items about the games they're watching. How can I customize my alerts?

In the app, go to your profile. Click on customize alerts. Then click on the alert type you want to customize. What types of alerts does Thuuz include?

Thuuz has four types of alert you may choose to turn on:

To manage your volume of alerts, adjust your fan type or turn off alerts for individual sports and teams. How do I manage the quantity of alerts?

The number of alerts you receive will depend on:

  1. number of sports you follow
  2. number of teams you follow
  3. what is your fan level for each team or sport - from casual fan to fanatic
  4. number of friends you follow
  5. if you have Fantasy teams integrated
  6. number of games being played on a given day
How do I turn off all alerts?

You can always choose to receive no alerts, even if it's temporary. Simply go to your profile and turn off all alerts. When you turn alerts back on, all of your original alert settings are saved. How do I set my TV provider?

In the app, go to profile and select TV provider info. When you select a provider, Thuuz will tell you the times and channels for available live games and replays. What countries does Thuuz support for TV guide information?

Today Thuuz only provides TV listings for the U.S. We hope to add this capability for other countries in the future. Does Thuuz have over the air (OTA) broadcast information?

Thuuz currently only provides cable and satellite broadcast information. What are the main Thuuz Fantasy integration features?

Receive real-time feed items and alerts for when you’re players are going off, when they’re on TV, when they’re injured and more. How do I import my Fantasy roster?

Thuuz will automatically import your Fantasy players from many of the major platforms. Why can’t I edit my Fantasy roster through Thuuz?

Our focus is on helping you track your players across multiple platforms and figuring out when you may want to tune into the live action - all of this in an app where you also track your fan favorites. How do alerts work on Google TV?

Thuuz Sports leverages Google TV's notification infrastructure. If you are watching TV, notification will flash on the screen for approximately 3 seconds and then fade away. A history of all notifications can be seen in Google TV's notification center. Unfortunately, Google TV does not allow us to customize how long a notification stays on your screen.