Players take the role of sports agents trying to land a host of players (i.e. their “clientele”) lucrative contracts in an effort to build their own bank accounts. In doing so, agents must interview, scout, and offer their services to the players with whom they have good chemistry, as dictated by the agents’ own personality traits, which are determined at the beginning of the game. Additionally, they must scout the character of—and negotiate player contracts with—various teams playing four different sports (football, basketball, baseball, and hockey). A game takes place over the span of five years, and each year consists of four seasons (spring, summer, fall, and winter). A unique series of events take place during each season (e.g. drafts and rookie signing periods), after which agents perform various tasks. The winner of the game is the agent with the most money in his/her bank account at the end of the game, regardless of the total number of clients signed to deals or the total number of contracts successfully negotiated (thus, negotiating one hall-of-famer’s contract might prove more worthwhile than securing contracts for 10 fringe-players).