The Fantasy Sports & Gaming Association is the only national organization representing the interests of fantasy sports and gaming companies. We are the voice for more than 60 million fantasy sports players in the United States and Canada, and for the companies that provide services, news, information and competition to support this growing industry. Our members are sports and gaming enthusiasts, with companies that range from small startups to large media corporations. Our mission is to provide our members with essential research and data, networking opportunities, and collective action to help them reach their potential.
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 1, 2019 Contact: Rick Wolf (914) 224-5993 – firstname.lastname@example.org Fantasy Alarm Expands Powerhouse Analyst Team Multi-Sport Analyst & Broadcaster Adam Ronis Joins Fantasy Alarm Long Beach, CA (November 1, 2019) – FA Media LLC, owners of the flagship fantasy sports company Fantasy Alarm, announced today that Fantasy Sports Industry stalwart Adam […]Read More
The National Football League is making DraftKings its first “official daily fantasy partner,” moving the Boston-based company a step closer to one of the most coveted brands in the fantasy sports industry. The NFL, being both the largest professional sports league in the country and the sport that’s most popular among daily fantasy players, is […]Read More
An Oakland Raiders minority owner and two newspaper men cooked up the rules for the first version of fantasy football during a road trip in 1962. The Raiders went 1-13 that season, and the game provided a welcome distraction to the men. It took 40 more years, but once fantasy football finally emerged as a […]Read More
Saratoga Springs is definitely a horse town—but you could easily add “football” to that now. Fantasy football, that is. The New York Racing Association’s (NYRA’s) Saratoga Race Course, which closes its gates on Monday, September 2, will now be a prime location for live fantasy football drafts. (The National Football League’s first game takes place […]Read More