So far, 2015 has been an important year for fantasy sports from a legal and legislative aspect, and the 2015 Fantasy Sports Trade association Summer Conference will provide attendees with an update of these issues.
Fantasy football is by far the most popular fantasy sport, and it continues to find new fans each year. Research by the Fantasy Sports Trade Association finds that the growth of fantasy football among players ages 12 and older has continued at a rapid pace in the past five years.
With Times Square as its backdrop, the 2015 Fantasy Sports Trade Association’s annual Summer Conference heads to New York City to help industry leaders gain further insight from each other and some of the top fantasy sports minds in America.
The first Fantasy Sports Trade Association Member Meetup on May 1 at Wrigley Field in Chicago set the standard for future FSTA events around the country, combining blue skies, great camaraderie and a Chicago Cubs victory!
The fantasy sports industry is riding a wave of growth, and industry experts at the Fantasy Sports Trade Association’s 2015 Winter Conference on Jan. 15 and 16 at the Bellagio in Las Vegas see a tsunami coming.
OK. Mike Trout goes first. But who follows, and in what order? The 2015 Fantasy Sports Trade Association Winter Conference kicks off on Thursday, January 15 at 4 p.m. PST at the Bellagio in Las Vegas with the 2015 Experts League Fantasy Baseball Draft. The Draft will be broadcast live on Sirius XM radio.
One of the most important roles the Fantasy Sports Trade Association champions on behalf of its members is to maintain the game’s status as legal and non-gambling. The FSTA advocates for its members and the nearly 41 million players in the U.S. and Canada. That effort continues.
Even as Derek Harper and his development team prepare to launch Daily Ace, the latest entrant into fantasy sports’ rapidly-growing daily game space, he sees the success of companies like Draft Kings and Fan Duel as helping to lead growth for the whole industry.
Yards gained and passes completed are just numbers, but Websites such as FantasyData.com give them meaning. With the explosive growth of daily fantasy football games, those numbers from FantasyData.com are helping players gain a competitive edge, and helping fantasy game providers deliver superior services to their players.
Fantasy sports players understand the value of online connections, and there’s no bigger place to connect with fantasy players than Facebook. The key is to learn how best to use Facebook to find, capture and retain current and future players.