The FSTA applauds Attorney General Healy’s approach toward fantasy sports and welcomes the opportunity to work with her office over the next 60 days on her proposed regulations.
The Fantasy Sports Trade Association (FSTA) announced today that serial entrepreneur, investor and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban will be the keynote speaker of its annual winter conference being held in Dallas, Texas, on Jan. 19-20, 2016. Paysafe will be the title sponsor of the event. Cuban, whose talk will be sponsored by Sportradar, is scheduled for […]
The Fantasy Sports Trade Association (FSTA) today released the following statement attributed to FSTA Chairman Peter Schoenke, regarding legislation to keep fantasy sports legal in the State of Florida.
The Fantasy Sports Trade Association (FSTA), which has represented the industry since 1998, announced today that it will form the Fantasy Sports Control Agency (FSCA) and appoint Former Acting U.S. Secretary of Labor Seth D. Harris to chair the independent agency charged with creating a strict, transparent and effective system of self-regulation for the businesses that comprise the fantasy sports industry.
The Fantasy Sports Trade Association strongly supports DraftKings in its commitment to maintaining the trust of its customers. DraftKings has taken important and aggressive action, supported by highly-credible independent advisors, that will further strengthen the integrity of the product it offers to fantasy sports fans.
We applaud the meaningful steps FanDuel is taking to maintain the trust of its fans. FanDuel has acted swiftly and decisively to assemble a world-class team of independent advisors, and are providing a level of transparency that will be noted and appreciated by fantasy sports fans everywhere.
The Fantasy Sports Trade Association (FSTA), DraftKings and FanDuel have always understood that nothing is more important than the integrity of the games we offer to fans.
Fantasy Sports Participation Grows Dramatically; Hits New Milestone, Reaching Nearly 57 Million in U.S. and Canada – Fantasy sports participation in the United States and Canada has reached the 56.8-million mark according to new research conducted by Ipsos Public Affairs for the Fantasy Sports Trade Association (FSTA). This mark easily tops the highest number of players recorded in the six years the study has been conducted, decimating the participation numbers from last year.
A large majority of Louisianians (70 percent) support the full legalization of fantasy sports in the state, according to a poll conducted by international research firm Ipsos for the Fantasy Sports Trade Association.
Each year, we bid farewell to board members who have completed their terms, and we welcome new directors who will lead FSTA through the coming years. To fill these open slots, we solicited nominations and opened elections up to members. The results from the elections are in and FSTA welcomes the following new directors