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FSGA Research Reports

For over 10 years, FSGA has been tracking demographic and behavioral data on the wide world of fantasy sports players. Below is a comprehensive list of the research that is available for download and purchase.

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2019 FSGA Research

With the sports betting landscape changing rapidly in the U.S, the FSGA partnered with Ipsos to get answers to three key questions: (1) Who are the fantasy players and sports bettors, and are they separate audiences? (2) What's it like in New Jersey, One Year Later; and (3) What are the consumer trends of fantasy players and sports bettors? The full research report is available for download now!

2018 FSGA Research

The research aimed at determining the sports-wagering habits of fantasy sports players following the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to overturn Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA).

2017 FSGA Research

Fantasy sports is a big business. So what does it take to win? The research explores the spending behaviors of traditional fantasy and daily fantasy players (age 18+), and also how they are playing across various platforms, such as computers, mobile devices and emerging media.

2016 FSGA Research

Fantasy sports is a big business. So what does it take to win? The research explores the spending behaviors of traditional fantasy and daily fantasy players (age 18+), and also how they are playing across various platforms, such as computers, mobile devices and emerging media.

2015 FSGA Research

The research examines the incidence of fantasy sports participation with a special look at "Never Players "-those who identify as never playing fantasy sports. The research attempts to understand why they don't play, how many are willing to play, and to compare and contrast demographics against fantasy players.

2014 FSGA Research

The research examines the incidence of fantasy sports participation with a special look at mobile behavior, attitudinal findings, participation, and team ownership.

2013 FSGA Research

The research examines the incidence of fantasy sports participation with a special look at technology usage and player spending on fantasy sports.

2012 FSGA Research

The research examines the incidence of fantasy sports participation in the US and Canada.

2011 FSGA Research

The research examines the incidence of fantasy sports participation with a deeper investigation into why consumers begin their fantasy sport play with focus on gender.

2010 FSGA Research

The research examines the incidence of fantasy sports participation with a deeper investigation into why consumers begin their fantasy sport play with focus on gender.