If you’re heading to your first Fantasy Sports Trade Association Winter Conference on Jan. 15-16 at the Bellagio in Las Vegas, or if you’re a veteran FSTA attendee, there’s always something new to learn at each event.
The votes have been tallied and the Fantasy Sports Trade Association is pleased to announce the finalists for its 2013 Industry Awards.
Americans may be getting busier every year, but longer working hours and decreased leisure time are not expected to slow down the booming Fantasy Sports Services industry.
Most fantasies are designed to be an escape from reality. But in professional football, there’s no escape from fantasy. Even if you’re not among the more than 25 million Americans who select players and compare statistics for love or money, fantasy football is affecting the way you watch the sport.