FlowPlay, creator of the most powerful immersive gaming platform, today announced a strategic partnership and investment in Alto.io, a decentralized platform empowering the entire games ecosystem to mint, use, and sell cryptoitems

FlowPlay Invests in Future of Blockchain Games with Alto.io Partnership

FlowPlay, creator of the most powerful immersive gaming platform, today announced a strategic partnership and investment in Alto.io, a decentralized platform empowering the entire games ecosystem to mint, use, and sell cryptoitems on the blockchain. As part of the partnership, FlowPlay will advise Alto.io on market challenges and opportunities while exploring the use of Alto.io’s blockchain-based […]

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DraftKings Inc. announced today that the company recently opened an office in San Francisco and is planning to open an office in Las Vegas. Additionally, DraftKings has hired several gaming and sports betting executives

DraftKings Hires Top Executives And Continues Expansion Of World Class Sports Betting Team

DraftKings Inc. announced today that the company recently opened an office in San Francisco and is planning to open an office in Las Vegas. Additionally, DraftKings has hired several gaming and sports betting executives to further the momentum created by the successful launch of its first-to-market mobile/online sports betting platform in New Jersey. “The bar […]

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The Crown League – the first professional fantasy football league owned by the public, managed by experts and run entirely on blockchain technology –

THE CROWN LEAGUE LAUNCHES NATION’S FIRST PROFESSIONAL FANTASY FOOTBALL LEAGUE OWNED BY THE PUBLIC, MANAGED BY EXPERTS AND RUN ENTIRELY ON BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGY

TODAY IS THE FIRST OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE AN INVESTMENT STAKE IN THE LEAGUE THROUGH NEW SECURITY TOKENS THAT WILL POWER ITS UNPRECEDENTED OWNERSHIP EXPERIENCE FANDOMFARE GAMING — The Crown League – the first professional fantasy football league owned by the public, managed by experts and run entirely on blockchain technology – has announced its first […]

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FantasyAlarm.com Announces LeagueSync Line of Products Customizable Tools with Alerts for Seasonal Fantasy Football Leagues

FantasyAlarm.com Announces LeagueSync Line of Products Customizable Tools with Alerts for Seasonal Fantasy Football Leagues

Seasonal Fantasy Football Leagues FANDOMFARE GAMING  Fantasy Football Leagues FA Media LLC, a burgeoning sports media company and the owners of the fantasy sports company Fantasy Alarm, announced today the completion of technology that allows the synchronization of your fantasy leagues into a single “dashboard” called LeagueSync. LeagueSync provides the powerful personalization to be able […]

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Four-in-five fantasy sports players plan to participate in legalized sports wagering while continuing to play fantasy sports Fantasy sports players who bet on sports over-index in nearly every aspect of sports wagering MINNEAPOLIS – According to new research conducted by Ipsos for the Fantasy Sports Trade Association (FSTA), 79% of fantasy sports players who are not current sports wagerers say they will likely participate in sports betting once legalized in their state. The results of the groundbreaking study were unveiled June 20 at U.S. Bank Stadium during the FSTA Summer Conference. The study, aimed at determining the sports-wagering habits of fantasy sports players following the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent decision to overturn the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA), also revealed that 89% of fantasy players said they support legalized sports betting. Of all the sports bettors who responded to the study – whether or not they play fantasy sports – over half said they would bet on sports more often if gambling were legalized, with more than one third saying their wager sizes would increase. According to the research, the “crossover” player, who plays fantasy sports and wagers on sports, spends more on their fantasy sports contests and wagers than the average sports bettor. “When betting operators are looking for customers, their first stop will be fantasy sports companies,” said FSTA President Paul Charchian. “This research strongly suggests that the value of most fantasy sports companies will rise significantly, even when the companies themselves don’t take legal wagers.” Data from the Ipsos study also revealed: Fantasy sports will be safe from cannibalization, as 92% of current season-long fantasy sports players and 87% of current daily fantasy sports players said they would play their respective fantasy sports as often as they do now once legislation is passed in their state “Crossover” fantasy players who place sports wagers are willing to spend money on sports-related subscriptions, goods and services (e.g., 89% pay for extras like NFL Sunday Ticket, MLB.tv, and NHL Center Ice) “Crossover” players place wagers more often than exclusive bettors. Seventy percent of “crossover” players placed weekly wagers while only 59% of exclusive bettors placed weekly wagers The Ipsos study was conducted from May 7-11, 2018 with n=1,484 fantasy players or current sports bettors.

FANTASY SPORTS INDUSTRY RELEASES FIRST-EVER STUDY HIGHLIGHTING SIGNIFICANT CROSSOVER BETWEEN FANTASY SPORTS PLAYERS AND SPORTS WAGERERS

Four-in-five fantasy sports players plan to participate in legalized sports wagering while continuing to play fantasy sports  Fantasy sports players who bet on sports over-index in nearly every aspect of sports wagering FANDOMFARE GAMING  – According to new research conducted by Ipsos for the Fantasy Sports Trade Association (FSTA), 79% of fantasy sports players who are not current sports wagerers say they will […]

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