Fantasy Sports Companies Move beyond Daily Tournaments to Season-Long

Mar 04, 2015

Online fantasy sports companies are moving to expand from daily tournaments to season-long tournaments. Star Fantasy Leagues is one of these companies. The industry has come a long way in developing an exciting experience for customers while also implicating certain safety measures and strategies.

For example, Seth Young, the chief operating officer of Star Fantasy Leagues, revealed in an interview that the company hopes to set itself apart by dealing with the inevitable regulation he knows will come as the government learns just how much revenue is being generated by this industry.

In addition, in an effort to provide an easy and exciting customer experience, the company has proved a slick user interface. It is easy to use and has scoreboard features that keep fans coming back for more. The company has also begun to branch out from their website to offer a mobile version.

There is a fine line in sports betting when it comes to what is legal and what is not. Star Fantasy Leagues offers skill-based games, not ‘pickem’ style games. The majority of states allow skill-based fantasy sports while seven states currently do not. So far, Star Fantasy Leagues has paid its customers $500,000 in prizes.

With new technology allowing companies to offer their customers even greater gaming experiences and the profits on the rise, more people will be jumping to get involved. The growth in competition seems to be inevitable.

According to Dean Takahashi of VentureBeat, “Young said he expects a lot of competition still to come, given that 40 million people play some kind of fantasy sports in North America”.

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