Fantasy Sports Global Market Report 2023

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Reportlinker announces the release of the report “Fantasy Sports Global Market Report 2023”.

The global fantasy sports market grew from $25.44 billion in 2022 to $28.96 billion in 2023 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 13.9%. The Russia-Ukraine war disrupted the chances of global economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, at least in the short term. The war between these two countries has led to economic sanctions on multiple countries, a surge in commodity prices, and supply chain disruptions, causing inflation across goods and services and affecting many markets across the globe. The fantasy sports market is expected to grow to $40.88 billion in 2027 at a CAGR of 9.0%.

The fantasy sports market includes revenues earned by entities by operating E-sports facilities.The market value includes the value of related goods sold by the service provider or included within the service offering.

Only goods and services traded between entities or sold to end consumers are included.

Fantasy sports, often known as rotisserie sports or roto, are any of a variety of games that allow a player to play a virtual game or a virtual season of a league.These teams compete based on the statistical performance of those players in actual games.

In fantasy sports, a player earns points based on real-life statistics that are converted into fantasy points. The fans take on the roles of both general manager and field manager for their team, assembling a squad through a draft and deals and putting together lineups in desire of the highest statistical output.

North America was the largest region in the fantasy sports market in 2022.Asia-Pacific is expected to be the fastest region in the forecast period.

The regions covered in the fantasy sports market report are Asia-Pacific, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America, South America, Middle East, and Africa.

The main types of fantasy sports are football, baseball, basketball, hockey, cricket, and others.Fantasy football is an interactive game in which people battle as general managers of virtual clubs against one another.

Fantasy baseball is a game in which the participants serve as owners and general managers of virtual baseball teams of real Major League baseball players.Fantasy basketball is a game in which the players take the role of general managers of the fantasy teams they create from drafting actual National Basketball Association players based primarily on their basketball statistics.

Fantasy hockey is a game where players build a team that competes with other players who do the same, based on the statistics generated by professional hockey players or teams where the majority of fantasy hockey pools are based on the teams and players of the ice hockey National Hockey League.Fantasy Cricket is an online game based on a strategy where a player has to create a virtual team of real cricketers playing in real matches around the world and points are scored depending on how those players perform in real-life matches.

The different usage types include free, paid, and hybrid and is implemented in various platforms such as website, and mobile application. It is used in both individual and team competitions.

The increasing youth population is contributing to the growth of the fantasy sports market.The present youth spending more and more time on smartphones and, by extension, social media, and fantasy sports has provided them with the possibility to connect and have more enjoyable conversations and competitions with their peers.

According to the World Youth Report (2020), there were 1.2 billion young people aged 15 to 24 years, accounting for 16% of the global population. By 2030, the world’s young population is expected to increase by 7% to 1.3 billion. Thus, the increasing youth population propels the growth of the fantasy sports market.

Artificial intelligence is a key trend gaining popularity in the fantasy sports market as it can help a player to focus on the decisions that matter such as whom to start with and which players to trade.Artificial intelligence (AI) is the capacity of a computer or a robot operated by a computer to do activities that normally involve human intelligence and discernment.

Major players operating in the fantasy sports sector are focused on artificial intelligence technology to reduce the complexities in fantasy sports trading.For instance, in September 2020, IBM and ESPN introduced a new fantasy football app feature that uses IBM Watson’s artificial intelligence to generate fair transactions and keep players informed.

The feature develops on ESPN and IBM’s efforts to use artificial intelligence to make fantasy football more interesting (AI).

In January 2021, Bally’s Corporation, a US-based gambling company acquired Monkey Knife Fight (MKF) for an undisclosed amount.The acquisition makes Bally’s the third sports betting company in the USA to have a fantasy sports segment, and advances the company’s long-term growth and diversification strategy to become the first truly vertically integrated sports betting and iGaming company in the USA with a B2B2C business model.

Monkey Knife Fight (MKF) is a North America-based fantasy sports gaming website.

The countries covered in the fantasy sports market report are Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Japan, Russia, South Korea, UK, and USA.

The market value is defined as the revenues that enterprises gain from the sale of goods and/or services within the specified market and geography through sales, grants, or donations in terms of the currency (in USD, unless otherwise specified).

The revenues for a specified geography are consumption values that are revenues generated by organizations in the specified geography within the market, irrespective of where they are produced. It does not include revenues from resales along the supply chain, either further along the supply chain or as part of other products.

The fantasy sports market research report is one of a series of new reports that provides fantasy sports market statistics, including fantasy sports industry global market size, regional shares, competitors with a fantasy sports market share, detailed fantasy sports market segments, market trends and opportunities, and any further data you may need to thrive in the fantasy sports industry. This fantasy sports market research report delivers a complete perspective of everything you need, with an in-depth analysis of the current and future scenario of the industry.


Fantasy Gaming Company FSport AB drops new football pool-game in Sweden

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The gaming and media platform company FSport AB recently launched the game PoolX in Sweden. PoolX offers the players a global jackpot of ten million SEK every Saturday and a daily jackpot up to one million SEK. With the highest payback rate on the Swedish market 80%, PoolX is expecting to attract large numbers of players in the region.

Players max out on their betting and sports experience by playing the outcome of 8, 12 or 13 games with a guaranteed pot. Matches will be picked from Allsvenskan, Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and Champions League. PoolX is available on and offers daily game rounds.

Heavy gaming entrepreneurs and investors are backing PoolX. The company is led by Johan Moazed – with extensive experience from gaming companies such as Betting Promotion, Cherry and Yggdrasil Gaming – and with Jesper Kärrbrink, former CEO of Svenska Spel and gaming operator Mr Green on the board of advisors.

“PoolX invites you to come join the football party every Saturday! With significant jackpots exceeding ten million SEK. We are pleased to be able to offer players an exciting gaming experience and offer one of the highest prize pools to date for pool games in Sweden,” says Johan Moazed, CEO and founder of PoolX.

“FSport hits the Swedish gaming market with the most entertaining pool-game experience yet, creating a significant milestone in the Company’s growth strategy. We are delighted to welcome PoolX to and kick off immediately with a wide range of regular games,” says Staffan Lindgren, CEO of FSport AB.


Super Fantasy Soccer hits the top spot for Low6 and Sportsbet

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Low6, the award-winning global leader in sports gamification, has launched a game with Sportsbet, part of Flutter Entertainment plc and the market leader in online sports betting across Australia, for the World Cup.

Super Fantasy Soccer, which has launched as the partnership’s first game, is a spin-off of the hugely successful UltimateFan franchise. Within 36 hours of its release it has already topped the charts becoming No.1 Top Free Apps in Sports on the App Store in Australia.

The innovative whitelabel game issues and rewards players with  ‘packdrops’ which reveal athletes and team cards to create lineups for each World Cup contest. With points being earned from the real-life performances, players compete on a global leaderboard to win a $50,000 prizepool every gameweek as well as the ability to create and join Invitational Leagues to compete against their friends, family and colleagues. Sportsbet’s live odds are also integrated into the gameplay to further enhance the experience.

UltimateFan has already proved to be a huge hit for Low6 with over 200,000 Installs for the game to date. Launched initially for the Euro 2020 soccer tournament, within weeks of the English Premier League season starting it had become the Number One Top Grossing Sports App in the UK and the No.2 Most Downloaded UK Sports App. With franchised games for the NFL Cincinnati Bengals, Jacksonville Jaguars and LA Chargers, it scooped “Fantasy Product” and “Innovation of the Year” at the EGR Awards as well as Low6 being recognised as “B2B Fantasy & DFS Supplier” at the EGR B2B Awards 2022.

Jamie Mitchell, Low6 CEO comments “We’re very proud to be working with Sportsbet and excited to help them continue to grow their market-leading position in Australia with innovative gamification. Given the success of UltimateFan, we’re confident that our leading sports products will acquire new Sportsbet users on mass as well as increasing daily active users throughout the World Cup and beyond.”


Fantasy Sports Guru Matthew Berry launches Fantasy Life website with SSG

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Spotlight Sports Group (SSG), a world-leading content and technology company specializing in sports betting and fantasy sports, powers Fantasy Life, the new fantasy football site by Matthew Berry. The site was launched earlier this month using groundbreaking technology from Spotlight Sports Group.

Fantasy Life followers will enjoy the most in-depth, industry-leading sports betting and fantasy sports tools from Spotlight Sports Group. Thanks to the partnership, FantasyLife .com has been able to launch in a matter of weeks, using SSG’s expertise in site infrastructure and technology.

Berry’s Fantasylife .com is a full-featured and stats-supported custom website with everything you expect from the leader in fantasy football. The site includes in-depth content, videos, customizable tools and features that fantasy sports enthusiasts demand, all completely free. The website will support the Fantasy Life Newsletter, which has over 300,000 active subscribers.

Having been the face of fantasy sports since the early 2000s, Berry was part of the largest pure-play fantasy sports destination site, Rotoworld .com, purchased by NBC Sports Group in 2006.

“When anyone looks to do something right in fantasy sports, they find Rick Wolf,” said Matthew Berry. “Spotlight Sports Group’s product division in the US has delivered top-notch solutions for many in fantasy sports and sports betting, and we wanted to partner with the best.”

“Since our time with Rotoworld, we have wanted to work together again’’ said Rick Wolf, a long-time Fantasy Sports leader and Spotlight Sports Group’s SVP of Partnerships. “With Eliot Crist as CEO it makes this an even easier partnership as no-one outside of Spotlight Sports Group better understands how to maximize our systems, especially the ToolsMaker, to deliver content, personalization and interactivity to their audience.”

In addition to creating and activating sports betting and fantasy sports content platforms, Spotlight Sports Group’s partner offerings include unique free-to-play games, audience conversion tools, affiliate services, betting intelligence, projection and picks. Spotlight Sports Group offers customers the fastest route to market for fantasy sports and sports betting sites in the US. SSG can still deliver customers a fully integrated fantasy football and sports betting product for the 2022 NFL season’s kickoff on September 8.


Low6 Announces Groundbreaking NFT Innovation in its UltimateFan Fantasy Sports Game

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Sports gamification innovators develop technology to incorporate non-fungible tokens (NFTs) into their white-label iGaming products

Sports gamification leader Low6 Limited Inc (Low6), today announced the introduction of NFTs to their class-leading fantasy gaming product, UltimateFan.

The highly innovative inclusion of NFTs into mobile gameplay—whereby NFTs can be simultaneously held within the ecosystem of a game and a user’s crypto wallet—offers a new frontier of possibilities for sports teams, betting operators and affiliates looking to expand into  the blockchain space.

Low6’s suite of white-label iGaming products have been developed for some of the biggest names in sports, gaming and mobile technology, including the PGA Tour, UFC, Uber Eats and Points Bet. Their highly innovative platform, based on a unique community-first approach to sports gamification, now offers products for English soccer, American football, and specialized co-promotional products for the Cincinnati Bengals and the Jacksonville Jaguars.

With its brand-new UF Coach feature, Low6 has now introduced NFTs to UltimateFan gameplay. UF Coach bridges the divide between fantasy sports and NFTs, via a groundbreaking consolidation of in-game and out-of-game structures. This unique dual utilisation of NFTs will bring value within the crypto market, while simultaneously adding a new dimension to gameplay.

“The introduction of NFTs to UltimateFan is a natural progression, an incredible value proposition to our users, and a big step forward for fan-first experiential gamification” says Jamie Mitchell, Low6 CEO and Co-Founder.

“The evolution of the UltimateFan product, and its unbridled success in UK and North American markets, are emblematic of the innovation and forward-thinking approach upon which Low6 prides itself.

“Our strategy of introducing NFTs to fantasy gameplay keeps us at the forefront of sports gamification, adding an exciting new realm of potential for our partners and affiliates.”

For its trailblazing approach and next-generation gamification breakthroughs, Low 6 won the ”Virtual and Fantasy Operator” and “Rising Star” Awards at the 2021 EGR Operator Awards, and best “Freeplay Gaming Supplier” at the EGR North America Awards 2022. CEO Jamie Mitchell is a finalist for the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year™ 2022.


ASX’s Next Generation Fantasy Rugby platform reveals its Team of the Tournament for the Six Nations

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Leading virtual sports exchange unpacks the real winners and losers at the Six Nations; revealing exceptional Antoine Dupont was not even the best scrumhalf in the tournament

You don’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows, but ASX Sports’ Fantasy Rugby results certainly sharpen any analysis and shine a light on the real stars of the Six Nations, pricking a few “bubble” reputations along the way.

Antoine Dupont has again earned himself plaudits left, right and centre for his exceptional performances throughout France’s Grand Slam Six Nations campaign, captaining Les Blues to their first title since 2010 – and it’s certainly hard to argue with any of the praise heaped on the 25-year-old wonder.

Since the competition’s final round, Dupont has been named one of three players – alongside Gregory Alldritt and Josh van der Flier – contending for the official title of the Six Nations Player of the Championship and while it would take a brave man to bet against Le Ministre de L’Interieur taking home the gong for a second time following his triumph in 2020, it’s worth noting that at least from a statistical point of view, Dupont wasn’t the best performing scrumhalf in the competition, let alone the best player.

With the Six Nations coming to an end over the weekend, so too has the inaugural competition of ASX Sports’ Fantasy Rugby. From Round 1, powered by data from Rugby Analytics. Users have been able to invest in the players they think will produce the most dividends (or points) in any given match and, while there were always going to be a few obvious standouts throughout the five rounds of action, some of the top performers may come as a surprise to even the most astute of investors.

Six Nations ASX Sports Fantasy Rugby Team of the Tournament:

  1. Cyril Baille (France) – $68
    2. Dan Sheehan (Ireland) – $63
    3. Kyle Sinkler (England) – $45
    4. Tadgh Beirne (Ireland) – $44
    5. Maro Itoje (England) – $46
    6. Anthony Jelonch (France) – $93
    7. Michele Lamaro (Italy) – $73
    8. Toa Halafihi (Italy) – $72
    9. Jamison Gibson-Park (Ireland) – $112
    10. Marcus Smith (England) – $143
    11. Gabin Villiere (France) – $110
    12. Jonathan Danty (France) – $54
    13. Gael Fickou (France) – $82
    14. Damian Penaud (France) – $94
    15. Stuart Hogg (Scotland) – $63

Five of the six competing nations are represented in the ASX Sport Fantasy Rugby Six Nations Team of the Tournament with the title-winners boasting five inclusions in the chosen XV – which is based entirely on dividends earned throughout the competition.

In the front row, France’s Cyril Baille and England’s Kyle Sinkler have earned the coveted propping spots alongside Irish hooker Dan Sheehan while Italy’s loosehead Danilo Fischetti narrowly misses out.

Tadhg Beirne and Maro Itoje have claimed top honours in the second row but it’s an all-continental affair in the loosies with Anthony Jelonch the top-performing No 6 and the Italian duo of Michele Lamaro and Toa Halafihi rounding out the forwards.

Despite Dupont’s heroics throughout the tournament, he has narrowly missed out to Ireland’s Jamison Gibson-Park as the top scrumhalf of the competition. Gibson-Park’s $112 worth of dividends earned over his five matches in the No 9 jersey placed him as the second-best performing player overall while Dupont ($98) and Scotland’s Ali Price ($85) both found themselves in the top 10 players overall.

The top performer throughout the competition has also unsurprisingly landed himself a spot in the Team of the Tournament in the No 10 jersey: England’s Marcus Smith. Smith raked in a mammoth $143 worth of dividends putting him well clear of the second-place Gibson-Park. With England scoring just eight tries in their five games, the boot of Smith was a crucial points-earner for Eddie Jones’ men – and that’s reflected in his massive takings for the competition.

Surprisingly, the second-top flyhalf, Johnny Sexton, managed a relatively meagre $64, making him the 20th-best points-earner overall.

There were plenty of strong performers in the midfield this year but it’s the French pairing of Jonathan Danty and Gael Fickou who excelled. While inside centres struggled to record points (Danty’s $54 fell well short of the top 20 performers), there was huge competition at No 13 with Fickou narrowly pipping Owen Watkin and Garry Ringrose, while Josh Adams’ appearance at outside centre against Ireland also made him eligible for the Team of the Tournament in that position.

Unsurprisingly, the outside backs were the best-performing group thanks to their penchant for accumulating line breaks, beaten defenders and tries. Gabin Villiere’s always impressive showings earned him the left wing spot as well as the third-best player overall while it’s his French teammate Damian Penaud who has claimed the right wing, and fifth place overall. At fullback, Scotland captain Stuart Hogg has taken out the honours.

Despite Wales’ not managing any spots in the XV, they can at least take solace in the fact that Watkin and Adams managed appearances in the top 20 players but it shouldn’t come as a shock that it’s the champion French who boast the most players in that group, thanks to their six men in the Team of the Tournament coupled with Gregory Alldritt narrowly missing out to Halafihi at number 8.

While the Six Nations may be over for another year, there are plenty of competitions to keep savvy investors interested in the weeks and months ahead. The ASX Sports Super Rugby Pacific fantasy competition is well and truly up and running for those with an interest in the Southern Hemisphere while there will be more opportunities to look forward to as the year progresses.



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Sports gamification leader Low6 Ltd today announced that its fantasy app platform UltimateFan has broken through the 150,000 install mark, less than one year since launch. The Low6 UltimateFan app operates across a number of fantasy sports platforms featuring some of the highest profile sports and teams worldwide, including versions of the UltimateFan game for American football fans in the USA and soccer fans in the UK, as well as Ultimate Bengals (NFL Cincinnati Bengals) and Ultimate Jags (NFL Jacksonville Jaguars).

The Low6 UltimateFan app has revolutionised the standard fantasy game, offering users pack openings, fantasy points scoring and the opportunity to acquire non-fungible tokens (NFTs). The first UltimateFan product launched in line with the start of the 2021 European Soccer Championships. That app went on to become the number one top grossing sports app in the UK, and the number two most downloaded UK sports app within weeks of the start of the 2021 / 2022 professional soccer season commencing in England.

UltimateFan was then rolled out into the North American market for the start of the 2021 football season with co-promotional products being developed and launched for NFL franchises the Cincinnati Bengals and the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Jamie Mitchell, Low6 CEO and founder, has cited UltimateFan’s community-first approach as the key success factor in the app’s exponential growth, and outlined how the app gained traction among consumers so quickly. “We’re disrupting the traditional onboarding customer journey and increasing retention and conversion rates by our forward-thinking approach to brand and marketing. By mobilizing a roster of YouTube influencers we have successfully tapped into and engaged with an avid Gen-Z and millennial audience. This strategy has created over five million views of our products that allows our ever-growing community to gain insight into the gameplay experience, learn about the best tips on how to win, and provide real-time reactions to the ins-and outs of pack drops. Our typical users are at home watching their favourite YouTube channels alongside their friends and the wider digital community, all while making their lineup selections alongside YouTubers. It’s this approach of accessible, on-demand digital content that sets Low6 apart from every other fantasy sports operator.”


Chennaiyin FC onboard BatBall11 as Associate Sponsor

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Two-time Indian Super League (ISL) champions Chennaiyin FC are delighted to welcome on board fantasy sports platform BatBall11 as an Associate Sponsor for the upcoming season of the Hero Indian Super League.

This is BatBall11’s first partnership with a major sports franchise. BatBall11 will look to reach out to Chennaiyin FC’s passionate fan base and communicate with them through various assets that the club will offer to the brand, through the season. BatBall11 allows users to engage with sports like football, cricket and kabaddi.

Welcoming BatBall11 on board, Chennaiyin FC co-owner Vita Dani said: “I’m pleased to welcome BatBall11 on board the Chennaiyin FC family. We are pleased to be working together with the team at BatBall11 to create interesting engagement avenues for fans of Chennaiyin FC.”

“We are extremely excited to join hands with Chennaiyin FC for the upcoming ISL season. We at Batball11 are committed to providing our users with an astounding experience, and believe that this association will help us connect with Chennaiyin FC’s passionate and loyal fan base. We look forward to a successful collaboration and wish the team the very best for the season ahead,” said Darshan P Parmar, Director of BatBall11 on the association with CFC.

The BatBall11 logo will find its place on the top half of the right sleeve of Chennaiyin FC’s match and training kits in the eighth edition of the ISL that kicks off in Goa this November.


Aerospike Cloud Managed Service helps Dream11 scale to serve millions of concurrent online users

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New real-time data platform scales to meet 30% growth in demand for IPL

Aerospike Inc. today announced its partnership with Dream11, the world’s largest fantasy sports platform, to scale and meet requirements to handle millions of online users during the 2021 Indian Premier League (IPL) season. Powered by the Aerospike Real-time Data Platform, and deployed as a fully cloud managed service on AWS, Dream11 has improved performance, scale, availability and elasticity – while reducing the total cost of its online fantasy sports service.

Aerospike’s Real-time Data Platform powers real-time, hyperscale and data-hungry applications with predictable performance. By eliminating many of the tradeoffs of traditional database approaches, Aerospike makes it possible for companies to quickly ingest and process vast amounts of data from multiple sources at massive scale—with up to 80% less infrastructure typically required.

Aveekshith Bushan, Regional Director and General Manager – APAC, Aerospike, said, “With more people online than ever, the pandemic accelerated the need for truly scalable real-time data platforms that deliver the best customer experience possible. We are excited to partner with Dream11 for the  2021 edition of the IPL and beyond, where our Cloud Managed Services Platform powers many large-scale, mission-critical Dream11 applications. ”

The IPL has been one of the world’s biggest annual sporting events since 2007 and during the League, online fantasy sports platforms often witness high volumes of fan engagement.  With half of the matches of the IPL 2021 postponed due to the pandemic, the appetite to play fantasy sports is expected to increase for the second half of the season. Aerospike helps power some of the most crucial features of the Dream11 platform at a gigantic scale, with high trust for millions of concurrent users. From displaying the home page with a plethora of matches to presenting personalised contests to be joined, Aerospike does it seamlessly with extremely high performance and availability. Very importantly, it also enables users to create and edit their own fantasy teams on the Dream11 Team Service at scale.

Abhishek Ravi, Chief Information Officer, Dream11 and Dream Sports said, “Thanks to Aerospike’s expertise and our data-driven team, Dream11 along with other group companies of Dream Sports like FanCode and DreamPay, has become synonymous with sports fan engagement in India. As the sports industry faced disruption due to COVID, in the first phase of the IPL 2021, Dream11 had witnessed a significant rise in user engagement before the tournament’s suspension due to the pandemic. Now with the IPL resuming soon and with Aerospike’s continued support in Cloud Managed Service, we hope to reach many more milestones and surpass the 5.5 million concurrencies, 80 million requests per minute, and 20,000 team update benchmarks that we had achieved in the IPL’s 2020 edition.”

Furthermore, Aerospike and Dream11 are participating in “The World Developers Online Summit, 2021, India,” a program developed by people in the industry with a target of 100+ delegates. Aveekshith Bushan, Regional Director and General Manager – APAC, Aerospike and Hammond Pereira, Director of Engineering, Dream11 are the keynote speakers in this event and they speak about how Dream11, with Aerospike, has built a Fantasy Sports Team Service to handle futuristic IPL scale.

Event dates: 16th – 17th September


Fantasy Sports Tech Offers Ideal Fantasy Sports Software With Crypto Integration

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Fantasy sports tech is a genuine and professional fantasy sports software development company in the global marketplace. Being a leading player in the industry, we are experts in offering all types of fantasy sports solutions with top-notch outcomes at affordable rates. Our fantasy sports software is crafted with updated features and comes with an attractive user-friendly interface. Said the chief official of Fantasy Sports Tech.

Fantasy sports tech has now come upon with a new announcement. We are currently offering premium crypto fantasy sports betting software to all young startups, sports enthusiasts, and entrepreneurs across the globe.

In recent times, the crypto sports betting industry is becoming extremely competitive with hundreds of fantasy sports platforms with crypto integration in 2021. There are some popular platforms with crypto integration such as a stake, Sportsbet, cloudbet, Betflip, etc. There is always hype for cryptos, so bitcoin sports betting sites are now offering more crypto bonuses to attract more bettors. Crypto sports betting platforms have become more attractive to users for some major reasons. Like fast deposits, instant withdrawals, low fees, and leagues can be played using Bitcoin and altcoins.

As the usage of crypto and fantasy sports apps is increasing, many individuals can engage and earn money through it. Thus crypto sports betting software has reached huge attention towards many budding startups and speculators.

A crypto fantasy sports betting software is ready-made software that helps you to launch a remarkable fantasy sports platform with crypto support. Our crypto fantasy sports software supports all major crypto coins for betting and playing leagues. Such as bitcoin, ethereum, litecoin, dogecoin, etc. So your users can participate in contests and win cash prizes by paying cryptocurrencies. This will lead you to be a successful entrepreneur in the crypto sports betting industry.

Outstanding Features of Our Crypto Sports Betting Software

1. Realtime notifications
2. Cryptocurrency integration
3. Multiple bet types
4. Admin management system
5. User management
6. Manage players
7. Manage league and contests
8. E-wallet integration

Benefits of using our Crypto Fantasy sports Betting Software
1. Quick payment processing
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3. User anonymity
4. No intervention of third-party
5. Greater accessibility
6. You can set entry fees for each league on your desired crypto coin

You can get all these extraordinary features and advantages when you use our premium cryptocurrency fantasy sports betting software. Therefore, it helps to launch a successful fantasy sports platform with crypto support and also helps to gain a more user base. Said the higher official of fantasy sports tech.