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- Nomination Categories -

Recognizing The Industry's Best

Media Content: Best Media Product (TV Show, Radio, Podcast, etc.)

This category is for media produced by your company. This usually means TV shows, radio shows, and podcasts. If your product is not produced and distributed entirely in house, indicate which elements are provided by your company, and which are provided by a third party. For example, if your radio show is on Sirius/XM, explain the elements of the production that your company provides, and which elements Sirius/XM provides.


Media Content: Best Print Product

This includes magazines, recurring newspaper stories, books, and downloadable print content (for example: a PDF draft kit).


Mobile Implementation: Best Commissioner Product

This is the mobile iteration of a fantasy league administration product. Voters should consider the completeness of the feature set, reliability, and how well the product is optimized for mobile devices. Voters should not take into account how this product performs on the web.


Mobile Implementation: Best Content App

This is the mobile iteration of a fantasy sports content provider. Voters should consider the completeness and quality of the content and how well the product is optimized for mobile devices. Voters should not take into account how this product performs on the web.


Mobile Implementation: Best Daily Fantasy Product

This is the mobile iteration of a daily fantasy contest. Voters should consider the completeness of the feature set, reliability, and how well the product is optimized for mobile devices. Voters should not take into account how this product performs on the web.


Mobile Implementation: Best Fantasy Sports Service/Tool

This is the mobile iteration of other kinds of fantasy sports services (specifically not commissioner products, content, and daily contests, which are covered in their own categories). Voters should consider the completeness of the feature set, reliability, and how well the product is optimized for mobile devices. Voters should not take into account how this product performs on the web.


Web Implementation: Best Commissioner Product

This is the web iteration of a fantasy league administration product. Voters should consider the completeness of the feature set, reliability, and how well the product optimizes a web experience. Voters should not take into account how this product performs on mobile devices.


Web Implementation: Best Daily Fantasy Product

This is the web iteration of a daily fantasy contest. Voters should consider the completeness of the feature set, reliability, and how well the product optimizes a web experience. Voters should not take into account how this product performs on mobile devices.


Web Implementation: Best Fantasy Sports Service/Tool

This category covers other kinds of fantasy sports services (specifically not commissioner products, content, and daily contests, which are covered in their own categories). Voters should consider the completeness of the feature set, reliability, and how well the product is optimized for the web. Voters should not take into account how this product performs on mobile devices.


Web Implementation: Best Content: Multiple-Sports Sites

This category is for companies with content offerings that span multiple sports. For example, ESPN offers fantasy content for a wide variety of sports and belongs in this category. FootballGuys does not belong in this category. (The use of ESPN and FootballGuys is only for clarification and is not intended to be an endorsement of either site.)


Web Implementation: Best Non-Daily Contest Product

This category includes all contest products that aren’t daily. Usually these are season-long contests, but don’t necessarily have to be. It can include offline and online products.


Web Implementation: Rookie of the Year Product

Joined the FSTA for the first time in 2015. This category is limited to companies who have joined the FSTA for the first time in 2015. Discuss your company’s product offerings and accomplishments.


Web Implementation: Best Content: Single Sports Specialization Sites

This category is for companies with content offerings only for one sport. For example, FootballGuys specializes in football content and belongs in this category. ESPN offers fantasy content for a wide variety of sports and does not belong in this category. (The use of ESPN and FootballGuys is only for clarification and is not intended to be an endorsement of either site.)