3 Days to NYC: Vinfotech on the Value of Service Provider Companies at the Summer Conference

June 19, 2015

User-Interface engineering design company, Vinfotech is a great example of the diverse talent that makes up the membership of the Fantasy Sports Trade Association. They are at the forefront of delivering mobile solutions for fantasy sports businesses, Vinfotech CEO, Akshay Jain talks about how service companies can play an active role in the growth of the


4 Days to NYC: The Legal Issues in Fantasy Sports

June 18, 2015

So far, 2015 has been an important year for fantasy sports from a legal and legislative aspect, and the 2015 Fantasy Sports Trade association Summer Conference will provide attendees with an update of these issues.


6 Days to NYC: Optimal Payments’ Neil Erlick on the Importance of Staying Connected via Conference

June 17, 2015

As the Platinum Sponsor for the 2015 FSTA Summer Conference in New York City, Optimal Payments takes on a highly visible role in the event. Neil Erlick, executive vice president of business development for Optimal Payments discusses why it is important to stay connected at the 2015 Summer Conference:


5 Days to NYC: Elevator Pitches, and the First FSTA ‘Shark Tank’


The most exciting two minutes in sports is the Kentucky Derby. The most exciting three minutes in fantasy sports is the Elevator Pitch, where fantasy sports entrepreneurs get to showcase their ideas in front of the attendees at the 2015 FSTA Summer Conference in New York City.


7 Days to NYC: The NBA’s View of Fantasy Sports

June 16, 2015

All professional sports have embraced fantasy sports as a new way to reach and retain fans. The 2014 Fantasy Sports Trade Association Summer Conference in San Francisco discussed how new stadiums for the 49ers and Vikings would be equipped with connectivity and data for fantasy football fans to keep track of their teams on fame day at the stadium.


8 Days to NYC: Stacie Stern on Bringing the NBA to Talk at the Summer Conference

June 14, 2015

Stacie Stern wears a number of hats within the Fantasy Sports Trade Association. As general manager of Head2Head Sports, she manages a growing fantasy sports business. As a member of the FSTA Board of Directors, she helps league the association’s direction in a time of tremendous growth in the industry. And as the chair of the 2015 Summer Conference Committee, she’s had a major role in shaping the conference on June 22-23 in New York City. In the second of a two part interview, Stern discusses what’s new at this year’s FSTA Summer Conference, and on the appearance of NBA Deputy Commissioner Mark Tatum at the conference.


10 Days to NYC: Summer Conference Chair Stacie Stern on Bringing the Event to the Big Apple

June 12, 2015

Stacie Stern wears a number of hats within the Fantasy Sports Trade Association. As general manager of Head2Head Sports, she manages a growing fantasy sports business. As a member of the FSTA Board of Directors, she helps league the association’s direction in a time of tremendous growth in the industry. And as the chair of the 2015 Summer Conference Committee, she’s had a major role in shaping the conference on June 22-23 in New York City. In the first of a two-part interview, Stern discusses all of those roles and previews the FSTA Summer Conference:


11 Days to NYC: FSTA FAST FACT: Research, and the Growth of Fantasy Sports

June 11, 2015

The Fantasy Sports Trade association will release the findings of its 2015 study on June 23 at the FSTA Summer Conference in New York. Past research by the FSTA demonstrates while fantasy football and fantasy baseball remain the top two sports, both have reached a stable level of growth.


12 Days to NYC: The Legal Issues in Fantasy Sports

June 10, 2015

So far, 2015 has been an important year for fantasy sports from a legal and legislative aspect, and the 2015 Fantasy Sports Trade association Summer Conference will provide attendees with an update of these issues.


13 Days to NYC: Attracting Investors to Your Fantasy Sports Idea

June 9, 2015

3 Days to NYC: Attracting investors to your fantasy sports idea The growth in the Fantasy Sports Trade Association over the past few years shows that there are still great new ideas coming to the fantasy sports world. Those ideas take time to grow, but they also take money.