FSTA, the only non-profit association for the fantasy sports industry, announces the winners of their annual Industry Awards competition.
The Fantasy Sports Trade Association (FSTA) announced the winners of its Annual Industry Awards Competition during the 2016 FSTA Winter Conference on January 20. More than 200 entrants from 62 different companies entered themselves in 20 industry categories during this year’s competition.
“This award show is so much more than just honoring the hard work and creative achievements of those in the industry,” says Rick Wolf, FSTA Membership & Awards Chairman and President of Fantasy Alarm. “It’s a show that provides us, as fantasy sports professionals, new benchmarks and innovations to reach as we continue to improve the games, tools and services that our consumers have grown to love.”
The winners of the 2015 FSTA Industry Awards are as follows:
“It is an honor to award innovative companies in the fantasy sports industry each year,” said Paul Charchian, FSTA President and President of LeagueSafe. “It was great to see such innovative products and services that that push the lines of creativity. We at FSTA would like to congratulate this year’s winners and finalists on their outstanding achievements, and look forward to their continued success and advancement of the industry.”
Founded in 1998, the Fantasy Sports Trade Association (FSTA) is the international organization dedicated to the advancement of fantasy sports and in support of the hundreds of businesses and millions of fans that are engaged in fantasy sports. It has been at the forefront of legal issues that have existed between fantasy sports companies and professional leagues and players associations as well as dealing with numerous government related issues since its inception. The rotating 18-member Board of Directors is comprised of industry veterans, pioneers, and experts. With more than 300 member companies involved in the FSTA, current members include some of the world’s largest sports content/information and service companies as well as smaller companies that benefit from the extensive reach of the FSTA.
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