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FSTA STRUCTURE OVERVIEW

Fantasy Sports Trade Association (FSTA), the fantasy sports industry’s most vibrant global community, helps its members thrive by providing human connections to knowledge and ideas, relationships, and marketplaces. FSTA membership is comprised of over 300 member companies.

Structure


The governing body of FSTA is the Board of Directors. The FSTA Board is responsible for reviewing and approving the organization’s strategic plans. It oversees financial integrity and monitors performance against achievement of strategy and long-term vision. Members of the board include the President, Chairman, Secretary, Treasurer and up to 14 directors.

Each year, FSTA members in good standing are eligible to submit an application to serve on the FSTA Board of Directors. Read more to learn about all volunteer opportunities at MPI.

FSTA’s Vision


To be the first choice for fantasy sports professionals and a prominent voice for the global community.

FSTA’s Mission


To provide FSTA members with innovative and relevant education, networking opportunities and business exchanges, and to act as a prominent voice for the promotion and growth of the industry.

FSTA Core Values


Our values support the culture and environment that FSTA aspires to be, to enable our commitment to sustainable success.

Focused on People
Our teammates are the heart of our organization and our partnerships and relationships with member volunteers are the keys to our success; we therefore view people as our most valuable asset. We are responsible for ourselves and to each other to enrich our communities and sustain our environments and we will strive to develop strong individuals and united teams.

Carried out with Enthusiasm and Passion
We have unrelenting passion for our members, our industry, and our teammates’ success, carried out with personal accountability for our choices and performance.

Dedicated to Collaboration
For the betterment of our members, we commit to share what we do and collaborate without bias or boundaries. Committed to principled profitability, we re-invest in our mission to serve the needs of our members and our industry. We practice sound business with diligence to remain economically viable.

Committed to Principled Profitability
We re-invest in our mission to serve the needs of our members and our industry. We practice sound business with diligence to remain economically viable.