It’s no secret that the Fantasy Sports Industry has come under a great deal over scrutiny over the years, which has increased with the still growing popularity of Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS). There’s no reason to place a great deal of scrutiny on the industry as a whole, instead it’s more necessary to help critics understand why

of this would likely sway even the harshest critics off their stance and possibly into participation.  There are several tools including designed to make the game easier to play and exponentially more enjoyable.  The industry has developed into quite a monster, so it’s important to understand why there’s a necessity for such tools in this space.

The Industry growth has leveled off year over year but has still more than tripled to over $57M since 2006.  With the average player spending over $550 per year on fantasy sports I’m no mathematician but that’s over $31B people are spending in just the U.S. and Canada.  More women are playing fantasy spots than ever, in fact over 1/3 of that $57M are women, and no this community isn’t bored with too much time on their hands, over 66% of the demographic is college educated.   With the average player being 38.5 years of age, it’s good to know I have a few prime years left, but at the end of the day regardless of you feel, this industry is strong, and not going anywhere.  In fact the Industry as a whole caters way too much human nature to outright ignore.  The chances are, especially if you’re a sports fan that you are in close relations with someone who not just play, but commits to fantasy sports as a full-blown hobby.   There are almost too many human elements to list, but social usually tops the list for most players.  There is a strong power and control element that should be factored in and healthy competition is generally welcomed.  For many it makes watching their favorite sport more interesting, and why wouldn’t it.

There are several relevant numbers in the breakdown above, but what’s most telling is that fantasy sports are so deeply entrenched in the fabric of the casual sports fans that the predominantly middle class are willing to spend between $500-$600 per year.  This means one thing – not only do players want to play, but an above average amount of participants want to win or at least finish in the money.  That’s why what is so amazing.  The site allows fantasy players using various platforms including but not limited to ESPN, Yahoo and NFL to upload their fantasy rosters while in turn providing analysis on overall performance based on past player production and projected output.  This better informs players to make intelligent decisions about their rosters without bouncing around on various sites.  One application combined with fast and quality data will ultimately result in a better user experience, and embraces this model and demonstrates a clear sensitivity to the users time and resources with their offering.  The site offers multiple plans including a free option covering a spectrum of fantasy sports involvement.  There isn’t a more user-friendly and efficient research site on the market right now and allows the user to sync multiple teams easily while also supporting their site with an iOS and Android driven APP coming soon.

The Fantasy Sports Industry will continue to support research sites like, because they will make the both the industry more profitable and user experience more enjoyable.  Upload your line-up for free and check it out.