The Fantasy Sports Trade Association (FSTA) was founded in the late 1990s to provide a forum for interaction between hundreds of existing and emerging companies in a unique and growing fantasy sports industry. We serve the small, the large, the entrepreneurs, and the corporations. We serve the pioneers that invested in and grew the industry in the 1980's and 1990's. And we serve the visionaries, innovators, investors, advertisers, and sponsors that would like to network and learn more about the exciting fantasy sports industry.
In 2013 we are proud to represent more than 140 member companies in a mature industry with a market size our research estimates over 35 million adult Americans. The FSTA continues to be committed to research, communication, and recognition.
The FSTA awards program offers members an avenue to get exposure for their latest product or service. FSTA board members, nonpartisan 3rd parties with relevant category knowledge, and member companies review products and services and vote for excellence and innovation.
The June 2013 FSTA Business Conference attracted more than 300 decision-makers internationally. FSTA members gain valuable insight into the growing industry of fantasy sports and have the opportunity to connect with business leaders from all over the world.
The annual market research program began in 2003. Ten years of studies are available and the latest study was presented at the FSTA Business Conference.
The Fantasy Sports Trade Association announces requests for submissions from all interested in participating in the 2013 Fantasy Baseball Projection Accuracy Challenge.
Fantasy sports participation has grown over 60 percent the past four years as over 35 million people now actively playing in the U.S. and Canada, new research conducted by Ipsos for the Fantasy Sports Trade Association (FSTA) shows. This finding shows the highest participation numbers in the history of[...]
We overlooked in mid-February the announcement of Greg Ambrosius’ deals taking control of the National Fantasy Championships from Liberty and partnering up with STATS. It seemed mostly formality for a deal that Ambrosius had already announced at the end of January. Thanks to a post by Scott Atkins on the Fantasy Players Association website and a [...]
As an FSTA member, you will be given the first opportunity to sponsor FSTA events and programs. With its large and diverse membership, FSTA rarely has sponsorship opportunities that are not first snatched up by corporate members. These are opportunities for high-profile event and program sponsorships. Read More...
Member companies will be authorized to use the FSTA Logo/link on their sites.
FSTA provides ways to give your organization visibility at all levels. Not only do we have sponsorship and event opportunities, but also newsletters for which we solicit articles from corporate members, committees and councils. FSTA provides a way for you to establish your company as a Fantasy Sports industry leader.
Last, but not least, you get support. If you have an idea as to a new program or project you'd like to undertake, or you would like to get something specific out of your membership, talk with the FSTA. We will provide assistance or ideas that help make your goals a reality.