DraftDay the Latest Daily Fantasy Sports Casualty

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Published on:
Apr/19/2017

We are discontinuing our Daily Fantasy Sports brand “DraftDay.com” on the DraftDay Gaming Group Network, due to changes in our business strategy and focus.

The site will remain active for 60 days while players withdraw their funds at their leisure and by their preferred means (paypal or check) until June 18, 2017, when we will move to actively refund any outstanding balances. We have truly enjoyed operating the brand since 2011 and appreciate all of the support we’ve received from our players over the years. Needless to say our business decision to discontinue “DraftDay.com” was difficult and we apologize for any inconveniences to all our users and fans.

At the same time, we are very excited to focus our attention on our mission of producing best-of-breed daily fantasy sports software where we believe we have a natural edge, continuing to be a part of this exciting and growing industry. The DraftDay software, popular worldwide, will continue to be developed and enhanced, and our B2B (Business-to-Business) offering will receive our full attention.

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