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CNBC: Growth of Daily Fantasy Sports Exploding

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Jul/28/2015
CNBC: Growth of Daily Fantasy Sports Exploding, DFSE Mentioned

(Gambling911.com Fantasy Sports Wire) - Just how much is being spent now compared to past years?

According to the Fantasy Sports Trade Association, the spent person spent $95 annually on Fantasy Sports.  In 2015 that number more than quadrupled to $465.

Adam Krejcik of Eiler’s Research will be speaking at the Daily Fantasy Sports Expo next week.  Appearing on CNBC, he noted that neither of the top two Daily Fantasy Sports companies – Draftkings or FanDuel – have yet to turn a profit.

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- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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