Fanwars CEO to speak at the Daily Fantasy Sports Expo in Miami Beach

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Jul/23/2015
Fanwars CEO to speak at the Daily Fantasy Sports Expo in Miami Beach

New York, NY--Ticonderoga Ventures, Inc. announces that Fanwars.com CEO  will speak at the Daily Fantasy Sports Expo ( www.fantasysportsexpo.com ) on August 6-7, 2015 at the Miami Beach Convention Center. 

Kevin De Vincenzi, CEO of Fanwars, will participate in several controversial panels during the 2 day event. 

The fantasy sports industry has grown from an estimated UD $1.6 Billion in 2006 to USD $15 Billion in 2014.  Experts consider this the tip of the iceberg with the advent of

daily fantasy sports (known as “DFS”). With new players attracted to the market over the last 2 years, some fantasy sports leagues are experiencing double digit growth monthly. 

The conference is for CEOs and Fantasy Sports operators and discuss the business of DFS.

ABOUT FANWARS

Founded in the entertainment capital of the world, Las Vegas, Fanwars.com is a daily fantasy sports platform created with the player in mind: More action, more data, and higher engagement. The team and culture is built by top sports enthusiasts and expert Internet marketers collectively responsible for accelerating traffic and user engagement.  The FanWars team has over a decade of experience in successful user acquisition strategies for many of its past clients. FanWars also owns intellectual property in the sports entertainment, online gaming, and Internet marketing areas.

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