Forbes is Speaking at the First Ever Daily Fantasy Sports Expo

Written by:
Aaron Goldstein
Published on:
Jun/18/2015
Forbes is Speaking at the First Ever Daily Fantasy Sports Expo

(G911 Fantasy Sports Wire) - Joining the likes of CBS Sports, AlphaDraft, Vulcun, Shamrock Investments, FanWars and more, Gambling911.com can reveal that Forbes will be speaking at the first ever Daily Fantasy Sports Expo in Miami Beach this coming August 6-7.

“This is going to be a massive event,” remarked a jubilant Marc Lesnick, organizer of DFSE.  “Anyone serious about being a part of this explosive industry will need to be at the Daily Fantasy Sports Expo.”

Forbes was among the first major media outlet to begin focusing on the Daily Fantasy Sports sector.  Both Forbes and Gambling911.com are the go-to sites for those looking to enter the space as well as current operators, casino executives and venture capitalists.  Gambling911.com sister site DFS911.com will be a sponsor at DFSE.  Founder Chris Costigan will be hosting a series of panels.

Lesnick anticipates at least 75 speakers at this event.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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