ThriveFantasy Signed Partnership Deal with Super League Gaming

Player props daily fantasy and esports brand ThriveFantasy announced it has teamed up with Super League Gaming to become an official daily fantasy esports partner for the gaming community and content platform.

Preferred Partnership Deal

ThriveFantasy signed a preferred partnership deal with Super League Gaming to expand its reach to fans of daily fantasy sports (DFS), offering them contests based on matches from the NFL, NBA, and MLB.

“Esports has a loyal, tech-savvy and rapidly expanding audience that is always looking for what’s next. Our platform of prop-style fantasy gameplay translates seamlessly into the esports environment as fans can make simple predictions on specific game statistical outcomes.”

Adam Weinstein, Founder and CEO, ThriveFantasy

For those who prefer esports, the player prop DFS platform provides a chance to measure their skills against fellow players in Counter-Strike: Global Offense (CS:GO), Dota 2, League of Legends, and Valorant, with other titles coming down the pipeline soon.

“Many fantasy companies talk about their commitment to esports. ThriveFantasy walks the walk by delivering a focused solution that is propelling fantasy esports to the next level.”

Andy Babb, Chief Games Officer, Super League Gaming

Player props are based on a binary outcome, over or under pre-defined statistics regarding a player, with each of the outcomes bringing different points to participants depending on the probability an outcome has to come out. Participants create a lineup, an aggregation of 10 out of a list of 20 player props, and the more points they score, the higher is the chance to win one of the top cash prizes.

Connecting Gamers

Super League Gaming connects everyday gamers, offering them content and a community to share their experiences with while enjoying their favorite video game titles. With an offering of more than a dozen of the top video games worldwide, the leading gaming community platform is positioning itself at the intersection of gaming and entertainment.

“We are constantly seeking new ways to inspire deeper interactivity through our broadcasts. This new partnership represents an exciting component of that strategy.”

Andy Babb, Chief Games Officer, Super League Gaming

The semi-professional tournament series, Super League’s Arena, which is scheduled to take place in October, is the first to initiate the partnership deal, as ThriveFantasy will offer fans and viewers of the live broadcast to make player performance predictions for the semi-finals and finals of the tournament.

“This exciting partnership with Super League Gaming exposes our superior gameplay to a leading provider of esports experiences beloved by semi-pro esports athletes and a highly-connected and engaged viewership audience.”  

Adam Weinstein, Founder and CEO, ThriveFantasy

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