FanDuel fees top $28M
November 10, 2015 3:00 AM
by Phil Hevener
FanDuel and DraftKings were once again way ahead of everyone else among companies in the daily fantasy sports business as NFL action reached the halfway point in the season.
SuperLobby.com reported Monday that FanDuel recorded $28,347,971 million in entry fees and paid out prize money totaling $25,286,390 million.
DraftKings reported $21,056,879 million in fees and prize money totaling $18,987,259.
The two giants in the industry are far ahead of the rest of the field, according to the numbers compiled and reported by leading fantasy sports analytics provider SuperLobby.com.
Yahoo was in third place after eight weeks of action, reporting fees of $1,000,172 for contests based on Sunday’s games. FantasyDraft was fourth with fees totaling $332,454.
None of the other four companies releasing information to SuperLobby reported fees exceeding $190,000. –Phil Hevener
Phil Hevener has been writing about the Nevada gaming business for more than 30 years. Email: PhilHevener@GamingToday.com.