Draftstars Launches Fantasy Major League Baseball
Australia’s leading Fantasy Sports platform has added Major League Baseball to its extensive suite of Fantasy offerings.
SYDNEY, May 19, 2019 – Draftstars, a subsidiary of PlayUp Limited, has announced the addition of Fantasy Baseball to its growing array of fantasy challenges.
Major League Baseball (MLB) is fastly growing in popularity in Australia, particularly amongst fantasy sport users given the quantity of games and the range in possible outcomes and events per match.
The addition of MLB comes just weeks after the platform integrated Fantasy Golf, which launched on the platform on April 11th in time for international golf’s premier event, the US Masters.
The initial tournament proved to be hugely popular, with the inaugural prize pool of $17,000 over three times the size of the next largest Australian fantasy golf competition.
The addition of the two new sport offerings adds to a bumper 2019 for Australia’s most popular fantasy platform, which is having one of its most successful years in its short history, particularly in AFL.
Over 60,000 entrants participated in AFL challenges over the last week in April, paying out over $600,000 in prizes, including $54,000 in the largest contest of 4248 entrants.
PlayUp Limited CEO Daniel Simic said:
“It is another fantastic accomplishment for Draftstars to integrate yet another major international sport to its growing platform.”
“Draftstars continues to remain Australia’s first choice for fantasy sports, and we continue to look forward to further developing the platform to keep up with Australian’s desires to compete and win on new sports and challenges, as well as attract new audiences to the exciting world of daily fantasy sports.”
Draftstars is Australia’s leading fantasy sports platform and owned by PlayUp Limited.
PlayUp is an Australian online wagering and technology company with unique offerings in the wagering industry via its Sportsbook, Racebook and Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS) products. PlayUp has operations in Australia, India and the United States.