WagerWire launches fantasy sports trading marketplace with RealTime Fantasy Sports

December 14, 2023
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RealTime Fantasy Sports players will now be able to trade pick'em plays, DFS and season-long leagues.

WagerWire has partnered with RealTime Fantasy Sports to introduce a “first-of-its-kind fantasy sports trading marketplace.” 

This new trading functionality will be available for the NFL postseason and allow RealTime Fantasy Sports players to sell their entries while they are in progress on the platform. 

WagerWire and RealTime Fantasy Sports will also produce content and media together, such as live NFL and March Madness watch parties. 

Back in September, WagerWire announced a partnership with microbetting app, Betr, and in 2024, planned on launching both its DFS and sports betting marketplace with the brand. 

COO of RT Sports, Tim Jensen, said: “RT Sports now has something no other fantasy provider does, a true marketplace for pick’ ems and entries. 

“This changes the game for RT Sports. Our players had a taste of trading dynasty league teams in the offseason, but now we’re taking it to the next level, allowing them to trade pick’em plays, DFS, and even season-long leagues.” 

Co-Founder and CEO of WagerWire, Zach Doctor, added: “Fantasy sports offers a new frontier for our trading technology. This proves WagerWire can make any gaming asset tradeable.  

“RT’s loyal community, which has played with them for over two decades, made them the clear choice to be our first live partner for fantasy sports. We look forward to working closely to develop what will become the industry standard for all DFS apps.” 

Last week, WagerWire partnered with Red Rock Resorts’ STN Play online casino, via Station Casinos, to offer its bet trading marketplace technology.


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