Study Shows Day Jobs Prevent Fantasy Football Players From Over $5 Billion In Annual Winnings
A new study has revealed that the day jobs thh he at tie fantasy football players to a desk is costing them a combined $5 billion in annual winnings from tournaments, leagues, and apps like DraftKings and FanDuel.
We are not trying to demonize having a job,” Matthew Berry said Friday. “It is important to understand that there are more distractions than ever in today’s fantasy football leagues. If it’s not work, it’s the latest assignment, project, or collaborative meeting for an organization. The modern fantasy football player has many options to take away from what really matters.”
The firm that conducted the study concluded removing having a job from a fantasy player’s life would only crush morale, and instead suggested that fantasy football leagues consider teaming up to start a business in order to build camaraderie.
Good luck this year! Try not to let the distraction of employment prevent you and your pals from fantasy gold.