Stats First! Digital Bros announces launch of Fantasfida for the UK market

Italian games studio Digital Bros has announced the launch of  ‘real-money’ daily fantasy football game Fantasfida for the UK market.

Fantasfida aims to set itself apart from a number of new UK daily fantasy football products, by offering its users access to more game information along with team and player statistics.

Using data and stats provided by OPTA Sports, the website’s unique feature is the ‘Locker Room’ which allows opponents to look at stats of each football player, including goal scores, position breakdown, off target shots and matches played.

Game developer Digital Bros has stated that it has placed statistics at the heart of  Fantasfida in order to create the fairest and most rewarding DFS product for the UK market.

“Fantasy Football, especially daily fantasy football, is on the rise and we are thrilled to be bringing our game to the UK” states Raffi Galante the Managing Director of Digital Bros

“We saw the evolution in the sports market, consumers are gravitating to faster play, they want to see instant success. Our experience in the digital entertainment industry has been a key factor in creating an enjoyable and user-friendly daily fantasy sports game, designed to be approachable and played by a wide target audience.”

“Fantasy football games are already very popular in the UK, but with daily play and real money up for grabs, there’s even more to play for with Fantasfida. Fantasfida is a game of pure skill and we feel it is the easiest and fastest fantasy football game out there, as it’s all played in real time. It’s Fantasy Football with cash!”

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