The American Gambling Awards has nominated Monkey Knife Fight as Fantasy Sports Operator of the Year after a dynamic launch that saw millions of sports fans playing its popular prop fantasy contests.


Monkey Knife FightNorth America’s fastest-growing sports gaming platform, has been nominated as Fantasy Sports Operator of the Year in the inaugural American Gambling Awards.

The popular new sports prop platform, described as “running roughshod over the traditional Daily Fantasy Sports industry”, was nominated for Excellence in Fantasy Sports alongside legacy platforms including DraftKings, FanDuel, and Yahoo Sports.

Monkey Knife Fight launched last fall with a dynamic slate of new daily sports prop contests for all NFL, MLB, NHL, NBA, and PGA events. The platform has already registered more than 10 million entries with projections to top more than $100 million in gaming through 2019.

The Monkey Knife Fight platform is the brainchild of owner Bill Asher and President Nic Sulsky – two sports fans who have been frustrated with Daily Fantasy Sports sites because of how hard they are to play and how difficult it is to win.

“It is amazing to see the industry reaction to our prop platform so soon after the launch of Monkey Knife Fight.  It is yet more validation of our effort to create a simple and fun destination that allows real sports fans to play sports props and have a real chance to win,” says Asher.

Industry’s Fastest-Growing Sports Gaming platform 
Since its launch in Fall 2018, Monkey Knife Fight’s dynamic new prop contests have quickly become the go-to destination for sports fans. With Monkey Knife Fight, fans avoid annoying salary caps, position quotas, and, best of all, having to play against the sharks that dominate traditional Daily Fantasy Sports sites. Real sports fans actually have a chance to win real money since they’re playing against the house – not ringers.


Source: Monkey Knife Fight

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