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Why This Fantasy Sports Company Is a Dream Come True for Fans

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This story appears in the June 2015 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe »

FanDuel is on steroids: bigger, stronger, faster. The New York City-based startup benches the familiar season-long league model embraced by millions of fantasy enthusiasts in favor of more lucrative daily and weekly competitions—a model perfectly attuned to the ADD-addled sensibilities of the Millennial generation.

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Leagues of legends: FanDuel’s Nigel Eccles.

Here's how FanDuel works: Like with , baseball and basketball games hosted by ESPN, Yahoo and other brands, players assemble virtual teams of real-world sports stars. Gamers accumulate points based on how the players fare, determined by statistical measures like touchdowns, field goals and passing yards.

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