Attend the 2011 Fantasy Football Convention Online!


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Three of the most credible dot-com brands in the fantasy football industry, Rotowire, LeagueSafe and MyFantasyLeague have partnered to host a purely-virtual, three-hour draft preparation convention designed to prepare all fantasy football players for their suddenly approaching 2011 fantasy season.

The 2011 Virtual Fantasy Football Convention will be LIVE ON-LINE, Thursday night, August 18 from 8:00pm-11:00pm EST and VirtualCast ON-DEMAND through September 30.

Registration to access the live and on-demand convention platform including the main auditorium, virtual social lounge and virtual download library is $19.99. Registration is limited. Attendees are encouraged to sign-up in advance.
The Convention will offer fantasy football players a unique opportunity to watch, hear and participate in an expert-hosted, fast-moving agenda all from the comforts of home.

Rotowire provides fantasy news and information to ESPN, Yahoo! Sports,, and Sirius XM Radio. RotoWire is the successor to, which pioneered the concept of real-time fantasy sports information when launched 15 years ago (1997). RotoWire president Peter Schoenke and RotoWire correspondents all around the country appear regularly on sports radio stations, television and host a daily show on Sirius/XM Radio.

MyFantasyLeague will begin its 16th year as the industry’s premier independent provider of 100% customized web-based fantasy football tools to support full league management. Michael Hall is the company’s President.
LeagueSafe automates the entire fantasy entry fee and payment process online with customized FDIC-insured accounts. was founded by Paul Charchian, current president of the Fantasy Sports Trade Association. Paul extensively appears on television and radio and is recognized as one of the industry’s most trusted voices on and off the air.

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