ESPN Fantasy is the No. 1 provider in fantasy sports with a comprehensive portfolio of award-winning games and content, serving 20 million fantasy players across platforms \u2013 on the web, mobile, audio, linear TV, and streaming video. Drawing on resources from nearly every aspect of the company, ESPN Fantasy continues to innovate, expand and reach new and younger audiences with every initiative.\n\nThe total number of unique fans playing ESPN Fantasy games has nearly doubled over the last four years, with more than half of that growth occurring in 2017. On NFL Sundays, ESPN Fantasy accounts for more than half of all minutes consumed across ESPN Digital platforms.\n\nESPN Fantasy Football has more players than any other fantasy football game and ESPN\u2019s Tournament Challenge is by far the most popular NCAA Men\u2019s Basketball Tournament bracket contest,\u00a0while the ESPN Fantasy App attracts more fans than any other fantasy sports app by wide margins. In 2017, all 15 of ESPN Fantasy\u2019s primary games enjoyed significant increases in number of players, with 14 of the 15 setting all-time records.\n\nProviding fans with unmatched fantasy news, analysis and other content, ESPN Fantasy\u2019s award-winning team of fantasy analysts includes Fantasy Sports Trade Association hall-of-famers\u00a0Matthew Berry, Tristan H. Cockcroft, Eric Karabell and Stephania Bell, with additional insights from ESPN\u2019s many experts and analysts across platforms.\n\nThe award-winning\u00a0Fantasy Focus Football\u00a0podcast is ESPN\u2019s top-rated podcast every year and was the first ESPN digital audio product to be filmed for digital video distribution on a daily basis. ESPN Fantasy analysts appear regularly on SportsCenter,\u00a0NFL Live,\u00a0Monday Night Countdown, Sunday NFL Countdown,\u00a0and ESPN\u2019s annual coverage of the NFL Draft, in addition to the Emmy Award-winning Fantasy Football Now and The Fantasy Show with Matthew Berry, ESPN\u2019s first daily show devoted to fantasy sports.\n\nAccording to the 2017 ESPN Sports Poll, fans who play fantasy sports are more likely to attend games, read sports news, watch sports highlights and spend money on sports compared to fans who aren\u2019t fantasy players. Simply put, there are no more engaged and avid sports fans than those who play fantasy.