Their advertisements are seemingly endless during football season. Promising huge payoffs and the thrill of competition, fantasy sports sites like DraftKings and FanDuel are accessible and in the public mindset. These “one-day” fantasy sites rake in millions of dollars in revenue despite being subjected to legal action by Attorney Generals across the country. Regardless of your personal opinion of “one-day” fantasy sports websites or your take on state gambling statutes, one thing is undeniable: the overwhelming popularity of fantasy sports. A new startup now hopes to tap into the fantasy sports craze for the benefit of participants and professional players alike, without the legal issues that dog competitors.