U.S. News & World Report for FlowPlay

October 13, 2015

Just ask the Seattle Seahawks, who lost Super Bowl XLIX in the closing seconds when it looked like they’d score an easy touchdown: For every crushing defeat, there’s the consolation of a comeback season. And if you’re a potential investor in the daily fantasy sports websites FanDuel and DraftKings, it’s pretty much the same…

…”I do believe that both companies have some public trust work to do, more so now than ever,” says Derrick Morton, CEO of FlowPlay, a Seattle-based developer of virtual worlds, social casinos and fantasy sports-based casual games. “There have been rumblings about the gaps between the casual sports fan looking to have some daily fantasy sports fun versus the professional players who have advanced computer algorithms that aid them in their selections of players.” (When you think about it, that sounds a lot like what happens in daily trading on Wall Street.)

 

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