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Fantasy Radio

Fantasy Baseball - From the Experts

Talk fantasy keepers, sleepers, strategies and more with STATS' Tom Kessenich and Greg Ambrosius

Tom Kessenich

Tom Kessenich has been working in the fantasy sports industry since 1999 as both a magazine editor and more recently helping to organize and run the highly successful National Fantasy Baseball, Football and Basketball events. Prior to entering the fantasy sports industry, he was an award-winning NFL beat writer who covered the Green Bay Packers from 1991-1999. He also has written two books, one about the Packers and the other about the television show, "The X-Files." Tom is a co-host of the STATS Fantasy Advantage every Wednesday night on SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio 210/87 and has a weekly fantasy football radio program during the NFL season on Milwaukee’s WSSP 1250 AM.

Tom Kessenich
Manager of High Stakes Fantasy Games
SportsHub Technologies
Cell: 715-254-5559
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Greg Ambrosius

Greg Ambrosius is the founder of the National Fantasy Football, Baseball and Basketball Championships (NFFC, NFBC and NFBKC) and the Director of Consumer Fantasy Games for STATS LLC. Greg was also the editor of the industry's first national newsstand publication, Fantasy Sports Magazine, from 1989-2010. He was the first person in the industry elected to both the Fantasy Sports Trade Association's (FSTA) Hall of Fame and the Fantasy Sports Writers Association’s (FSWA) Hall of Fame. Greg was also president of two industry trade associations from 2002 to 2010 -- the FSTA and the Fantasy Sports Association (FSA) -- and was a founding member of the FSTA in 1999. Greg was a regular contributor on ESPN Radio from 2000-2006 and is a co-host of the STATS Fantasy Advantage every Wednesday night on SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio 210/87

Greg Ambrosius
General Manager - Consumer Fantasy Games
SportsHub Technologies
Cell: 715-254-5553
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The National Fantasy Football Championship live events begin on Sept. 1st with drafts in New York and Las Vegas. More drafts will be held in Las Vegas on Sept. 6-9. The live drafts are at prestigious venues such as The Hilton in Manhattan, just walking distance from Times Square. High stakes fantasy owners will compete for grand prizes of between $60,000 and $100,000 in the NFFC Cutline Championship, the NFFC Classic and the Online Championship, plus another $150,000 in the NFFC Primetime. Online drafts begin in April and continue through Sept. 9. It’s football year-round at the NFFC.