Draft is a head-to-head fantasy sports game built from the ground up for mobile. The fast, simple interface allows even casual fans to enjoy daily fantasy drafts across all major sports. Draft is designed as a social game, allowing users to play with friends, for money or simply for bragging rights.
Parent Company
Paddy Power Betfair
New York, US
Draft was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in New York, US

Draft Office Locations

Draft has an office in New York
New York, US (HQ)
40 W 28th St
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Draft Financials and Metrics

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In total, Draft had raised $5.6 m. Draft is a subsidiary of Paddy Power Betfair

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Draft News and Updates

How an NFL Rookie Is Making a Name for Himself with Cyber Security

Dallas Cowboys defensive end Lewis Neal is just as busy off the field as he is on it.

Seminole Tribe Could Present Draft Gambling Compact by Week’s End

The Seminole Tribe of Florida could present state lawmakers with a draft gambling compact by the end of the week, incoming Senate President Bill Galvano told local media Tuesday after a meeting with Seminole Gaming CEO Jim Allen and Rep. Jose Oliva. Sen. Galvano, his colleague from the House, and [……

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WATCH: Sen. Tammy Duckworth Scorches Trump As ‘Five-Deferment Draft Dodger’

The senator and Iraq War veteran lambasted "Cadet Bone Spurs" Trump in a fiery speech on the Senate floor Saturday.

The Tough Decision for College Football Players in Leaving School Early to the NFL

In 2018, a whopping 112 underclassmen will declare for the NFL Draft.

Carson Palmer announces retirement after 15 years in the NFL

Carson Palmer announced his retirement on Tuesday in an open letter. Palmer played for 15 seasons in the NFL, including stints with the Bengals, Raiders, and Cardinals. It marks yet another big change to the Cardinals franchise going into 2018, having already lost head coach Bruce Arians to retire…
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