Daily Fantasy Sports Lounge Tracker

When DraftKings announced a huge deal with Madison Square Garden to open a branded “fantasy sports lounge,” it was clear this would become a major point of emphasis for daily fantasy sports sites.

The idea of “fantasy lounges” wasn’t necessarily new, but it started taking off in the middle of 2015. There are now more than a dozen lounges branded by major DFS operators, with many more likely on the way.

Below is a listing of known locations, stadiums and arenas that have “lounges” sponsored by daily fantasy sports sites.

Site/operatorLocation/stadium/arenaMajor teams at locationMore info
DraftKingsMadison Square Garden, New York CityNew York Knicks (NBA); New York Rangers (NHL); New York Liberty (WNBA) More info.
DraftKingsWrigley Field, ChicagoChicago Cubs (MLB)More info.
DraftKingsGillette Stadium, Foxborough, Mass.New England Patriots (NFL)
DraftKingsStaples Center, Los AngelesLos Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Clippers (NBA); Los Angeles Kings (NHL); Los Angeles Sparks (WNBA)No longer active. More info.
DraftKingsArrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, Mo.Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) More info.
DraftKingsAT&T Stadium, Dallas, TexasDallas Cowboys (NFL) More info.
DraftKingsWells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PAPhiladelphia 76ers (NBA); Philadelphia Flyers (NHL)No longer active. More info.
FanDuelFedEx Forum, Memphis, Tenn.Memphis Grizzlies (NBA) More info.
FanDuelAmway Center, OrlandoOrlando Magic (NBA) More info.
FanDuelEverBank Field, Jacksonville, Fla.Jacksonville Jaguars (NFL) More info.
FanDuelFirstEnergy StadiumCleveland Browns (NFL) More info.
FanDuelFedEx Field, Hyattsville, Md.Washington (NFL)
NAU.S. Bank Stadium (under construction), Minneapolis, Minn.Minnesota Vikings (NFL) More info.
YahooLevi's Stadium, Santa Clara, Calif.San Francisco 49ers (NFL) More info.
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