SportsLine Sees Real Money in Fantasy Leagues

0 Comments, which publishes CBS, expects about 35 percent of its revenue to come from fantasy league subscriptions by year-end. That’s five times where it stood in June. The sports media company didn’t charge for services last year, but it has generated more than $10 million in revenues since converting to fee-based billings in January. Football subscriptions alone resulted in $8.8 million in sales this year, about twice the company’s earlier projections of $3 million to $4.5 million.

For more on Q3 revenues, see the earnings press release. For more on its fantasy football subscription revenues, read the other press release issued by the company.

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