ESPN’s Matthew Berry Joins Fantasy Sports Combine

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Fantasy Sports Combine announced today that ESPN’s senior fantasy sports analyst, Matthew Berry, has joined the most accomplished roster of fantasy experts ever configured in order to deliver the education and experience of a lifetime during the first ever Fantasy Sports Combine live at the Wynn Las Vegas and Encore July 17-19, 2015.


Featured topics and breakout sessions at Fantasy Sports Combine include elite fantasy analysts from around the country relaying their top strategies on how to win daily and season long leagues, championship winning coaches analyzing game-film and a re-creation of a professional football war room designed to help you think like a Hall of Fame General Manager. Attendees will also learn successful strategies in baseball and basketball, draft day do’s and don’ts and much more.


“Fantasy Sports Combine will be an amazing, once in a lifetime education and experience for fantasy sports players from around the nation. You will get an opportunity to learn from the best in the country, in addition, you will get to do and see things at Fantasy Sports Combine that will make you more successful immediately. I’m honored to be a part of this inaugural event and look forward to sharing my best ideas with those in Las Vegas,” said Matthew Berry, ESPN’s senior fantasy sports analyst.


Widely regarded as the face of Fantasy Football in the U.S., Matthew Berry is ESPN’s senior fantasy sports analyst. Known as the “Talented Mr. Roto,” he’s an Emmy winner for his work on ESPN2’s Fantasy Football Now. As one of the most popular columnists on, he appears regularly on ESPN television and radio shows, including “Sunday NFL Countdown,” “Monday Night Countdown,” “SportsCenter” and “NFL Live.” His award-winning podcast is regularly a top twenty podcast on iTunes, and he is one of only four people to be in the Hall of Fame of both the Fantasy Sports Trade Association and the Fantasy Sports Writers Association. Berry’s book, “Fantasy Life,” is a New York Times best seller and is currently being developed as a sitcom for Fox.


Berry joins legendary coaches Mike Shanahan and Mike Ditka, notable fantasy gurus John Hansen of DirecTV and Sirius XM, Brad Evans of Yahoo Sports and a number of award winning daily fantasy experts. Also scheduled to appear are world-class athletes such as Brandon Marshall, Von Miller, Miles Austin, Michael Floyd, Kyle Orton, Brandon Stokley, Chauncey Billups and Adam Dunn, professional baseball analyst Harold Reynolds, veteran sports broadcasters Bonnie Bernstein and David Norrie, reporter Kaylee Hartung, host of “American Ninja Warrior” Matt Iseman and many more.


Fantasy Sports Combine will take place July 17-19 at Wynn Las Vegas and Encore. Tickets to the conference start at $995 (early registration price of $895) and may be purchased online at VIP packages, which include intimate one-on-one meetings and dinners with coaches, players, fantasy experts and media in addition to limo transportation and accommodations fit for an owner.


About Fantasy Sports Combine:
Fantasy Sports Combine is the ultimate conference for serious fantasy sports enthusiasts. It gathers the world’s most elite collection of fantasy experts to help you gain an edge in your daily, weekly and season long leagues. Learn from championship-winning coaches, legendary general managers, world-class professional athletes and some of your favorite sports media personalities. Don’t pass up this once in a lifetime experience.


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ESPN's Matthew Berry Joins Fantasy Sports Combine
Fantasy Sports Combine announced today that ESPN’s senior fantasy sports analyst, Matthew Berry, has joined the most accomplished roster of fantasy experts.

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