If you've ever listened to my podcast, read my columns, followed me on Twitter or read my book Fantasy Life, you know I love Rotowire.com. And I'm not alone. Everyone loves Rotowire and their 24 / 7 / 365 source of real time fantasy sports news and analysis. When I say everyone, I mean everyone.
They are the official player news provider for us at ESPN. And for Yahoo! And FoxSports.com. They host an extremely popular daily show on SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio. And if you think it's just huge sports media companies that love them, think again. No website has won more Fantasy Sports Writers Association awards than Rotowire.com. Yes, Rotowire is known for more than just breaking fantasy news. Lead by industry legends Chris Liss and FSWA Hall of Famer Jeff Erickson, Rotowire has over 30 different FSWA awards, including many Writer of the Year awards and another FSWA (and FSTA) Hall of Famer in Peter Schoenke. They've won too many expert leagues to mention and their subscribers win as well.
I bring up the quality of their fantasy advice because it's important you know how good it is, since you'll be getting it at all hours, on every device you own. With their watch list feature, you can get instant email updates or text alerts on YOUR players. No more scrolling through twitter or websites trying to find news about your player. Rotowire sends you instant updates on ONLY the guys you care about.
With their popular Ask an Expert feature, you'll get personal responses to your questions and their award winning draft software is free to download. And if you play other fantasy sports, you'll have access to Rotowire's customizable draft kits and player news for every sport, not just football. So go ahead, sign up for a fantasy college football, hoops, hockey, golf, NASCAR, soccer or baseball league. Rotowire has you covered. They were one of the first calls I made when I started the original RotoPass, they were one of the first calls I made when I got to ESPN and no matter where I go or what I do, they will always be one of my first calls. Soon, they'll be one of yours as well.
— Matthew Berry