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PFF to partner with Scott Fish Bowl for 2024

Cincinnati, Ohio — The Scott Fish Bowl is the pinnacle tournament within the fantasy football realm. Not only does it unite virtually every fantasy football analyst, numerous prominent celebrities, former professional athletes and swarms of enthusiastic fans, but it also embodies a sense of community and supports worthy causes through fundraising efforts.

PFF is proud to announce its partnership with the Scott Fish Bowl and Fantasy Cares, a charity dedicated to infusing philanthropy into fantasy sports leagues.


PFF is the industry's leading data and analytics provider. Over the last 17 years, the company has built the world’s most comprehensive football database, covering every player on every play of every game for the NFL, FBS, FCS, CFL and UFL.

PFF's data and tools are trusted by all 32 NFL teams, 134 FBS teams, 72 FCS teams and professional leagues such as the CFL, USFL and XFL. TV networks, player agencies and video game companies also use PFF’s services.


SFB is the premier tournament in the fantasy football industry. It unites virtually every fantasy football analyst, numerous prominent celebrities, former professional athletes and swarms of enthusiastic fans. The tournament is also dedicated to supporting worthy causes through fundraising efforts.

Over the years, SFB has amassed significant contributions, totaling hundreds of thousands of dollars for charitable endeavors.

Traditionally commencing its draft in early July, this tournament has cemented its reputation as the unofficial inauguration of the fantasy football season.


The mission of Fantasy Cares is to inspire people to bring a charitable element to their fantasy leagues and to help raise money for various 501(c)(3) charities.

Most of the funds raised will go toward purchasing Christmas toys for children. In the past, Fantasy Cares has organized fundraisers to support hurricane relief efforts, the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Coats for Kids, Go Pantry, Feeding America, the Equal Justice Initiative, Last Christmas, Every Meal, ALS One, Noresled Dog Rescue and many more.


Scott Fish, the creator of Devy leagues and the ScottFishBowl (among other innovative settings and formats), has earned recognition as one of the most esteemed commissioners in the fantasy community. His enduring ambition is to encourage every league to donate one entry fee to charity.

Scott's passions include supporting his fantasy football community and engaging in charitable endeavors. He started playing fantasy football in 1992, joining a dynasty league that has since transitioned into the keeper league that still exists today.

He started creating content in the fantasy industry in 2005. In 2007, he created his own site, FFOasis, which became well-known as the only Devy resource available and one of the bigger IDP resources. He created the Devy format in the 1990s and was the first analyst to write, podcast and produce Devy content in the fantasy industry.

Scott now runs LeagueSafe Commissioner Services. On the side, he hosts Commission: Impossible, a podcast and newsletter devoted to commissioner-based topics. He can also be heard on Fantasy Football Weekly, the longest-running fantasy football show on iHeart Radio.


SFB was previously known as the FFOasis Invitational, a league for the members and readers of FFOasis. When FFOasis closed, the tournament needed a new name and home, and the Scott Fish Bowl was born.

The tournament has grown exponentially ever since, with the incredible support of the fantasy football industry getting together for a fun event and good causes.

It now features every big name in the fantasy industry, including many celebrities and former professional athletes, and it raises hundreds of thousands of dollars for charity every year.

Scott Fish Bowl is a charity fantasy football league that brings together thousands of fans, analysts and celebrities each year. This year, more than 3,500 people will participate in SFB14. There will be over 30 SFB Live events around the world, with over 1,200 people drafting their SFB team live at these fundraising events.

SFB and SFB Live raised funds for Fantasy Cares, which supports multiple charities. Every local draft can choose a local charity as the benefactor of its event.

SFB Live Cincinnati will benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Cincinnati and Go Pantry. We will also shop for toys in November with representatives from Butler-Warren County Toys 4 Tots to spread some joy at Christmas.


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