North American sports gaming platform Monkey Knife Fight has revealed plans to redefine the baseball experience with the debut of hundreds of daily prop contests for every Major League Baseball game.
The firm went live with last fall’s NFL season, and has already registered more than 10 million entries on football, basketball, hockey, and golf contests, with projections to top more than $100m in gaming through the upcoming baseball season.
Sports fans play against the house with contests such as, “Will Bryce Harper have more than 2.5 total bases?”, “Who will have more RBIs and home runs on Thursday night: Mike Trout or Khris Davis?”, and “Will Chris Sale have more or less than 9.5 strikeouts?”.
Since its launch late last year, Monkey Knife Fight’s dynamic new prop contests have quickly become the go-to destination for sports fans said the firm. It added that fans avoid annoying salary caps, position quotas, and, best of all, having to play against “…the sharks that dominate traditional Daily Fantasy Sports sites”.
The platform is the brainchild of owner Bill Asher and President Nic Sulsky. Said Asher: “The fan reaction to Monkey Knife Fight has been overwhelming. We hit a million plays almost overnight and have had fans flocking to us at an amazing rate ever since. Playing prop games always makes watching sports so much more entertaining. I mean, drinking beer is still the top thing to do when watching sports, but playing Monkey Knife Fight is definitely second.”