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Starting your Journey as a Fantasy Sports Journalist

Fantasy Football is a constantly evolving and growing market across the world, with hundreds of millions of people across the globe engaging in Fantasy sports through different mediums. Regardless of the game you play, whether for pleasure or financial gain, there is something for everyone. Some eagle-eyed fanatics like to cross to the other side and become involved in reporting in Fantasy sports journalism. We here at The Hype Train have provided what we believe are the essentials to starting your life as a reporter or analyst of the games you love to play. All aboard.

What we’re going to do to make this a simple read for everyone is split this article into different sections, starting with the basics and then into some more detailed practices that will happen when you’ve established your name, identity, and what you want to do.

We thought that this article would provide good insight into the practices of journalism that can make you stick out from the crowd, and get your name around town. Fantasy sports reporting when done right offers everything traditional football reporting does, but adds a new personal element of insight that can sway decisions when placing a bet, or picking a captain in your Fantasy Premier League team.

This article is also about football, as in soccer, just to clear up any potential confusion with American Football.

We've been an affiliates with the Fantasy Football Hub since early September and have been doing weekly Power Rankings updates for the site, with unique graphics and articles related to the FPL's hottest properties.

Our latest article, 'Starting your Journey as a Fantasy Sports Journalist', is a very special article to us, and our first ever member's only content for their site. If there's ever one Fantasy Sports article you should check out and support, then this is the one. At £2 per-month, the site is a steal and we'd appreciate the support.

We delve deep into what it takes to make it as a Sports Journalist covering fantasy sports, from website and blog creation, to logo design, as well as getting off the ground with understanding what makes a good name.

We have so many social media accounts asking us about these sorts of questions, so we've taken the time to flesh out some finer details, and get down to brass tax on the time consuming nature of being a sports journalist, something that you'll all certainly appreciate.

You can check us out on the FFH page by clicking here, and you can click here, or on the banner below, to read our latest offering.

You can read more of our latest news from in the FPL, Premier League, and around the footballing world on our Football page by clicking here, or by clicking the image below.

Want to know more about The Hype Train?

The Hype Train is an entertainment website founded in 2015, specialising in the Fantasy Premier League (#FPL), providing beautiful graphics and weekly insight for hopeful players attempting to climb ranking tables. We are also occasional media reviewers, with a keen interest to review movies, live sport, and professional wrestling.

As well as providing FPL articles on our website, we are a founding Contributor to the new Fantasy Football Hub, where you can find more unique articles, including weekly Power Rankings, from The Hype Team. You can support us and read exclusive members only content for just £2 per-month by clicking here.

The Hype Train were nominated and shortlisted for the 'Best Football Blog 2016' by the Football Bloggers Association at their annual Football Blogging Awards (The FBA's), with the final presentation held at Old Trafford in Manchester.

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All aboard.


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