Daily Fantasy Sports operator Fantasy Aces is looking to assume the number three spot in the DFS market behind DraftKings and FanDuel with its proposed acquisition of rival Fantasy Feud’s player database.

The company has signed a binding letter of intent with Gaming Nation Inc., owner of Fantasy Feud, to acquire and migrate more than 35,000 DFS participants to its platform, which the company said would establish it as “the other choice” for fantasy players after DraftKings and FanDuel.

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