Fantasy Football at Work, by the Numbers

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How much time do you plan to spend on your fantasy football league while at the office each week?

Less than an hour: 60%
1-2 hours: 28%
3-4 hours: 11%
5 hours: 2%

 

How many fantasy football leagues will you play in?

One: 56%
Two: 24%
Three: 12%
Four: 3%
Five or more: 5%

 

 

1 in 5 business professionals plan to or are participating in a fantasy football league this season, according to an Office Pulse survey of 574 white-collar workers.

More insights include:

28% the number of young professionals under the age of 30 who will take part in a fantasy football league

 

31% the number of male professionals who will take part in a fantasy football league

 

44% the number professionals spending at least 1 hour or more on their league during office hours each week

 

62% the number male professionals spending at least 1 hour or more on their league during office hours

 

11% the number of overall business professionals who will join a fantasy football league with coworkers

 

19% the number professionals younger than 30 participating in a fantasy league at work

 

24% plan to take part in two leagues. That number jumps to 32% when looking at male professionals

 

About Office Pulse

Office Pulse by Captivate offers marketers timely analysis and insights from a proprietary panel of upscale professionals in the top markets. The Office Pulse panel of more than 8,000 influential consumers and business decision makers includes C-level executives, millennials, middle management, small business owners, working women and working moms.

About Captivate

Known for its vast network of 10,000 elevator and lobby displays located in 1,600 premier office buildings across the U.S., Captivate connects advertisers with more than 10 million unique monthly viewers through creative, research-driven and Nielsen-measured advertising and marketing programs. By engaging its viewers with timely news and actionable information, Captivate provides advertisers with a highly desirable and difficult-to-reach audience of affluent and influential business professionals. Founded in 1997, Captivate is owned by Generation Partners and Gannett.

By |2018-01-05T12:17:43+00:00September 8th, 2016|Football, News|0 Comments

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