ASA Podcast LXXXI: A Talk About Fantasy Soccer / by Harrison Crow

It's been a few weeks but Sean and Harrison are back with a new guest this week. We recorded this last week so if there are a few odd references (such as NYRB "struggling") just ignore it.

This week's a bit different as we're talking about Fantasy Soccer and not specifically players but the functions of leagues, creating them how we've managed our own private league with at ASA and how others have created their own. We talk about unique point systems, the difficulties of balance, intensive and how micro and macro economics have come to influence acqusitions.

A big shout out to our guest Seth Goodman. This is a bit of an unusual podcast on the whole but I'm sure in the next week we'll be back with more arguments about Seattle and LA and Colorado and how much we both are frustrated about something.

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