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Fantasyland is a podcast from Rotoviz that covers everything you didn't know you wanted to know about fantasy sports. Hosted by Peter Overzet. Produced by Matthew Freedman, Fantasy Douche, and Pat Kerrane.

Customer Reviews

Not Your Dad's NPR

The fine folks at RotoViz have done it again. I remember when Frank first hinted a long time ago that a RotoViz podcast could be coming. Fantasyland is the fourth podcast offspring and shares the familiar RV DNA while expressing its own personality; one that is more focused and exploratory than its highly entertaining siblings. Just listen to episode 1 and you'll see what I mean.

Same DNA. Different Brilliance.

RotoViz has been cranking out amazing content with new ways of thinking for years. The work of the esteemed authors (esteemed is probably generous for @MattFtheOracle) has been consistently entertaining and informative. I remember when Frank hinted that a RotoViz podcast could be in the works. True to RV fashion, they released many incredible episodes of RotoViz Radio, The Numbers Game and On The Daily. Fantasyland is the newest member of the family. It shares the same DNA but expresses itself a little differently—more focused with deeper exploration. Listen to episode 1 and you’ll understand. And you’ll be hooked. Or you’re an idiot.

Super Unique

In a world full of fantasy podcasts, it's unusual for one to stand out for its uniqueness but this one does. Episode one was super interesting and informative at the same time. Something that is difficult with so much out there. Highly recommended!

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