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Sean runs the predictive analytics at Action. From the in-game win probs in the app, to the DFS models on FantasyLabs, to the fantasy football rankings on TAN. He also churns out fantasy/betting content for the NFL and is co-host for the Fantasy Flex pod and the betting show Convince Me. His projections also furl the March Madness Simulator. Sean starting to become obsessed with sports betting & fantasy football ever since his father took him to Las Vegas for his annual fantasy football draft (at 8 years old). Sean started trying to project teams/players ever since and almost ever action/decision he's made since has led him to where he is today. He began betting 20 years ago and began his sports betting/fantasy sports career as soon as he graduated from college in 2007. Prior to joining Action in 2018, he worked for MGM, RotoHog/FastPoint games, Bloomberg Sports, STATS.
Began his betting career in college by building sports betting models. He eventually turned into a bookie in college before moving to Vegas to work at Excalibur Sportsbook as a supervisor. He decided to move back to CA to begin a career in fantasy sports/betting at RotoHog as a product manager. That was when he began entering his season-long fantasy projections into the FSTA contests and won the award for most accurate season-long NFL & MLB projections 2-3 times each. He then moved to NY to work for Bloomberg Sports as a product manager and Head of Projections. They were eventually acquired by STATS where he maintained the same role as a product manager. That was when he began entering his weekly NFL rankings into the FantasyPros accuracy contest and won 1st place 3 years in a row from 2015-2017. He joined Action Network in 2018.
Sean has a BA in Psychology from Long Beach State and took multiple advanced stats classes. He spent most of his time in the library reading stats/sports betting books creating prediction models and using them to bet on various sports (MLB, NFL, NBA, WNBA, etc.).
- College football
- College basketball
- Player projections
- Have created team/player projection models for essentially every sport at some point