Fantasy Sports Alliance Signs Four Sponsors for Their New Rivalry Bowl Games

By FSA Press
15 April 2019

Fantasy Sports Alliance (FSA) announced today the four sponsors for their newly created Rivalry Bowl Games, which will take place at the end of the 2019 season.

Ladies Love Big Men, Georgia Rustics Candle Company, Independent Consultant, Jesse Worthington, and Nature Coast Tailgating have all committed as 2019 Rivalry Bowl Game Sponsors.

Ladies Love Big Men is a clothing company owned by James Jones and is based out of Kyoto, Japan, Geneva, Switzerland, and Ohio. They will be sponsoring this year’s Colossus Bowl. The Ladies Love Big Men Colossus Bowl will pair the runners-up from the Mid-Atlantic and European Regional Championship games.

Georgia Rustics Candle Company, and their owners, Maggie and Larry Stineman, are based in Waleska, Ga. Georgia Rustics Candles are hand-poured, small-batched, soy candles with no additives or dyes. They are sponsoring this year’s Sun Belt Bowl. The runners-up from the Dragons and Scorpions Regions will compete in the first-ever Sun Belt Bowl.

Jesse Worthington is an Independent Consultant for a dermatology-inspired skincare products company and is based at Fort Benning, Ga. She is sponsoring the 12 Labours Bowl, which put head-to-head the runners-up from the Great Lakes Hydras and PAC South Wild Boars Regional Championship games.

Nature Coast Tailgating is located in Spring Hill, Fla., and is owned by Brandon Valenca. They produce tailgating products including cornhole boards and bags, ladder toss games, and tabletop cornhole boards. Nature Coast is awaiting the final Regional selections for the season before they choose what Bowl they will sponsor.

In an effort to try and get more teams to the playoffs, without the constraints of weeks in a season and playoff ladders, the FSA Competition Advisory Council developed the Bowl Games. Following the Regional Championship games, the teams who runner-up during that round will move on to a Rivalry Bowl Game. The Rivalry Bowl Games will make their debut near the end of the 2019 season and will take place during Week 15 of the NFL Regular season.