UNDATED (AP) -- The latest sign that fantasy football means big business: the same people who run Comic Con are producing a fantasy convention this weekend in Atlantic City.
The first Fantasy Football Fest is expected to draw 25,000 fans.
They'll be able to meet NFL veterans and, more importantly, draft their teams for the coming season.
Convention organizer Greg Topalian of ReedPOP says his company wants to make the convention an annual event. An estimated 30 million people are involved in fantasy leagues across the country.
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