Development or sales option (thanks to deepstar):
That is an excellent idea! Waivers are used for every major team sport and in every fantasy sport league. (Waivers are used in NHL, NBA, MLB, and the NFL). Basically it's how one picks up players for a team after they are dropped by another team.Originally Posted by deepstar
For those who do not know what he is talking about:
ESPN MLB Waivers 101
ESPN Fantasy Football Rules
Fantasy Sports affiliate offerings are indeed quite generous. It's probably most profitable to have waivers.com contain waiver lists for all fantasy team sports. The developer would have to contact the fantasy sports sites, but they're amenable to allowing access to the waiver list data. It's free advertising for them, and gets their players more involved in the game (which is what they want).
The developer should also publish the actual NHL, NBA, MLB, and NFL waiver lists as well. This will allow you to be referenced by major sports sites, meaning major google pagerank.
This domain is extremely well targetted, fantasy sports affiliate programs pay extremely well!