This week Jim Cramer has been highlighting the best of the game-changing private companies that have made it on to this year's CNBC Disruptor 50 list of innovative start-ups.
No. 45 on that list is DraftKings, which if you like fantasy sports like Cramer does, could be a dream come true for you. It has revolutionized the fantasy sports category by creating a way to legally gamble on the Internet.
DraftKings offers daily fantasy contests across various sporting events, such as basketball, football, hockey, soccer, mixed martial arts, golf and even NASCAR. Individuals pay an entry fee, which can range anywhere from less than $1 to more than $1,000, then draft players and earn various cash prizes.
After recently acquiring the third- and fourth-largest competitors in the space, DraftKings now operates basically on a duopoly with FanDuel. It also garnered major attention when it received a $250 million investment from Disney, which now owns ESPN.
To find out if DraftKings can continue to reign as king of fantasy sports, Cramer sat down with co-founders Jason Robins and Matt Kalish.