The Fantasy Sports APIs provide URIs used to access fantasy sports data. Currently the APIs support retrieval of Fantasy Football, Baseball, Basketball, and Hockey data including game, league, team, and player information. The APIs are based on a RESTful model. Therefore, resources like game, league, team, player etc. and collections like games, leagues, teams, players form the building blocks for these APIs. Each resource is identified by a resource ID, and a collection is identified by its scope, specified in the URI. Historically, Yahoo! has provided two full draft and trade style fantasy football and baseball games – a free version, and a plus version (which contains more features and content). With the 2010 seasons, the Free and Plus versions of Football and Baseball have merged. Each game is comprised of many “leagues”, which typically contain 8-12 teams, which are managed by one or more users. At the beginning of a league’s season, professional athletes (“players”) are uniquely assigned or chosen through a draft to each team. The players that are not chosen or assigned are available to be acquired via a free-agent or waiver wire process (a “transaction”). These teams compete against each other based on statistics from real-world competitions based on categories like touchdowns, yards gained, batting average and ERA. Many fantasy sport rules can be set and changed within a league; for instance, the roster positions, statistics used to score, scoring modifiers, and game style are configurable. The game structure means that a lot of fantasy data is relevant only in the context of a particular league and team. For instance, without the league’s scoring rules, the statistics compiled by a player in a real-life competition are not meaningful to a particular league. Three rushing touchdowns by a running back is irrelevant to a league that only considers defensive players. Many leagues are private – the information about them is only available to users that are a members.
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We provide this API as an easy way for developers to get information from Fortnite. This is a great API for bots (twitch, discord, etc), tools and research projects. 1 request per 2 seconds. Contact us for an increased limit. We do not offer any support or programming support. Do not contact us for help. This API is provided as-is and we reserve the right to ban you, reduce/increase the rate limits, or disable it completely. Requests will return remaining throttle left in the headers. This is a free API, we do not charge for using it, nor do we charge for increasing your limit, but we do need to verify you are not using it for nefarious reasons. We respect Epic's servers and Game.
Provides a compendium for Super Smash Brothers Melee, associated with groups, techniques, characters, and attacks. Through this api you can return all groups in smash lounge spread across Europe and USA. Sorry, it is spread across all over the world. Feel free to submit your group through our website. Api provides techniques along with associated gifs. You can fetch characters, retrieve attacks for any set of characters.
jService serves up trivia questions originally sourced from Jeopardy!. Offers the ability to search/filter and contains relevant difficulty and other information.
JSON Database of all free game available on the internet to play. Access programmatically the best free-to-play games and free MMO games! The Free-To-Play Games Database API (Aka FreeToGame API) is available for everyone to use.
Open video game database. Find games by platform, genre, company or find game developers, stores, publishers and many more.
The Brawl Stars API provides near realtime access to game related data. In order to access the API, you need a developer account and a key for your application.
Public and private endpoint to access the COD game data.
Various sports events, results, players, teams and high quality artwork.
Steam/PC Game Prices and Deals
JokeAPI is a RESTful API that serves uniformly and well formatted jokes.
The superhero API, is a quantified and programatically accessible data source of all superheroes from both the comic universe.
API to query the GiantBomb database for videogames, characters, companies, genres and many more.
Get information about Age of Empires II resources
All the Rick and Morty information, including images
An Amiibo database that holds all amiibo information in a single API.
The Pokémon TCG API allows developers to easily consume Pokémon card data in JSON format.
All the Pokémon data you'll ever need in one place, easily accessible through a modern RESTful API.
Instant access to video game information you need without the hassle
PUBG Tracking API
Programming and general jokes
The OpenDota API provides Dota 2 related data including advanced match data extracted from match replays.
Deck of Cards API. Add deck_count as a GET or POST parameter to define the number of Decks you want to use. Blackjack typically uses 6 decks. The default is 1
PandaScore is the provider of real-time statistics for the e-sports like CS-GO, Dota 2, Overwatch, League of Legends etc
Comic Vine is the largest comic book wiki in the universe
The Gathering API! You can use the API to access Magic: The Gathering API endpoints, which can get information on cards and sets.
ACTIVE GAMES, MATCH HISTORY, RANKED STATISTICS, AND MUCH MORE AT YOUR FINGERTIPS.
Access Clan Search, Global and Local Leaderboards, Clan and Player Profiles and Leagues.
The Guild Wars 2 API (application programming interface) is an interface that enables third-party applications to access data directly from the Guild Wars 2 servers.
Valve provides these APIs so website developers can use data from Steam in new and interesting ways. They allow developers to query Steam for information that they can present on their own sites. At the moment the only APIs we offer provide item data for Team Fortress 2, but this list will grow over time.
The Marvel Comics API allows developers everywhere to access information about Marvel's vast library of comics—from what's coming up, to 70 years ago.