The costs of playing fox sports in the Midwest are far higher than the average US player’s wage, according to the American Academy of Sports and Fitness.
The academy released its annual report on Tuesday, revealing that the average salary for a fox sport Midwest professional is $13,000.
That is an almost $500,000 difference to the average wage for players in the US.
Fox sports MidWest teams are made up of more than 1,000 players from all over the Midwestern states.
Players are paid for each game they play, with a maximum of six hours of play a week.
The academy says players earn anywhere from $4.60 to $9.90 per hour.
Fox Sports MidWest players play their games at the Fox Sports Training Facility in St Louis, Missouri.
They are also coached by former NFL and MLB player Jason Cole, and are expected to win at least five national championships in the sport.
The annual report also revealed that the median household income for fox sports players in midwestern states is $45,600.
That includes a $17,000 median household.
The median income in Wyoming is $36,500, while in Montana it is $39,000 and in Idaho it is more than $47,000, according the report.
FoxsportsMidwest was founded in 2000 and plays in 12 states, including Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, Wyoming and Utah.