This is the age old question and I constantly find myself going back and forth between the two. I know professionals who specialize in both and only play one or other, so which is the best way to go about it?
You can create contests for any sports.
Here’s how you do it.
- First establish the commissioner status and then create your league.
- Name your league. Or let DraftKings name your league for you.
- Then you invite your friends to the league. If they are not on DraftKings already they will be sent a message on how to sign up and play.
Fanduel is by far the leader in the industry when it comes to daily fantasy sports (DFS). They have the most users and run more contests than any other site. Fanduel was the first DFS site to announce its million dollar championship last year and they are the true trend setters in the industry.
Fanduel always acts first then the other sites are forced to attempt something similar to keep up which helps the overall business of DFS.… Read the rest
So football season is gearing up and I was super curious to see how the two major fantasy sites would look out the gate. If you are new to DFS and just started at some point during the football season, I’ll break the DFS platform down for you.
Obviously NFL is King and you will not see contests as big as the NFL ones.… Read the rest
This section on DraftKings allows you to play for free everyday for cash prizes, tickets or other products and bucket list experiences.
For those of you who do not want to spend money this is the perfect place to try out DraftKings or play for free every day without having to worry about losing money.
They continually offer pretty neat payouts and cover all the major sports contests.… Read the rest