I’ve found that the more popular daily fantasy sports gets, the more analytical sites start to pop up trying to “predict” players performances. I feel as if there is a new site every other week that pops up with their “projections” that are bound to help make you tons of money and be a successful DFS player.
Well the truth is the majority of these sites have such BS projections and really don’t have that crazy of an algorithm for their projections.
The real sad truth is most DFS players that do well are selling you crap because they know people are dumb enough to buy it. There are so many sites affiliated with the “best players” in the industry and if you pay a monthly fee then you too can become as good as they are.
Sounds Too Good to Be True Right?
Well it’s fair to say that when it comes to money, everyone is looking for the easiest way to make it without doing very much work and these sites and cashing in big because of it. I find it funny that none of these projection sites have a money back guarantee if you still lose while using their site.
I’m not saying that every day you lose, they should compensate you , but take a look at your results at the ends of a season. Are you crushing it and if you are, how much would you contribute it to the site’s projections and plays? Then if you are losing, how often are you relying on that site you subscribe too?
I Only Bring This Up Because?
First, that was me with “Daily Fantasy Boot Camp” a few years ago. I paid for their subscriptions and found that I was using a lot of their top plays in the projections and I had a horrible baseball season because of it.
I found that I was changing my plays because this site was assuring me that there were better plays and that wasn’t the case. Yet I paid 30 bucks every month for someone to lose me money.
So With That Said, How Do You Know What Sites To Actually Trust?
That’s where Number Fire comes into play because they have been around forever and even before DFS. They are one of the few sites that can say they were in business before the big DFS boom because they were focusing on season long leagues.
Granted, they still are affiliated with season long leagues if that’s your thing, but they also adjusted and focus on the daily games as well.
They Are So Trusted That FanDuel Actually Bought Them Out!
That to me tells you something right there. The fact that one of the biggest daily fantasy sports sites thought so highly of them that they straight up bought the company.
Number Fire partners with ESPN, USA today, and sports illustrated to offer a one of a kind predictive analytic platform for sporting events. Some of the data they use for their projections are win probability, expected points, and drive outcome. Number Fire also uses players, match ups, and combined players and match ups.
Their Free Content Is Great Even If You Don’t Try Their Paid Subscriptions
One thing I really like about number fire is they offer a lot of free content. I highly suggest that you check them out and see how you like the free content first.
Number Fire covers more than just football so you can read articles and get numbers in all the major sports. Then once you build some confidence in them and yourself, up your game and try their paid content out.
They offer a few different plans so depending on what you are looking for you may want to see what works best for you and your budget.