DraftKings has finally leveled the playing field by offering big tournaments with a level playing field as far as multi entry contests.
If you are just a casual fan of DFS and don’t like the tournaments because you feel like you are at a disadvantage, well look no further!
The biggest complaint that the casual fans make about DFS GPP’s is that they are at a disadvantage to the pros.
I feel this is very true because you the casual fan don’t have the bankroll and in some cases, the time to make hundreds of lineups for one contest.
Then the counter argument by the pros is to just play single entry contests if you don’t like playing against MaxDulary and his 500 teams.
But the issue is the casual player also wants a chance at the bigger prizes.
Now you can have your cake and eat it too!
DraftKings and made a compromise and it’s taking off in the industry.
They offer their tournaments which have pretty big prize pools and users aren’t allowed to enter more than 3 teams.
While this levels the playing field and you can still turn $3 into $5000 on some nights, it still follows Draftkings protocol and is incredibly top heavy with their payouts.
But DK has been running these tournaments daily at three different buy in levels.
While the $3 are the biggest in size, the $9 and $27 tournaments are a lot smaller.
The great thing about these tournaments is you can really play with a budget.
You can’t spend more than $9, $27, or $81 dollars a night while still maxing out your entries.
If you haven’t played in one of these tournaments, you might as well because there isn’t any other game where bankroll doesn’t play a factor and you can have as many entries as everyone else without breaking the bank.