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Getting to Know FantasyDraft.com

Have you played on FantasyDraft yet? If you answered no, then you’re missing out on one of the best up-and-coming daily fantasy sports sites out there.

Let me preface this by letting you know that I am in fact an employee at FantasyDraft, but since I’m also on staff at TheFantasyFix.com, this article is by no means an “advertisement”. I want to be completely objective when bringing you all the info that will follow. All the positive comments about FantasyDraft are the truth and not just a means to sway you into signing up there.

What makes FantasyDraft so great?

First off, the payout ranges in guaranteed prize pool tournaments (GPP) on most DFS sites usually pay between five and 20 percent of their winners — and they can vary. On FantasyDraft, every GPP guarantees that 25 percent of all entries get paid out. It doesn’t matter whether it’s a 60-person contest, a 100-person contest or a 2,000-person contest, 25 percent get paid from the prize pool. When there is overlay — meaning that the tournament fails to fill to the max — the 25 percent PayoutZone is even more beneficial to users. There are even some tournaments that guarantee a 30-percent payout and higher.

FantasyDraft’s interface is easy to use as well. Each contest can be searched for using filters till you’ve narrowed it down to the exact one you want to play. Once you’re entered into the contest, you can easily select players sorting by game or team and if you click on the players’ names, you’ll be able to see stats, depth charts and even the weather that pertains to that day’s games.

Setting your lineups is made even easier with their Flexible Lineup feature. This gives contestants, well, more flexibility than other sites. For example, the fantasy basketball games on DraftKings require you to choose a PG, SG, SF, PF, C, G, F, UTIL. On FanDuel, you’ll need to roster two PGs, two SGs, two SFs, two PFs and a C. But on FantasyDraft, all you need to do is select three Gs, three F/Cs and two UTIL. By removing specific positions, users have more freedom to choose the players they want.

FantasyDraft also offers a unique referral system for its users. The “6 Degrees of Pay” system allows you to rack up the big bucks simply by referring friends and having them enter contests. It doesn’t matter if they win or lose, once they enter a game, you get paid. This video explains the system in more depth.

I play on DraftKings and FanDuel, but I prefer FantasyDraft to all of them — and I’m not just saying this because I work there. All three sites are great, but I’m a little more casual of a DFS player. I like how much more laid back FantasyDraft is compared to the others. The million dollar contests on DraftKings are incredibly exciting and I play them because you have the chance to become a millionaire over the course of one NFL Sunday, but the odds of winning them are very, very low. FantasyDraft’s smaller size contests won’t net you as big of a potential payout, but you’re more likely to finish in the money. Your return on investment may not be as big, but winning SOMETHING becomes a more likely proposition.

If you want to make money and do so without hassle and in a welcoming environment, I recommend that you give FantasyDraft.com a try today!

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