Despite the fact that I know nothing at all about the players on four of the eight teams participating in IEM, I’m eagerly looking forward to IEM D1 on Friday and expect that this will be a great money-making opportunity on daily fantasy Lo...
The tournament prize pools on Vulcunhave continued to grow, with $10 buy-in tournaments on Saturday (prize pool of $5,000) and Sunday (prize pool of $7,500).
If you’re a near break-even daily fantasy sports player, paying close attention to rake (the fee or commission taken from the total entry fees before the site pays the prizes) and bonuses can make a big difference in whether you’ll be profi...
I was finally able to get my hands on the data I need to calculate ‘defense against position’ for LCS teams. For some other daily fantasy sports this is a really useful approach to making picks.
Vulcun(invite code profantasy3) has fantasy LCS tournaments ranging from a $1 entry fee to $250 entry fee right.
AlphaDrafthas freerolls (free fantasy contests with cash prizes) available, so that you can try out the site before you play for more substantial money. I’d highly recommend giving these a shot if you enjoy fantasy LCS.
I’m writing the first part of this article prior to the games taking place, so that I can give an ‘untainted’ view of my thought process when putting together a lineup. The first thing I look at is the betting lines for the games.
If you haven’t tried any daily fantasy LCSsites yet, you can learn more about AlphaDraft, Vulcun and FantasyGGin my article about Getting Started at Daily Fantasy LCS.
In the past few weeks, a number of daily fantasy LCSsites have sprung up. These sites are modeled after the daily fantasy sports sites like Fanduel and Draftkings.