As daily fantasy leagues explode in popularity, we’re noticing a lot of new players asking about the differences between daily fantasy and the season-long variety. There are undoubtedly some key differences, but the basic tenants of fantasy sports management – opportunity cost, consistency, game theory, and risk/reward – still act as the governing principles in creating a successful team. Learn more about how to translate your season-long skill set to DFS.
Though the two are similar in concept, there are a plethora of key differences between season-long and daily fantasy. This lesson goes through those differences and how they should affect your thinking as you fill out your daily fantasy rosters.
You can be profitable in daily fantasy sports. This lesson delves into the history of the daily fantasy industry and why the profitability aspect has led to its sudden and drastic boom.
As you transition from season-long to daily fantasy, there are important differences to keep in mind. This lesson lays out those differences, including opportunity cost, consistency, game theory and risk.
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