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  • pootnami

    It’s taken me awhile to figure this out, but it might be time to admit that cashing on FD and DK is becoming increasingly difficult/impossible. Too much info out there for everyone. I find Yahoo/Fantasy Draft even harder to cash on. I feel those sites have a smaller pool of people, but the competition is even tougher.

    The one site that I consistently do well on is DRAFT. I enjoy their site. Sharks can’t survive there because of their platform. I feel like there is an even playing field.
    However, the one thing holding me back from going all in is their lack of a player reward program. Why in the world do they not have one? I realize it might not be a huge deal, but a freebie once in awhile goes a long way in my books. Can someone from DRAFT comment on this? Thanks!

  • DRAFTNick

    Hey Pootnami,

    While we don’t have a formal rewards program, we are known to give away free entry tickets quite frequently via email or via twitter. Give us a follow @playdraft if you don’t already. Feel free to DM your username and we’ll take a look and see what can be done ;)

  • jdionne2002

    agree well said!!!

  • jdionne2002

    too bad Fanuel ownst them

  • txdave41

    I also am finding more success on Draft. OTOH, I have about a 75% loss rate on Fanduel. After 4 years, they have lost me as a customer.

  • jdionne2002

    Im probably in the sameboat

  • edro990

    Same here. The overload of content providers has reduced any edge a savvy player may have once had. Nothing we can do about it, it’s the evolution of the industry. Draft’s snake draft format does provide for singular player ownership, which is probably the last semblance of an edge we can hope for.

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