I have a program that will spit out up to 1000 lineups, using my projections and any players I tell it to lock in. I would like to join some of the big tourneys with several hundred lineups. The problem is that the teams dont put their final lineups out till about and hour or 2 before the game, so once i finalize my projections and have my program spit out the hundreds of lineups I want to use, it just becomes impossible to manually enter them in time.
I was wondering if it would be ok to use a script that can take the lineups from my projection model and automatically enter them into my DK contests? Im just not sure if this is allowed as it definitely would give me an advantage over players multi entering contest manually. I just want to make sure I wouldnt be breaking any rules.
Also if using a script is against the rules would it be ok for me to hire a few people for the hour or 2 before lineup lock and and have them log into my account from several different computers and manually enter the contests for me? Is it even possible to be logged in from different locations entering lineups and contests at the same time? Or is that against the rules? Is it just one person per account?
I understand it is tedious and difficult to enter many lineups with little time to go, but we do not allow scripts on the site as it may disrupt the site and you would risk being restricted from DraftKings as consequence. Further, you are correct, it is one person per account and you cannot have multiple people entering lineups for you or operating your account.
I know this is not ideal but I would suggest inputting the projected starters as you can normally figure out the likely lineup. You can then start entering your lineups at the beginning of the day and then when lineups release, you can make adjustments as necessary.
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So it looks like anyone using a script or a team of people to enter lineups is violating the rules and a subject to having their account restricted.
1. Maxdulary – routinely enters 300-1000 unique lineups a night. Admitted in interview that he has some “help” with his lineups but wanted to keep what it was to himself
Emac posted in another thread “Shhhhh, don’t tell anyone, however some people may have an offshore VA (virtual assistant) to help with some of the heavy lifting.” So id imagine many of the big massive multi-entering players have been using some kind of help, either computerized help, or extra people working on their account.
So who else would make this list?