We are excited to announce that RotoGrinders is bringing RotoAcademy in-house. I will be taking over for Jonathan Bales, who has produced some tremendous content over the years. A huge thanks to Bales, as he was the brainchild for the project to begin with. Starting July 1st, I will be the main editor, planner, and producer of RotoAcademy content, so if you ever have an issue, you’ll know who to yell at.
My goal is to make RotoAcademy the very best marketplace for DFS players to improve their craft. All too often, DFS players rely too heavily on a set of projections or on someone else’s opinion when building lineups. The goal here is to help build better DFS players. Our courses are as entertaining as they are informative, which is always a hard balance to strike. We’ve had some tremendous feedback over the years and are hoping to put out even better content in the years to come.
So, what does this mean for you? Unfortunately, we weren’t able to retain the rights to all of the courses. We still have a large number of courses available in RotoAcademy, but many will no longer be for sale. Don’t worry though, if you purchased a course that is no longer for sale, you will continue to have access to it for as long as you would like. If you are looking for new courses to purchase, we plan to have new NFL, NBA, and PGA courses up in the next couple of months.
Additionally, I’d like to make RotoAcademy a little more flexible, both in terms of purchasing options (potential bundles and promos) and being able to adjust to feedback we get from customers. I have been producing DFS content for years and I have always loved hearing feedback, as it is one of the best ways to improve. I hope to continue that with RotoAcademy. If you ever have any ideas on how to improve the marketplace or any specific courses that you’d like to see moving forward, feel free to leave a comment in this thread or email me: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Really excited for this!