Draftking Playbook Review

Here is a little overview of the Draft Kings playbook by a DK player and someone that wrote some articles for the DK in the past.

DraftKings is legal in the US and Canada. There are a range of US states, that do not permit daily fantasy sports, so if you stay in one of those states, you’re out of luck. Check out DraftKings “Is Daily Fantasy legal” for a list of these states. On any given day, you may find a free soccer contest to join. During the weekdays, on-line customers appear to be around 2,000-3,000 users. On the weekends, the wide variety of customers will increase dramatically. Finding a contest, Head 2 Head or 50/50 sport will by no means be difficult. The contest offerings are numerous and contests vary in prize money from $1 million guaranteed prize pool, to head-to-head battles with a $2 payout.

This DraftKings playbook overview can be a bit biased as it’s my preferred website to play on. However, I’m going to try and maintain subjectivity out of the equation and focus on some facts. DraftKings gives a functional website with extraordinarily high prize pools and lots of customers. You can always find contests in an expansion of sports activities with a big selection of buy-ins. Most importantly, this internet site is trustworthy and pays its customers.

Website Experience

Navigation

DraftKings completed a site redesign and improved vastly in all areas. The navigation is simple to use and locating the contests which you prefer is a breeze. Generally, everything is accessed via the pinnacle navigation bar and once you click on into each sub-segment you can see the specifics you’re seeking out. The updated design is leagues above what it was previously. It’s sleek, stylish, and conveys an excessive-ease, premium emblem. The assessment of fonts and colorations help draw your attention to the maximum essential elements at the page. The internet site works seamlessly on all browsers and operating structures.

 

Functionality & Ease of Use

The redesigned DraftKings internet site is some distance superior to maximum of the competitors inside the industry. The functionality, buttons and crucial site sections are smooth to find and use. Sorting and the use of superior search features are easy and don’t require tons time to get a cling of. The font contrasts and critical name outs on the internet site are without problems located. Promotions are front and center with the featured contests surely displayed.

 

The most important dislike I have is that some of the critical sections associated with “My Account” aren’t seen without clicking at the sprocket or settings pics within the corner of the site. I would’ve preferred to see the withdrawal button while not having to click thru on “My Account” and then click on every other withdrawal button. The FAQ section became a bit too buried for my tastes as well. I suppose a hyperlink inside the footer at a minimum would be nice if I need solutions to my questions, quickly without sending in a help ticket. Overall, the website is easy, has high-quality hierarchy, and smooth to apply.

 

I am a promoter at DraftKings and am also an avid fan and consumer (my username is greenflagradio2) and might on occasion play on my personal account within the games that I offer advice on. Although I have expressed my non-public view on games, they do not always replicate the view(s) of DraftKings and do not constitute a representation that any particular method will guarantee success. All clients should use their very own skill and judgment in constructing line-ups. I am now not an employee of DraftKings and do not have right of entry to anything but personal facts.

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