Resources

This page lists both paid and free websites that any daily fantasy player can use to help build winning DFS lineups.  Many of these paid sites do offer some articles and tools for free, but their best tools are for the paid memberships.

PAID SITES:

Daily Fantasy Insider has it all.  They cover all sports and sports betting.  These guys have a war room where you can talk with other DFS players and sports bettors.  Their app is one of the best in the industry.  If you are a serious DFS player, this is a site to check out.  They offer a 30 day free trial.  A must see for any dfs player who is serious about upping their game.  Only knock on them is they are pricey, but their site offers deals to get breaks on the membership prices.  

DFS Army provides some of the best tools and resources to help you build winning daily fantasy sports lineups.  They offer daily articles and a chat room to their members.  They have an optimizer that they call the domination station.  This team has been around for many years and they are one of the best in the industry.  Their prices are affordable compared to other websites.

Awesemo – this the site for the #1 DFS player in the world.  Their site offers a lot of content.  They have lots of articles, stats, player projections, ownership projections, sports betting tools etc… They use fantasy cruncher for their lineup builder with their projections.  Only knock against them is they are very expensive.

Rotogrinders – industry favorite for many DFS players.  They have a ton of tools on their website.  There are lots daily articles, core player suggestions for all sports, betting tools, player projections, etc… They have a lineup builder that if you play cash games, you’ll find the same lineup repeated multiple times.  They also have a discord chat where you can talk with other DFS players and sports bettors.  Besides the repeated cash lines played by many of their members, the knock on them as well is they are expensive.

FantasyCruncher – this site has one of the best lineup optimizers in the industry.  Awesemo and other sites use their lineup builder.  But their site offers more than just a lineup builder.  There are plenty of articles and tools that DFS players can use when building winning DFS lineups.  Their PRO package has gone up over the years where they are now expensive like other websites. 

DFS 5 Pack – these guys offer daily breakdowns of fantasy picks for that day’s games.  They put up videos on YouTube for the public daily and then do a member’s only one video where they go into more details about their favorite plays.  There is a daily writeup where they give their cash play locks, gpp plays, team stacks, etc.… They also have Facebook and Discord groups that you can talk with other members about picks and bets.  They used to do a lifetime membership option which was one of the best deals for the money.  If you are looking for DFS picks for the major sports, these guys might be worth checking out.  Their prices are reasonable compared to the competition.

FantasyLabs – another industry favorite for many DFS players.  They have offer plenty of tools and stats for the DFS player and the sports bettor.  They have lineup builder that can be used to build multiple lineups for the players who like to mass enter gpp tournaments.  Like many other websites, they are expensive.  If you want to use them, we recommended signing up for 6 months or longer to take advantage of the discounts on their longer packages.

FREE SITES:

Fansided – This site is filled with plenty of articles and news regarding all sports.  Lots of sports writers put up articles regarding every sport.  Lots of DFS related articles that can be used to get players to target when building lineups.

Social Media – there are plenty of daily fantasy sports related groups on Facebook.  You will also find tons of sports betting groups on there as well.  Some groups have some good people in them and could be worth the time to join.  But others are completely useless.  Plenty of people on Twitter and Instagram are also posting lineups and picks.  But use caution to playing lineups found on any social media site.  Many DFS players also see those lineups and they will not be unique.  You can use them though to determine who some of the “chalky” picks might be or what teams people like to stack.

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