We know that DraftKings and FanDuel are the two biggest sites in the industry. There could be an argument that #3 is currently Fantasy Aces. Fantasy Aces offers live finals, along with 2 types of salary cap based games, giving the user a unique experience that has allowed them to grow in popularity in the DFS Community.
Baseball fans know that the game is all about statistics. There is literally a statistic for anything and everything. Daily fantasy baseball is considered one of the most challenging daily sports to play, which also makes it one of the most entertaining as well.
Deflategate? Sure. Greg Hardy and domestic violence? That was impressive. Johnny Manziel and his inability to bypass the all-too-common pitfalls of fame? Astounding.
Have you been looking for a smaller alternative site to play daily fantasy sports at? Draft Ops may just be that place for you to call home. The Doumani real estate family based out of Las Vegas, and the former owners of the Tropicana Casino have recently launched one of the newer DFS site — Draft Ops. Draft Ops is serious about becoming a big player in the daily fantasy sports scene, and has already shown they have deep pockets.
Draftpot is an up and coming site in the daily fantasy sports world. Created out of a dorm room at Columbia University, Draftpot launched in Beta mode in April of 2015. The site then went live a few months later in August of 2015. So what differentiates Draftpot from the other guys? Their claim to fame is “Daily Fantasy Sports Without the Salary Cap”! We’ll talk more about this as we get into the game modes offered.
Fantasy Feud may not be the largest DFS operator, but they are a very solid option for players looking for a smaller site to play at. The website is a little bit different than others, because it allows you to talk to other challengers, and play against them in a wide variety of fantasy game types.
AlphaDraft is the first of it’s kind when it comes to daily fantasy eSports. Founded by Todd Peterson, AlphaDraft is a new kind of daily fantasy eSports game. The company was founded in May of 2014, and then the company launched it’s DFeS web application in January of 2015.
StarsDraft is an up and coming daily fantasy sports site that is operated by Amaya (the parent company of PokerStar’s). They recently bought the DFS site formerly known as Victiv, and rebranded it into StarsDraft. With the user base and financial backing of a company like Amaya, we look for big things out of StarsDraft in the near future.