The Man Who Won $1 Million On DraftKings Used The RotoExperts Daily Fantasy Rundown
Three days ago, Matt Smith became the first winner of DraftKings’ Millionaire Maker contest, taking home a $1 million prize for setting and winning the week’s best fantasy football lineup. Thursday morning, Smith told SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio that he used the RotoExperts.com Daily Fantasy Rundown package to help choose his players.
The Daily Fantasy Rundown is a premium content provider of Daily Fantasy Sports analysis for NBA, NFL, and MLB. It is solely focused on Daily Fantasy Sports, and provides in-depth, analytical content every single day for NBA and MLB, and every week for NFL.
All of the content created at The Daily Fantasy Rundown is overseen by Drew Dinkmeyer and Mike Leone. Both are professional Daily Fantasy players.
Drew Dinkmeyer has been providing Fantasy sports analysis since 2005, and playing since 1992. He turned professional as a Daily Fantasy sports player in 2013 and his career change was featured in the Wall Street Journal. He has qualified for eight major Daily Fantasy Finals and has been ranked as a Top Five overall player on independent ranking sites since 2013.
Mike Leone has been providing Fantasy sports analysis since 2008 and playing since 2000. He has won several large Daily Fantasy Sports tournaments, including the 2013 StarStreet Playboy Fantasy Baseball Championship, the 2013 FanThrowDown Grand Slam Tournament, and the 2012 DraftStreet Fantasy Baseball Championship.
The Daily Fantasy Rundown is designed to help all levels of Daily Fantasy Players and the analysis packages are focused on teaching users the analytical base that has allowed Dinkmeyer and Leone to become professionals, while also providing specific player recommendations for each set of games.
The cheat sheets are designed to provide users a narrowed list of player recommendations for the top two Daily Fantasy Sites: DraftKings and FanDuel. In each package, the duo highlights and educates customers on which players are best utilized for large-field tournaments (like the Week 6 Millionaire Maker) or smaller-field games (like head-to-head or double-ups).
The goal of the Daily Fantasy Rundown is to give customers the foundation a Daily Fantasy Sports professional would have when making selections each day.
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