Single-Entry contests should be the standard. Otherwise the size of bankroll does more towards determining the outcome of a contest over player selection. Imagine if season long fantasy was played with multi-entry, or poker, or even golf. It takes away from the game, and Fantasy Sports is a game played for fun first at Fantasy Factor.
No complicated algorithms, no veteran players with big bankrolls who show up with 100 or more different lineups.
If you know your sport and have a little bit of luck, playing single entry contest will give you the fairest opportunity to take home the big prize.
Single entry contests are made for recreational fantasy players and sports enthusiasts. On some sites such as DraftKings and FanDuel too much revolves about money, and people do not have that much fun. They think they are, but the odds are that fun is mixed with a solid dose of anxiety and aggravation.
According to Mckinsey and Co., during the first half of the 2015 Major League Baseball (MLB) season, 91% of DFS players profits were won by just 1.3% of players, that 1.3 % accounted for 40% of the total entry fees!
The logic is simple; bigger bankroll equals more opportunity to win. And if you are willing to spend a big bag of cash, that’s fine, go for it. But if you look at Daily Fantasy Sports as something fun and recreational, the single entry contests at Fantasy Factor are for you.
If you do not consider yourself a DFS shark and are not willing to spend a lot of money to diversify your lineups, choosing single entry contests you have more chance to win! If you are skilled and knowledgeable, by going mano a mano against your opponent you have a good chance to actually win some money playing DFS.
If you are ready to put your sports knowledge to the test, come to play at Fantasy Factor, a site which offers single entry contests only, to maximize YOUR chance to win. Choose your sport (NBA, NFL, MLB, NHL, MLS, EPL) and best of luck!