Draftstreet is one of the bigger sites on the daily fantasy sports block. It has been around longer than most and has one of the largest player bases. Let’s see how they rated.
Interface: The interface is my biggest problem with Draftstreet,but on the bright side, it almost never changes. Once you get it figured out you won’t have any problems. However, it just looks cluttered and it is very hard to find things when you are first starting out. Give it a chance, but make sure you leave time to find your way around on your first couple visits.
Salaries: The salaries at Draftstreet update much more frequently than most daily fantasy sports sites. Players fluxuate both up and down, which is great for being able to assemble a roster that you will like. The players can range anywhere from $1,000 all the way up to over $20,000 right now and there appears to be no cap. That is great news for those of you who like to stay away from guys like Lebron James and Kevin Durant to assemble more balanced teams filled with max value players.
Competition: There are a lot of really good players entrenched at Draftstreet, but for every one of those, there are about five players who have no idea what they are doing. These are the types of players that successful money-making players can take full advantage of and there is a surplus of them on Draftstreet right now.
Variety: Draftstreet has a nice selection of games and sports to choose from. You can find almost any type of game you are looking for, from 50/50s to Guaranteed Prize Pool games, Draftstreet has them all. They only setback in the variety area is that they offer very few low stakes games as most start at a $5 minimum entry.
Promotions: Draftstreet is always running freerolls, they probably run more large prize pool freerolls than any other site. They also offer a solid 20-30% deposit bonus most of the time and their bonuses are very easy to work through.