Point of Differentiation
Value to Casual Fans
Players must engage in extensive research and analysis in order to compete.
Fans make simple choices from a series of quiz style questions.
Lower barrier to contest participation.
Players are often eliminated after one wrong answer or bad performance of one drafted athlete.
Scoring model awards points inversely proportional to the % of contestants that choose the correct answer, allowing players who do not have the most correct answers to still win the contest by accumulating more points on the questions they answered correctly.
Even the least experienced fans can still win by making unpopular predictions that prove correct.
Variety limited to one or two different prop formats.
At least 6 types of prop formats (with more to come) including popular formats like over/under, pick’em, range-bound, etc.
More interesting and entertaining contests that are tied to the event in ways that fans care about.
Players have no idea who they are competing against.
Players can search and challenge peers to contests, socially interact with anyone, and invite their friends to join.
The ability to see your competition leads to greater trust and willingness to invest in the platform.
Expert DFS players (sharks) can easily prey on unsuspecting casual players (minnows)
Algorithmically pair players with other comparably skilled players who share the similar interests using a personalized recommendation system.
More fun and rewarding competition against players you know are casual fans like you.