Twitter, if you aren’t on there, get on there!
Firstly, start by following Fantasy Stars. Twitter is a terrific FREE resource for sports and racing bettors and most importantly, for DFS players.
Information is king and the more sources of free, quality information you can get your hands on the better right?
Adam Levitan @adamlevitan
Adam is a DraftKings analyst. Co-host of The Daily Fantasy Football Edge podcast, writer for Fantasy Labs and RotoGrinders contributor. He’s also a two-time FSWA award winner.
Expect to get DFS related stats, news, reviews, previews and opinions from his Twitter feed.
He covers a stack of areas in his timeline including NFL, NBA, MLB and PGA but without doubt, Football seems to be his go to weapon. Thinking of trying a Moneyball NFL contest this year? Give Adam a follow, you won’t regret it!
TY Hilton in the last 16 regular-season games Andrew Luck has fully played: 82 catches, 1504 yards, 10 TDs.
— Adam Levitan (@adamlevitan) June 27, 2016
Tony Corke @MatterOfStats
If you like Australian Rules Football and playing AFL DFS than this guy is worth a follow.
“The Matter Of Stats website (aka MAFL Online) is mostly concerned with predicting and analysing results of games of Australian Rules Football (AFL games)”.
He’s one of the best stats guys when it comes to AFL on Twitter and by following him you’ll pick up lots of little helpful insights along the journey.
Post R14 Dance of the AFL 18
(Details tomorrow night) pic.twitter.com/ymev2P9OMc
— Tony Corke (@MatterOfStats) June 26, 2016
Fantasy Labs @FantasyLabsNBA @FantasyLabsMLB @FantasyLabsNFL @FantasyLabsGolf
Fantasy Labs are no nonsense providers of vital information. They’ll tweet out all of those important late lineup changes across sports such as Golf, NBA, NFL, MLB and NHL.
They’ll also post some information about new projected lineups and injuries to players in all sports. It’s short, sharp and simple snippets of information that is very important in your timeline.
Lineup note: Thunder will start Russ, Roberson, Durant, Ibaka, Adams on Monday.
— FantasyLabs NBA (@FantasyLabsNBA) May 17, 2016
PGA Tour @PGATOUR
Yes, the official Twitter account for the PGA tour is a must follow. DFS Golf in Australia has exploded onto the scene with FanSports leading the charge and many Australian fantasy sports enthusiasts are jumping on board.
The PGA Tour crew do a terrific job of providing tournament previews and reviews whilst also mixing in some great video content when the events are on. You’ll learn more about the players and course nuances and make more competitive DFS golf lineups in no time!
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) June 28, 2016
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) June 28, 2016
Moneyball NBA contests are a favourite of ours and this next guy will help tighten up those lineups for you!
Sean Koerner @TheOddsmaker
Apart from owning the title of perhaps the most badass Twitter handle, Sean also is a 4-time FSTA winner for most accurate MLB and NFL player projections. He’s the director of predictive analytics for Stats.com and was the number one ranked FantasyPros NFL expert through 2013-15.
Sean dabbles in most American fantasy sports with NBA, NFL and MLB his main focus.
Australian DFS players could learn a lot from following Sean’s timeline as he posts opinions and daily updates on the DFS slates. He also interacts with many of his 10k followers so if you have some questions, fire them his way!
C’mon PJ Hairston, just give me like 15 points tonight and I will be happy, 30+ and I’ll buy your jersey.
— Sean Koerner (@The_Oddsmaker) March 8, 2016
In coming weeks we will take it a step further and put together some Twitter lists by each sport for DFS players.