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Fantasy Esports Picks: Call of Duty Top DraftKings DFS Targets for June 19

This weekend we have a shorter downtime than usual heading into the Call of Duty League Paris Home Series. Let’s get right into the action as there is potential for lots of movement in the league’s leaderboards this week. Set your lineups here: COD $40K No-Scope [$10K…

This weekend we have a shorter downtime than usual heading into the Call of Duty League Paris Home Series. Let’s get right into the action as there is potential for lots of movement in the league’s leaderboards this week.

Set your lineups here: COD $40K No-Scope [$10K to 1st]


Captain

Dashy ($12,900) Optic Gaming Los Angeles has been improving and Dashy has been at the forefront of it all. He’s been the objective player grabbing up all the objective points he can. His K:D ratio has suffered due to his propensity to be in gunfights, however, he’ll make up for it with his objective plays.


Value Captain

Priestahh ($11,400)

While Priestahh hasn’t been the ultimate slayer, his objective play has come in handy with 330 seconds total on the Hardpoint. Nonetheless, Priestahh has been in a slump in the Slaying department. He’s due for a big event, and due to the matchups this week, it is more than possible.

Other to consider: Skrapz ($11,700)


Flex

Cellium ($9,200) Cellium has been sitting in the shadows but his stats indicate otherwise. He dealt a higher Slayer rating than any of his teammates at 90.72. While the only games he went negative were in Hardpoint, he averaged 55 seconds of time on the objective each game of Hardpoint the whole last event.


Value Flex


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C6X ($6,000)

While he had a wobbly couple of Hardpoint matches, CrimSix still pulled a positive K:D ratio in the other two modes. While a 0.96 K:D overall is not ideal, a $6,000 Salary for the winningest player in Call of Duty history is an opportunity to add some skill to your roster on a budget. This week can be a rebound for Crim, as many players around the league will be worrying about how to counter Shottzy, and not him.

Others to consider: Priestahh ($8,000)


Team

Dallas Empire ($2,200) With the showing Dallas was putting on last week, this team is looking like it could possibly come into this event as the team to beat. The Empire has a Rookie Of The Year Candidate in Shottzy playing out of his mind right now, with some of the best mentors in CrimSix and Clayster.


Value Team

London Royal Ravens ($1,600)

The Royal Ravens have yet to come away with an event win. This roster has improved in every event and looks to finally get that first victory. They have made it as far as a Grand Finals appearance, but could not close it out. This is a new home series, and most teams are on only a week of rest, whereas the Ravens are on three weeks. It will be interesting to see how that factors into the team’s placement.

Other to consider: Atlanta FaZe ($3,000)


Analysis by Dylan Mirabal


All views expressed are my own. I am an employee of DraftKings and am ineligible to play in public DFS contests.


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