It’s Sunday in the dead of summer. You’re worn out from the week and want to relax. Daily Fantasy Sports and a couple hours in front of TV sound good. The problem is that you can only watch one game, and you didn’t pick any of those players. It’s the fall, and you’ve built a daily fantasy football lineup at DraftKings, but again, you can only watch one game on TV.
Daily Fantasy NASCAR is a different viewing experience than any other daily fantasy sport. Every race is on a basic TV package. Every player that you’ve picked is in the same game. You do not need expensive TV packages or separate TV screens to follow your team. You do not have to invest a whole day because after three hours, the race is over. You don’t have to wait for early games, late games, and west coast games.
Daily Fantasy NASCAR is the premier experiential DFS contest. You can sweat every pick at once without juggling a remote or mouse. NASCAR DFS is built for TV and players sweating their picks.
Anyone Can Be Successful at Daily Fantasy NASCAR
Do you ever feel like it’s too hard to master Daily Fantasy Sports, or your job gets in the way of your DFS dreams? There are 750 MLB players to research. Give or take, there are 300 NFL players to research. In Daily Fantasy NASCAR, you only have to research 43 drivers and you only have to make five picks.
If you’re new to Daily Fantasy Sports, NASCAR is DFS light. This shouldn’t be taken as a pejorative. DFS light simply means that it’s easy to dive into daily fantasy NASCAR. Rookie players can be successful early on, and the viewing experience is lighter. NASCAR DFS players still experience exhilaration and tilt, but the action is quicker and less time consuming. NASCAR is a Red Bull, and traditional daily fantasy sports are a cup of coffee.
NASCAR is the perfect Daily Fantasy Sport for novice players and experts looking for experiential daily fantasy sports action.
Continue Reading NASCAR Training Camp
NASCAR Rookie – Lesson 01 – Welcome to Daily Fantasy NASCAR
NEXT LESSON – NASCAR Rookie – Lesson 02 – Stats to Start
NASCAR Rookie – Lesson 03 – Scoring Tips and Tricks
NASCAR Rookie – Lesson 04 – Using Player Cards to Build Lineups