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Daily Fantasy Sports Site Reviews

Learn how to choose the best daily fantasy sports site for you.

Available Sports:  NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, PGA Golf, NCAA Basketball, NCAA Football
DraftKings has quickly become the fastest growing daily fantasy sports site and is cemented as the second largest site in the industry behind FanDuel. Based out of Boston and started early in 2012, Jason Robins, Paul Liberman, and Matt Kalish took their VistaPrint success and brought it over to daily fantasy sports.
Available Sports:  NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, NCAA Basketball, NCAA Football
FanDuel is known as the most popular daily fantasy sports gaming site in the industry. Started in January 2009, initially as a web-based prediction market game, they switched gears in July 2009 to become a daily fantasy sports gaming site. FanDuel has the largest live events, prize pool tournaments, and player base.
Available Sports:  NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, NCAA Football
Founded in 2012, Fantasy Aces is a leading daily fantasy sports website located in Aliso Viejo, CA. Fantasy Aces' expanded rosters, unique contest offerings, personalized customer service, and live events have set them apart from other daily fantasy sports sites.
Available Sports:  NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, PGA Golf, NCAA Football
Draftday is an up and coming fantasy gaming site, as it moves away from the traditional season-long sports style, and instead offers daily contests with more flexibility for users. Draftday has users draft a new team everyday, eliminating the opportunity to be stuck with a bad team for the long haul.
Available Sports:  NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL
SideLeague is a Chicago based company steadily establishing itself as a mobile-only alternative to the daily fantasy sports giants through its sleek mobile design, revolutionary no salary cap format, and ability to avoid the sharks through smaller 25 person contests with no multiple entries.
Available Sports:  NFL, MLB, NBA, PGA
FantasyHub is a unique daily fantasy sports platform with a one-of-a-kind tilt towards charity. What sets FantasyHub apart from the pack is the last, and possibly most important, draft pick every player makes; what charity receives a percentage of his/her winnings (a percentage that ranges from as low as 1% to 100%).