An early release of lineup information in a DraftKings contest is raising questions about the transparency of the burgeoning daily fantasy industry.

(Associated Press) - An early release of lineup information in a DraftKings contest is raising questions about the transparency of the burgeoning daily fantasy industry.

Submitted by: Anonymous on October 05, 2015

Over the weekend, CNBC posed the question: Which creates more winners, online poker or Daily Fantasy Sports while further wondering whether the later is truly more skill-based than Web poker.

Submitted by: Aaron Goldstein on October 05, 2015
Daily Fantasy F***ed: The Dreaded DraftKings Player Lineup Data Leak

Making the rounds of news in recent days is a player lineup data leak that occurred at DraftKings.com

The controversy surrounds insider access to such information that has some crying foul as it pertains to one of the most venerable companies in Daily Fantasy Sports today.

Submitted by: Anonymous on October 04, 2015
Some Top Daily Fantasy NFL Picks for Week 4

DFS911.com has your top Daily Fantasy NFL picks for Week 4.  Be sure to check out Star Fantasy Leagues for some competitive contests with a better chance at winning than at DraftKings or FanDuel.  The leading provider of Daily Fantas Sports software platforms. 

Quarter Backs

Submitted by: Dan Shapiro on October 03, 2015

Attorney Jeff Ifrah discusses the explosive eSports sector and its entry into the U.S. Fantasy market.

Submitted by: CCostigan on October 02, 2015

The Miami Dolphins have not shined protecting against the run.  Enter New York Jets running backs Chris Ivory and Bilal Powell.

Ivory ($4.8K) is coming off an injury and is expected to split the work week with Powell ($3.7K) against the Dolphins.

Powell rushed 10 times for 31 yards and caught 7-of-8 targets for 44 yards in the Jets' Week 3 loss to Philadelphia.

Submitted by: Don Shapiro on October 01, 2015

Alex Reimer, in a piece this week for Forbes.com, argues that the National Football League embracing of Daily Fantasy Sports crosses the lines of hypocrisy

Submitted by: CCostigan on September 30, 2015

In a sign that Daily Fantasy Sports is running afoul of some entities, the SEC Network announced this weekend that they would no longer permit DFS advertisements.

Submitted by: Dan Shapiro on September 28, 2015

DFS911.com has been studying some solid Daily Fantasy NFL picks for Week 3.  We list a few below.

Patriots running back Dion Lewis ($4.2K) has been dominating but he’s also had a few too many fumbles.  He could end up seeing more touches than LeGarrette Blount over the remainder of this season.  Lewis is a good option against Jacksonville Sunday.

Submitted by: Don Shapiro on September 26, 2015

DFS911.com will always be looking for that edge when it comes to your Daily Fantasy Sports NFL options.  Today we look at the Panthers, Texans, Saints, Steelers.

Carolina Panthers -

Pros: Solid starting quarterback in Cam Newton

Cons: Not a threat against running backs.

Submitted by: Don Shapiro on September 23, 2015

A look into one of the largest Daily Fantasy Sports sites, DraftKings, by the Massachusetts Attorney General may at first seem like a scary thing.  That is until we learn that DraftKings itself helped to initiate the process.

Submitted by: Aaron Goldstein on September 22, 2015
Financial Times: Why Daily Fantasy Sports Games are for Suckers

The Financial Times of London featured a report Monday claiming that Daily Fantasy Sports are for suckers….and they are probably right.  Granted some of these suckers end up walking away with millions of dollars.

Submitted by: Aaron Goldstein on September 21, 2015

Oddsmakers have given the Cowboys vs. Eagles game the highest total of any other this weekend, meaning they anticipate plenty of scoring.  This should be music to the ears of DFS players.

So where is all this production expected to come from?

Submitted by: CCostigan on September 19, 2015

DFS911.com has a few Daily Fantasy NFL plays to start you off for week 2.  All prices courtesy of Star Fantasy Leagues.

Submitted by: Don Shapiro on September 19, 2015

The New York Times featured a story on Thursday questioning this past weekend’s ad blitz by the two big Daily Fantasy Sports companies, FanDuel and DraftKing, with a headline that reads: “An Ad Blitz for Fantasy Sports Games, but Some See Plain Old Gambling”.

Submitted by: CCostigan on September 17, 2015

(Associated Press) - Think wagering $20 to win $1 million by picking a winning combination of NFL players for a fantasy team this Sunday is gambling? The league says it isn't.

So do fast-growing daily fantasy sports companies like DraftKings and FanDuel that offer the games and advertise with the long gambling-adverse pro football organization.

Submitted by: Anonymous on September 14, 2015
Internet sites that offer you the chance to play daily fantasy sports are all the rage these days in America, and the industry is exploding.

Internet sites that offer you the chance to play daily fantasy sports are all the rage these days in America, and the industry is exploding.

Lots of companies are getting into the act and lots of money is being made.

Submitted by: Thomas Somach on September 13, 2015

Gambling911.com has your St. Louis Rams Daily Fantasy Football picks for 2015 with early season pricing courtesy of StarFantasyLeagues.com and subject to change.

Submitted by: Don Shapiro on September 11, 2015

Gambling911.com has your San Francisco 49ers Daily Fantasy Football picks for 2015 with early season pricing courtesy of StarFantasyLeagues.com and subject to change.

Submitted by: Don Shapiro on September 11, 2015
New York Jets Daily Fantasy Football Picks 2015: Chris Ivory

Gambling911.com has your New York Jets Daily Fantasy Football picks for 2015 with early season pricing courtesy of StarFantasyLeagues.com and subject to change.

Priced at just $4.1K, Ivory appears to be the lead tailback for the Jets entering this season. 

Submitted by: Vito Conti on September 11, 2015

DFS.com has your Indianapolis Colts Daily Fantasy Football picks for 2015 with early season pricing courtesy of StarFantasyLeagues.com and subject to change.

Luck comes at a steep price thanks to his top 3 fantasy QB status.  We are looking at $8.3K most sites. 

You will want to be on Luck for Week 3 against Tennessee as he managed nearly 40 fantasy points against them early last season.

A less expensive alternative would be wide receiver Andre Johnson, priced at around $6K. 

Submitted by: Don Shapiro on September 10, 2015
Green Bay Packers Daily Fantasy Football Picks 2015: Aaron Rodgers, Jeff Janis

DFS.com has your Green Bay Packers Daily Fantasy Football picks for 2015 with early season pricing courtesy of StarFantasyLeagues.com and subject to change.

We all know that starting quarterback Aaron Rodgers ranks among the top five fantasy QBs in the league but he also comes at a price: $8.5K on average at the top Daily Fantasy Sports sites.

Knowing the injuries that are stacking up for Green Bay, one might wish to consider wide receiver Jeff Janis, priced at just $3K.

Submitted by: Don Shapiro on September 10, 2015

Rochester, New York-based and DFS911.com endorsed Daily Fantasy Sports site Star Fantasy Leagues announced it will be holding its inaugural $150,000 online Fantasy Football Championship for 2015.

The worldwide leader in white label software for Daily Fantasy Sports operators, Star Fantasy Leagues will award a grand prize of $50,000 to the first place winner on December 27. 

Submitted by: Aaron Goldstein on September 08, 2015

The New England Patriots starting quarterback Tom Brady Daily Fantasy NFL salary had him priced at $7.7K.  Brady will be playing in all games this season barring any injury.

The Week 1 game versus Pittsburgh, as one would expect, is not one we would recommend selecting Brady.

Submitted by: Nick Albano on September 07, 2015
Legality of Daily Fantasy Sports Questioned in State of Michigan: Some Sites Cut Ties

StarDrafts.com, the new Daily Fantasy Sports brand originating as a result of Amaa Gaming’s purchase of Austin-based Victiv.com, has announced its move to forbid Michigan residents from accessing the site.

Submitted by: Aaron Goldstein on September 06, 2015

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