FanDuel App Allows Easy Play On The Go

Fantasy sports in general have certainly evolved in the last few years. During the early stages, people had to play fantasy football and fantasy basketball by keeping their own score or sending selections in through the mail through some sort of prehistoric league. These days, it is certainly much easier to get a fantasy sports fix. There are numerous websites that offer standard season-long leagues, but FanDuel offers shorter, one day leagues for those who want to play fast, quick games on a nightly basis. The FanDuel App makes it easier than ever to get everything set up and ready to go.

Since players are signing up for just one day leagues, time is always limited. There are times in which people can’t get to a computer in order to set a roster full of players in time for the games to start. That is why the mobile app has been developed to allow a person to make all the changes they need. A person can sign up for a league and set the roster in a matter of minutes from any smart phone without having to sacrifice anything compared to the full website version.

Not only does FanDuel offer a platform to play with, but they also offer several links for people to check as far as statistics and match up numbers are concerned. This allows people to make an informed decision before randomly picking people out of the blue. Doing this all on the go can allow a person to even play in a league if they’re going to an actual game that night. It certainly beats having to find a computer with an Internet connection like people were forced to do less a decade ago.

Just like on the regular website, free games and paid games can be signed up for. This method of play is becoming more and more popular with those who play on FanDuel the most. Convenience is always going to win out, and that is probably why you do not see anyone these days mailing in fantasy basketball or fantasy football results like they did prior to the Internet taking off.

The above post was written by guest writer Matt Stevens. 


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