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Play on Draftstreet

Sign up at DraftstreetHey Punch Drunkards! PDW is now involved with the Draftstreet recruiting program. Draftstreet is a fantasy sports site that allows you to play in freeroll and pay fantasy leagues of your choice. Below is a little bit about it…

If you love Fantasy Sports, then DraftStreet is for you. DraftStreet takes everything you love about Fantasy Sports and lets you play every night in many leagues including our popular money leagues where you get to play fantasy sports for cash prizes! At DraftStreet, you get to sign up for a league based on your sport, draft style, duration, size, and entry fee. Once you’ve joined a league, you don’t have to worry about finding other users to play against because everyone else can easily join through the same lobby. You’ll love our daily fantasy sports!

At DraftStreet, you can currently join fantasy leagues for NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, PGA, NCAA FB, and NCAA BB. For each of these sports, you can play in free leagues or our fantasy sports money leagues and either draft your teams through a traditional, snake draft or through the salary cap format. With the salary cap format, you don’t have to wait for others to join the fantasy sports league and you can pick a team in under 5 minutes. With a snake format, you must wait for others to fill up the fantasy league before drafting, but can enter the draft room right away to queue up your players. League sizes range from 2 users to 20 users to guaranteed prize pool leagues, which allow for over 500 entries. The entry fees range from free to $2 to $420. With all of the league variations, there’s something for everyone!

Click here or create an account with the promo code “PDW” to get 30% bonus on deposits for pay leagues.

K. Smelser About K. Smelser
Kelly Smelser is Owner/Senior Writer for Punch Drunk Wonderland and PDFantasy Sports. Architect of the PDW fantasy football world and general spinster of NFL and Fantasy Football news and analysis. Long walks on the beach, sunsets, and other such niceties are also fine...

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