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Start Your Blog & Win Cash This May

If you were looking to start your daily fantasy sports blog, the best time is NOW. With FanTeam introducing exciting new CS: GO daily fantasy tournaments with Dota and LoL soon to follow, we think it is high time for us to make you an offer as well. Albeit, we are asking you to fight with words.

We are happy to announce the Battle of Blogs! 

  • Best Blog — €200 
  • Runner-up — €100

Start a blog, update it regularly, make it interesting, cash in! The competition will end on May 31. We will announce the winners on Monday, June 1.

The winners to be selected by the Draftgym team with results will be published on our website and social media. 

That's not all, though. Top-5 users with the highest forums ranking (number of upvotes next to your comments) will get €10 each as our token of gratitude for being active. 

 

How to Make a Blog Interesting?

The most important thing is to write about something that captivates you! Be it football or cybersports! Feel free to share screenshots of your past fantasy sports heroics, memories of attending major sporting events, or your e-sports journey. Anything goes, really.

It doesn't matter if you have never started a blog before. All that matters is your interest and dedication. Many great communities started with people simply sharing their DFS stories, and we strongly believe this will be the case with DraftGym as well.

Some of our authors have launched their own blogs, feel free to engage them in conversation and ask questions while you are considering starting your own. 

A few topic ideas:

  • My DFS journey (describing your past feats, current plans, and future hopes)
  • A newbie's story (learn the hobby while writing about your first steps and asking for advice)
  • Sports expert (post analysis, graphs, stats for your favorite sport or team)
  • E-sports (with the real sport suspended, many are learning the new trade. Write about your discoveries)
  • Season-long fantasy (reflect on the suspended FPL season, make plans for future drafts)

If you're still not sure about a theme for your blog — get in touch with our editorial team, and we will happily pitch you some ideas, or help you polish some of your own.

Keep in mind that a blog must be dedicated to either fantasy sports or sports in general (e-sports is fine!).

Do not worry if English is not your native language, good content is what keeps people read the blog, not flawless grammar or punctuation. Remember, you may always ask for our assistance if need be. 

Good luck to you all and welcome to the forums!

Alexey Bobrov
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Alexey Bobrov

Alexey, also known as KJIIOIIIKA, has been playing daily fantasy football since 2015 on various European sites. Scratches his fantasy itch mostly on FanTeam, where he has a net profit of €6000+ with over 1300 tournaments played and a 50% ROI. FanTeam's 2018 World Championship of Fantasy Football finalist. As the chief editor at DraftGym, his mission is to help our young European fantasy community grow. A proud father of two, plays ice-hockey at the regional level, loves board games.