When RotoQL was launched in December of 2015 by number one daily fantasy sports player, Saahil Sud (formerly known as maxdalury), the DFS world was abuzz. Since the launch of RotoQL, its users have combined to win over $5.5 million. In this RotoQL review, we’ll take a look at
all of the features of this unique daily fantasy tool suite.
The RotoQL Lineup Optimizer Review
RotoQL sets itself apart from the majority of daily fantasy advice products. Most DFS help sites look to just repeat the same recycled DFS lineup advice. Unlike these sites, RotoQL gives you a platform to create your own unique lineup building strategies, with their suite of DFS tools.
RotoQL has created the worlds fastest daily fantasy lineup optimizer. The lineup optimizer can create up to 500 lineups in a matter of seconds for DraftKings, FanDuel, and Yahoo. The lineup optimizer supports NBA, NFL, NHL, and MLB contests.
Whether you’re the type of player who likes creating just one lineup, or the type to create mass lineups, RotoQL’s lineup optimizer is an incredibly beneficial tool to have in your arsenal.
On the games tab of RotoQL, you’re able to see detailed information for every game of your DFS slate.
The top of this section shows every game, as well as its start time, the projected scores of each team, and the over/under for the game.
Whichever game you have selected at the top of this section, will showed detailed information for the players in this game. Some of what this area shows is, expected starting lineups, players’ salaries, players’ projected fantasy points, and players’ fantasy floors and ceilings. You can also select players to lock, favorite, and exclude from this section.
The players section of RotoQL gives you all the information you could ever want, for every player in your day of contests. You can search for specific players or filter players by position.
Player information on this page include:
- Basic fantasy site information, like salary, price, and positional eligibility.
- Injury Status
- Minute averages for the season, last 5 games, and last 3 games
- Fantasy points for season, last 5 games, and last 3 Games
- Fantasy point ceiling and floors
- Fantasy points per minute for season, last 5 games,and last 3 games
- RotoQL player insights
- Projections and projected values
- Player Rest
On the projections section of RotQL you’re able to upload or edit your custom projections. You can also view RotoQL’s projections here (they come with all paid RotoQL packages) or view integrated projections from some of the industry’s top fantasy sources (must be purchased separately).
One of the coolest features of RotoQL is their insights section. The insights section grades players based off of their Vegas odds outlook, recent performances, and bargain price rating.
This section is a very useful tool for finding player picks, some who may be flying under the radar.
When you use the optimizer to create lineups, you’re able to save those lineups on RotoQL. In the saved lineups tab, you can view all of these saved lineups, as well as see your exposure to each player included in your lineups.
RotoQL offers 3 pricing options for $29.99, $59.99, or $99.99. Annual billing options are available to save money on all 3 of their pricing options. You can also test drive RotoQL with limited features for free.
Hopefully this RotoQL Review helped to show you all of the great features RotoQL has to offer. We highly recommend this innovative tool to any daily fantasy players looking to improve their DFS game.