DraftPot FREE Entry to $10,000 Contest

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Gridiron Experts is teaming up with DraftPot in week 5 to give our readers an exclusive FREE entry into a $10,000 contest.

This contest has over 700 prizes and only has 3,600 available spots (filling up fast).

DraftPot is very different than other Daily sites in the fact you don’t have to worry about drafting players under a fantasy budget, you just pick who you want.

I included a few screen shots of their platform below including a walk through to get your free entry and links and background info to the company itself.

Here are the Steps to get a FREE Access

  • Step 1: Click here an signup, make sure you use the Promo code: GRIDIRON 
  • Step 2: Then click on “My contests”
  • Step 3: Then click on Reserved


Here’s a screenshot to get your free entry

Free Contest

Who is Draftpot?

  • In May, Joey Levy was focused on finishing his sophomore year of studies at Columbia University. A couple of his friends were concurrently wrapping up their junior year final examinations at the Ivy League institution. Levy and his two friends are no longer enrolled at Columbia. They are taking time off to pursue a passion project called Draftpot, a daily fantasy sports startup that seeks to rival the likes of FanDuel and DraftKings. It just recently raised $2.2 million to help with user acquisition and global expansion… Read more (Forbes.com)
  • “We paid out $220,000 in prizes our first football weekend,” Levy said. “We’re well on our way by the end of December of paying a million dollars.”… Read more (ABC News)
  • Listen to a interesting media report at Bloomberg on DraftPot

DraftPot Preview

What’s cool about Draftpot is the layout, you can change it to a Grid view or list view. They also have a monster starting lineup for all contests. This gives you an advantage so that way other players in your lineup can carry a dud player who isn’t performing. The starting lineup includes:


Draft a Lineup


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