The Huntsmen enter Friday's slate as the most well-known of the bunch, but does that make them DFS options? Joe Bartel breaks down the possibility of fading Scump and company, despite entering as favorites.
Just how invested should you be in the twin duo of Skrapz and Wuskin? Joe Bartel suggests there is only one course of action for Thursday's slate and it features both of the London Royal Ravens stars.
Octane is the highest priced player on Wednesday's slate, but is he worth paying up? Joe Bartel breaks down the inaugural 2020 Call of Duty World Championship action.
At a glance the favorites certainly look to have an advantage Sunday, but Joe Bartel details the possibility of Dallas and Atlanta potentially playing it safe, opening up DFS opportunities for the bold.
Joe Bartel breaks down Saturday's four-game slate, highlighting the FaZe/Empire matchup as one to invest into for DFS users.
RotoWire's Joe Bartel breaks down Friday's four-game Call of Duty slate, including why fantasy players may be best off avoiding the Chicago Huntsmen.
It's Championship Sunday, with Florida and Dallas squaring off in a pivotal matchup for DFS users.
Joe Bartel examines an intriguing four-game slate which features a heavyweight matchup between the Empire and Subliners.
Joe Bartel runs through Friday's four-game slate, focusing on the likes of Octane and company, who should be in for a battle against the Royal Ravens.
Joe Bartel breaks down the two-game slate, paying special attention to the first battle between FaZe and the Huntsmen in 2020.
Joe Bartel breaks down Saturday's four-game slate, with an eye on the opening two matchups which should be fairly competitive.
RotoWire's Joe Bartel breaks down Friday's four-game Call of Duty slate, including which game could be the best pivot away from the highly owned Atlanta vs. Chicago stacks.
The four best teams entering the Paris Home Series will all square off Sunday, but can Clayster and company erase last week's dismal reverse sweep? Joe Bartel thinks the Empire have a chance to exact revenge.
Joe Bartel tries his hand at predicting the favorites in a difficult four-game set Saturday, with a number of players from the Mutineers standing out as legitimate options.
RotoWire's Joe Bartel breaks down Friday's four-game Call of Duty slate, including why fantasy players are likely best off fading the Atlanta Faze.
Two overwhelming favorites make up Sunday's two-game slate, but Joe Bartel hints that the DAL/FLA matchup could be the preferred target for DFS users.
It's time for another Saturday Call of Duty slate, as Joe Bartel tackles a four-game rundown which should feature heavy usage of the Surge's Octane.
Joe Bartel walks through the four-game Friday slate heading into the Minnesota home stand, pinpointing the Dallas Empire as a lineup that should have plenty of DFS promise.
FormaL and the rest of the Huntsmen are considering prohibitive favorites Sunday, but does that mean they are the smart choice for DFS users? Joe Bartel discusses the problem in the two-game slate.
Players who used Zer0 in Friday's lineup struck gold, but will the former Subliners slayer be able to replicate the feat in a more difficult Saturday matchup? Joe Bartel discusses the four-game slate.
RotoWire's Joe Bartel previews Friday's four-game Call of Duty on DraftKings, including some key value plays to help pay up for expensive pieces from Minnesota.
Joe Bartel suggest Huke might not be a bad pivot if DFS owners want to move away from the predictably high ownership rates of Clayster and others in Sunday's prime-time matchup between the Huntsmen and Empire.
Joe Bartel runs through Saturday's four-game slate, identifying a handful of likely suspects who should run through their competition.
Joe Bartel breaks down DraftKings' first Call of Duty action, a four-game slate that should have plenty of fantasy players looking toward the Chicago Huntsmen.
RotoWire's Joe Bartel breaks down Call of Duty and explains what type of players should be targeted on DraftKings.
RotoWire's Joe Bartel breaks down DraftKings' new simulated Madden 20 contests, including why some of the most important aspects of the game may not matter as much in DFS contests.
Joe Bartel sits down with Madden NFL Competitive Gaming Commissioner to discuss the Madden Championships Series and how he sees the scene progressing.
Joe Bartel takes a look at the newest installment in the Madden franchise and reflects on his nostalgia-driven thoughts of past iterations of the game.
Joe Bartel takes a look at EA's Connected Franchise Deep Dive to see if Madden's immortal game mode is truly on the up-and-up.
The CWL Seattle Open acts as a tune up to the start of Stage 2 of the CWL Pro League, with a handful of faces taking part on their new teams. Joe Bartel touches on who he expects to advance into the upper bracket come Sunday.
Joe Bartel tackles an impossible task of predicting who wins Friday's opening round playoff games, with at least one CWL 2018 tournament winner getting the nod to move on.
Joe Bartel dissects the CWL Birmingham pools, emphasizing a potential upset in Pool D.
Joe Bartel talks with Andy Akers about a wide variety of things during an extra-long RML offseason, including the idea to bring players from Madden 18 to the next iteration of the game, and how he classifies a "good" draft pick.
Joe Bartel takes a look at an intriguing trade made in the NFC, with the 49ers giving up JJ Watt and David Johnson to an Eagles squad thirsty for playoff contention.
Joe Bartel touches on two teams who put together a fantastic 2020 RML offseason, both of which selected superstar development players in the first round.
Joe Bartel is back to talk about his favorite Madden franchise, highlighting an onerous trade proposal by the Browns and Redskins.
After multiple years toiling in mediocrity, Team Kaliber, an organization best known for its streaming presence, is creating a new identity built upon underdogs and teamwork.
Joe Bartel is back with another edition of his "Who Needs it More" rankings heading into CWL New Orleans.
Joe Bartel touches on a handful of poor moves during the 2019 RML offseason.
Joe Bartel touches on the winners of an insanely hectic 2019 RML offseason, sans free agency.
Joe Bartel ranks which teams need a win at CWL Dallas the most, highlighting a Team Kaliber squad that has surprised many to begin the season.
Joe Bartel dives deep into the Madden's regression system to decide whether AJ Green or Alshon Jeffery is a better long term asset in RML.
Joe Bartel and Christiaan Kutlik reflect on the major changes made to the CWL, and look forward to the bright future of competitive Call of Duty.
Joe Bartel took a break on the eve of the 2018 RML NFL Draft to discuss a handful of prospects, including the divisive Preston Chocolately.
Joe Bartel takes another look at the RML, detailing his first postseason loss as well as Kentucky Cupcake's run towards a Super Bowl victory.
After perusing the AFC landscape, Joe Bartel takes a gander at the NFC, highlighting a handful of notable records and achievements by teams in the RML.
Joe Bartel examines the AFC conference with the inaugural Madden 18 RML season coming to a close.
Joe Bartel discusses the issue with the concept of "cheese" within video games, highlighting a few perceived instances in the Reddit Madden League.
Joe Bartel talks about his experiences in a user-only Madden franchise, including his humiliating Week 1 loss.
With the CWL Championship in the bag, Joe Bartel looks back at the dominance of OpTic Gaming throughout the weekend.