DraftValet, the top-ranked service in one-to-one personal strategy, advice and help for the fantasy sports player, is launching the latest version of its Q&A Lifeline and Roster Evaluator platforms just in time for the upcoming NFL season.
Available for iPhone and iPad devices, and on the company's website, fantasy sports players can easily tap into a national network of renowned fantasy sports experts trained for not only quick-response, but also thorough advice and analysis on teams, rosters, trades, injuries, as well as daily fantasy sports strategies.
The DraftValet Q&A Lifeline service has already amassed thousands of subscribers who rely on fast, professional advice on trades, fantasy football draft analysis, waiver wire considerations, roster reconstruction, internal league competitive positioning and finding competitive, timely bargains for daily fantasy players. Response time is rapid with paid subscribers receiving answers to questions in well under 60 minutes.
Just in time for football season, DraftValet's Roster Evaluator service allows subscribers to add their full roster at any point during the season to receive a graded score, from A to F, along with suggestions from one of DraftValet's elite experts on how to improve their fantasy team.
"There is more to fantasy football than knowing the players. It's about understanding the systems the coaches employ and what drives the stats," said Adam Ronis, DraftValet's Director of Content. "We'll tell you why things will happen and explain it thoroughly. We will get you the values and sleepers to give you an edge within the context of personally knowing your very own team and its needs."
Expert advice is also offered as one-on-one phone or web-conferencing strategy sessions, as well as live, onsite commentary and advice during a league's draft.
DraftValet Founder John Russell comments, "The explosive growth in the number of people playing fantasy sports is incredible. The industry is no longer just an activity for sports fanatics; it has entered the mainstream of our culture with nearly 60 million participants. The challenge for players, both new and old, is sorting through streams of information, looking for pearls of wisdom buried in statistics that are germane to the individual. With the DraftValet Q&A Lifeline, top-level advice and analysis is one-on-one, highly personal and confidential."
For football, DraftValet's Q&A Lifeline subscription comes free for the first two questions upon registration. Thereafter a subscriber can purchase a weekly pass ($4.99), monthly pass ($15.99) or a season pass ($49.99).
DraftValet is a subsidiary of Fantasy Sports Events LLC, the leading provider of luxury fantasy sports events that caters to individual, office and recreational leagues. Its Q&A Lifeline app for iOS was named one of the top fantasy sports apps by Time Inc. The company offers premium content and event services to give fantasy sports players the feel of a real professional draft. DraftValet offerings are available to leagues and teams in football, baseball, basketball, and hockey. http://www.draftvalet.com/