For those hesitant to take the leap into the daily world, or newbies looking for a friendly start, I’d recommend Statclash as a place to go first. The on-screen tutorials and instructions make it super easy to get started. They hold your hand graphically on everything from how to sign up for free to how to use the lobby. Registration is as fast as Billy Hamilton going from first to third. Once you’re in, they even point you to where to view your account and how to get to the game lobby. It’s so easy, even I can compete in a World Cup free roll.
And that’s exactly what I did. Using the clickable buttons in the lobby I was quickly and easily registered in the $10 World Cup Free Roll. The buttons made sorting super easy in terms of what games and entry fees I was looking for. Because I know as much about soccer as Tony Romo does about the Super Bowl, I lifted a lot of picks from a real RotoExpert on the subject. I was registered and had a team submitted in less than 15 minutes.
I’ll be playing baseball on Statclash very soon. I know that sport a lot better and with my hectic schedule, I’ll be able to pop my lineup in and keep moving. Statclash is also great for the very busy person who wants to keep playing Daily Fantasy games. But for those just getting started, follow my path to getting registered and involved. And make sure you study much more than I did for the World Cup game. Yet the fact even I was able to compete here in a soccer game shows you just how welcoming the Statclash experience can be.