We understand this concept of “multiplier” is probably foreign to you. You are used to the old, antiquated way of playing DFS which contains a salary cap. Here we are going to help you understand what the Multiplier game mode is and why it is the best way to play DFS.
To make this as easy as possible to understand, let’s start off with a photo of our NBA Draft group:
You can see that every player is assigned with a multiplier value instead of a salary cap value. The multiplier figure stands for the value a player’s point total will be multiplied by.
For example, if Lebron James scores 60 fantasy points, because his multiplier is 1.1X, his final total will be 66 fantasy points. If you look at the bottom of the page, you can see Chris Paul has a multiplier of 1.4X. If he scores 60 fantasy points, his final total will be 84 fantasy points because 60 x 1.4= 84. Instead of a salary cap figure, the multiplier is what differentiates the value each player has and evens the playing field.
Now, do you know why this is the best way to play DFS? Because it gives you literally NO limits when building a lineup. You have the freedom to build any lineup you want. If you want to build a team that is filled up with All-NBA players, you can do that:
Or you could go with players with higher multiplier players who don’t have to put up crazy stats for them to be good plays:
You could also do a mix of the higher multiplier players and the stars:
With multiplier, there is literally no limit on what you can do while making lineups. SuperDraft is proud to give YOU all of the flexibility in the world to have the most fun and easiest path to cash while playing the game mode that will change Daily Fantasy Sports.
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