Josh DeMaio has been writing for the DraftKings Playbook since the beginning, starting back in 2012. He contributes to the playbook in all sports as well as handling promotions for the DK Playbook.
Born and raised in Miami, FL., football has been a part of Armando’s life since before he could remember. He has been participating in fantasy football leagues for the past ten years and began his journey as a fantasy football writer in 2009, when he launched my own website. Armando currently writes for a couple of sites. His goal is to provide readers with the most accurate information possible to help them succeed in their leagues.
Geoff Ulrich hails from Canada, and he focuses most of his spare time on Daily Fantasy Sports, with an eye on Daily Fantasy Golf, Football and Hockey. His username is wavegoodbye on DraftKings. He writes weekly previews and strategy articles focusing on Daily Fantasy Golf to help his readers decipher the important statistics and trends in a given week. He enjoys mocking NFL coaching decisions, watching golfers choke under pressure and pretty much everything about daily fantasy sports.
Julian Edlow is a Boston based sports journalist and personality. Prior to contributing to the DraftKings Playbook, DKTV and DK Live, he covered the Boston Celtics as a blogger/reporter for WEEI.com, CLNSRadio.com and CelticsLife.com. His work has also appeared on ESPN.com and HoopsRumors.com. Since contributing to DK, Julian has covered both news and DFS related topics across all major sports. You can find his NBA, NFL and MLB articles on the DK Playbook. Julian also serves as an analyst on the DK Live app, where you can find his work covering up to the minute injury and lineup news. In addition, he’s been a personality on DKTV, hosting brief DFS segments, along with analyzing slates and reporting news on DK Pre Lock Live.
Steve Buchanan hails from the Boston area and attended the Connecticut School of Broadcasting. Steve has a huge passion for fantasy baseball and football and will talk about it to almost anyone, even if they don’t care. Steve’s career highlights include playing in a media hockey game at Fenway Park, where he was crushed into the boards by former New England Patriot Tight End, Jermaine Wiggins.
A New England transplant now in Chicagoland, Ryan covers both DFS & season-long MLB & NFL for TheFantasyFix and Sporting News. His weekly Baseball Fix and Football Fix Podcasts can be found on ITunes, Stitcher, or TheFantasyFix.com. Also, he can still run a sub 5 40-yard dash. Follow him on Twitter, @RyNoonan.
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Schuyler Redpath is a Major League Soccer fantasy expert hailing from Birmingham, AL. Redpath played college soccer at Oakland City University in southern Indiana, where he still holds the all-time goal scoring record dating back to 2003. Aside from enjoying craft beer and barbecue, he can be found on the youth soccer field coaching his sons. He also contributes to RotoWire.com and MLSsoccer.com, where he finished Top 10 overall in their fantasy game for five straight years.
Pearce is a huge NASCAR fan, but he’s not the typical NASCAR fan. He’s much more into the analytics of the sport than the lifestyle, and nothing escapes his irreverent approach to life. He’s covered Fantasy NASCAR for several websites over the last three seasons.
Jason is graduate of the University of Florida and has covered the Atlanta Hawks since 2000 for RealGM and SBNation. You can find him on Twitter @JasonWalkerRoto and in the DFS community as jaywalker72. He’s been playing fantasy sports forever, is passionate about the game & future of DFS and stoked to be contributing at DraftKings. DFS work can be found at Razzball, the community at RotoGrinders and, of course, in the DraftKings Playbook.
Adam spent the previous six seasons covering football for Rotoworld. He won the Fantasy Sports Writers Association award for Best Series in both 2009 and 2011, and ESPN’s overall fantasy football title in 2000. He began focusing on DFS in 2014, and became a leading contributor through note-worthy columns and on-air work.
Adam will be headlining a brand new podcast and contributing daily to the Playbook and DKTV.
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Jamie Hinks has been writing content for online platforms for over five years after graduating from the University of Brighton with a degree in Sport Journalism. He currently works full time as staff writer for DraftKings over in the United Kingdom and writes a variety of soccer content for the DraftKings Playbook in between willing Crystal Palace to qualify for an unlikely Champions League spot and reading up on every soccer stat out there.
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Adam Martin is a sports journalist specializing in mixed martial arts. He also has a keen interest in baseball, basketball, American football, and hockey. Adam holds a Bachelor of Arts with Honours from the University of Toronto where he majored in History and minored in Geography and American Studies. He later completed his post-graduate studies in Sports Journalism at Centennial College. Adam has since gone on to write about MMA for a number of websites. He also co-hosted numerous MMA shows. In addition, he worked as a Social Media Producer at The Toronto Star. To contact Adam, tweet him @MMAdamMartin or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stephie Haynes has been a member of MMA media since late 2005. She has hosted several popular podcasts including a 5 year stint with TapouT Radio and currently hosts the fan favorite show, The Three Amigos Podcast. She has written for both print and online media and has been a staff writer for BloodyElbow.com since April, 2012. Stephie used to contribute to Kountermove.com, and she now contributes to the DraftKings Playbook.
Reed Kuhn is a Silicon Valley-based strategy consultant, entrepreneur, and ESPN Insider. He is also the author of “Fightnomics,” the first book to examine statistical trends in the fast growing sport of Mixed Martial Arts. He Tweets MMA stats, graphs, and new culinary simulation outputs.
Mookie Alexander joined the BloodyElbow.com writing staff in July 2012, and became an associate editor in February 2015. He’s also the co-host of the Three Amigos Podcast (along with Stephie Haynes and Iain Kidd) and makes frequent national and regional radio guest appearances during major UFC fight weeks. In addition to his passion for MMA, he’s also an avid fan of football (go Seahawks!), basketball, track and field, soccer, boxing and a casual follower of ice hockey and tennis. Mookie can be reached on Twitter at @mookiealexander.
Matt Kalish is Chief Revenue Officer and co-founder of DraftKings, a leading Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS) destination that has become the fastest-growing company in the industry since its launch in 2012. Kalish, a lifelong fan of real-time fantasy and strategy games, combined his experience in corporate analytics and e-commerce to become the “game master” of DraftKings. In a short span, he has led his team to go beyond the industry standards of football, basketball, and baseball, breaking new ground in NASCAR, golf and mixed martial arts DFS.
Zach has been playing fantasy sports since he was in high school on the island of Guam when he totaled up the fantasy football scores each Tuesday from the box scores in the newspaper. He covered fantasy football, baseball, basketball, hockey and golf for the FanSided network for eight years before contributing to DK Live and the DraftKings Playbook. He currently lives in Central Massachusetts where he enjoys time with his family and works in photography and video production when not engulfed in all things DFS. Zach is a huge Boston sports fan, but he’ll find DFS value from any team, even if it is the Yankees.
Greg is a former stand up comedian who quit telling jokes to pursue a career in the world of DFS. He starting playing fantasy sports in 6th grade. Outside of contributing to the DK Playbook and DK Live, Greg also writes basketball content for Basketball Monster and co-hosts a baseball DFS podcast called “Foul Balls.”
Alex Rikleen is a former math teacher who left education to pursue his life-long dream of becoming an analyst for a hobby he picked up as an adult. He started covering fantasy sports for RotoWire in 2013 and has been a Fantasy Sports Writers Award finalist. He’s a Boston native and a Boston College graduate.
Andy’s been passionately following the NFL for as long as he can remember. As a sports TV/radio host, play-by-play broadcaster and writer for over 12-years, Andy has turned his passion for fantasy football into a career at TSN in Toronto. He hosts the NFL fantasy show “TSN 4-Downs,” is a fantasy football guest analyst across Canada on TSN Radio and wrote fantasy columns for TSN.ca. Andy is a FSWA member and also a die hard Browns fan…but don’t hold that against him.