Welcome to ParlayPlay
Welcome to ParlayPlay. A new way to enjoy projecting your favorite players. ParlayPlay offers two exciting contests, More or Less and Hit It. More or Less is like it sounds and involves you projecting/predicting whether a particular set of players will hit More or Less in the statistic of choice. Hit It is a fantasy game where you attempt to predict what range of a particular statistic a player will Hit.
ParlayPlay offers contests for the NFL, NBA, MLB, World Cup, NHL, college football, college basketball, and combat sports. With such a wide range of offerings, there are sure to be intriguing contests for all.
What is ParlayPlay?
ParlayPlay is one of the hottest newest entrants to the DFS arena. The premise of their fantasy game is to make accurate predictions on your favorite players. There is more choice than typically seen, and this choice is one of ParlayPlay’s unique selling propositions. No more being stuck with bad lines. No one has any interest in or dealing with inflated numbers meant to trap fantasy gamers who lean toward the More at a higher clip than the Less. Choice equals freedom and an entertaining and competitive fantasy prediction game that is second to none.
How Does it Work?
More or Less allows you to choose two to four players to make predictions on. You also get to choose what statistic you make said prediction on, which is a game-changer for a fantasy site that offers parlays. Accurately predict More or Less on your chosen number of players to win cash. The More or Less contest also allows you to choose between full game lines, 1st half lines, or 2nd half lines. 2 correct picks nets you 3x, three picks nets you 5x, and four correct picks nets you 10x.
Hit It involves predicting stat ranges. The ranges vary from player to player and appear to be quarterback only for the NFL. This is a two prediction only contest and is only offered for the NFL. Make two correct predictions to net 6x, while one correct prediction will still net you 2x.
ParlayPlay has a leg up on its competition in several areas, but the one that may matter most to us, the users, is the ability to choose which line you want to play. What does this mean? As noted above, you get to choose between receiving yards, receptions, rushing yards, rushing TD’s, and receiving TD’s. And, of course, with quarterbacks, you can choose between completions, passing yards, touchdowns, interceptions, rushing yards, and rushing touchdowns. This changes everything as we are no longer stuck with lines we have absolutely no interest in, just to partake in a provider’s offerings. This freedom is why ParlayPlay will quickly become one of the go-to names in DFS projection games. Yes, this ‘freedom’ is restricted to their More or Less game, and as such, it is the contest we suggest to our readers. The Hit It game has some appeal if you have strong leans on non quarterbacks, but it does not make as much sense for QB’s and their wide and sometimes wild variance.
ParlayPlay is optimized for mobile, with their ‘website’ being something of a mobile import. They are sure to clean up the GUI of their website in time, but the suggestion here is, when and where possible, stick to the mobile app. It is smooth and designed well and will not leave users wanting in any area.
ParlayPlay is an exciting new DFS option that any fan of projection/prediction games should try out. The choice in their More or Less offering should quickly make them one of the leaders in the space and is what will draw users like us in. For those who have never tried projection/prediction games due to inflated lines and a lack of choice, ParlayPlay is the answer. Try ParlayPlay today to receive a $5 free play and a deposit match of up to $100.
Top Plays for Week 13
Tyreek Hill (WR – MIA): 90.5 receiving yards
One of the rare competitive receiving yard lines on the board, Tyreek Hill offers some value for Week 13. Tyreek is averaging 112.1 receiving yards per game on the season but has failed to hit more than 85 receiving yards in two straight games. This has kept the number from being inflated at ParlayPlay. Tyreek has hit 94 or more receiving yards in five of the six games he has seen double-digit targets in. The 49ers are a great team, but if they have one ‘hole’, it is at cornerback. Seven different receivers have hit at least 91 receiving yards against San Francisco, putting the elite Tyreek Hill in a fantastic position to hit the More this weekend at ParlayPlay.
Derrick Henry (RB – TEN): 13.5 receiving yards
Derrick Henry has been a consistent part of the passing game this season and should easily eclipse 13.5 receiving yards this week. He is averaging just 13.2 receiving yards per game this season, but the average has taken a major hit due to having three games with zero receptions. He has hit at least 14 receiving yards in three straight games, his second such streak of the season. Henry is coming off 79 receiving yards in Week 12 and is sure to see some more passing game work, especially if the Titans fall behind the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday as expected. Despite splitting passing game work, look for Henry to hit the More against an Eagles team allowing 28.7 receiving yards per game to the running back position.
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