Team FantasyLabs is a collection of some of the top pro players and minds in the daily fantasy sports industry. Find out why this elite group utilizes FantasyLabs as their DFS research hub.
Meet the Team
Bcalicore is a GPP specialist and one of the best tournament DFS players in the world. He finished 2nd in the 2016 FanDuel Playboy Fantasy Baseball Championship, 3rd in the 2016 FanDuel Basketball Championship, and turned in four of the top five lineups in both the $100k and $200k FanDuel Survivor Finals.
Andres Alvarez has his masters degree in Computer Science from CSU. He worked as a software developer at companies like HP, IBM, and Google before becoming a full-time DFS pro. He was a RotoGrinders top 7 Tournament Player of the Year in 2014 and has been to 16 live finals, including a record 12 FanDuel championships.
TheClone finished 4th for the RotoGrinders Player of Year in 2014, 3rd in 2015, and is 7th in their all-time ratings. In 2015, he finished 4th in the DraftKings Fantasy Baseball Championship and was the winner of two FanDuel regional tournaments in New York and San Francisco.
Peter Jennings (aka CSURAM88) is a high-stakes DFS pro, DraftKings analyst, and a two-time world champion. He cashed in on the first six-figure prize in 2012 when he won the FFFC for $150k, as well as $1 million in the first DraftKings live final in the Bahamas. Peter has qualified for championships in every major sport and finished second in the tournament player of the year in 2014.
BirdWings is widely regarded as one of the top DFS players in the world. Despite playing primarily cash games, he’s qualified for three championship events. RotoGrinders ranked him as the No. 1 overall MLB player in 2014.
Jonathan Bales is the author of the Fantasy Sports for Smart People book series. He’s been featured in the New York Times, Business Insider, Forbes, SUCCESS Magazine, Freakonomics, and numerous other publications. He’s qualified for three DFS championship events.
Kevin has been a long time sports bettor, and more recently shifted his focus more towards daily fantasy sports. In his first full football season focusing on DFS, he won just shy of $200k in one week and earned a seat to the Fantasy Football World Championship in San Diego.
Justin Phan previously served as the Managing Editor of Basketball Monster and has written for Yahoo! Sports and RotoWire. His work has been featured on NBA.com, CBS Sports, and Rivals.com. Justin was a finalist for the FSWA’s Fantasy Basketball Writer of the Year award.
Adam is a DraftKings analyst and spent six seasons covering football for Rotoworld. He won the 2000 ESPN Fantasy Football Championship. Adam has won two awards for Best Series from the Fantasy Sports Writers Association (2009 and 2011).