Want to be more strategic with your StarStreet lineups? How about being able to update those multiple lineups easily? What about the ability to import and then modify existing lineups? You’re in luck! StarStreet’s newest feature, rolled out earlier this week, is now live and it provides all of the above and more.
Before diving into how this is going to help you win more on StarStreet, I’ll show you what the new features are going to look like and how to use them.
First, you will notice that after you have entered at least one lineup in a StarStreet game for the day, that lineup will appear in the top of your screen when you go to submit a new lineup. Here you can see who you have in your first lineup, and what the total cost of the lineup is. Notice also the option to create a brand new lineup, in the right corner.
After completing your second lineup, you will want to compare the two. If you go to the “Upcoming Games” tab, you will be able to see all of your upcoming games, along with your lineup associated with each game (L1 for Lineup 1, L2 for Lineup 2, etc.).
If you would like to build a new lineup from one of the existing ones, select the “Export” option and you will be taken to this screen. At this point you have 4 options, to update the lineup in all contests it is currently in, to replace all lineups with the lineup you are currently building, to export the lineup to specific contests you have already entered or to only enter new contests.
Oh, and I forgot to mention all of this is also available on your mobile, where StarStreet continues to provide the best mobile daily fantasy game out there. How rude of me.
Finally, how can this help you win more consistently on StarStreet? While the StarStreet team was working on this awesome addition, they were also very quiet about it. I found out about this new change earlier this week, like the rest of the daily fantasy diehards, so I’ve had limited time to think about how to use it strategically. The first thing that comes to mind would be if you wanted to have a high-risk lineup for one of the larger tournaments (PFBC for instance) while also managing some safer lineups in some head to head and double up tournaments.
What do you think are some other applications of the lineup management tools? I’d love to hear your feedback and any ideas you might have (if you’re willing to share, I know things can be competitive out there).
Until next time, I’ll see you in the StarStreet tournaments!