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Call of Duty DFS Big Three: Florida Home Series Picks for DraftKings + FanDuel | May 8




Gregory Bunch gives out his Call of Duty DFS Picks + Breakdown for DraftKings + FanDuel for 5/22/20 based off of Awesemo's projections

It’s about time for another Call of Duty DFS slate and I am excited to be back writing up another article. We are taking a trip to Florida in this one as the Florida Home Series is finally here and will be lasting the entire weekend. Of course, this will not actually be in Florida because of the quarantine so again we have an online home series which takes a bit of the fun out of it. But hey, we make do with what we got so let’s dive into today’s slate and find out who is making up my Big Three.

Pick No. 1: Dylan ($7,800 DraftKings, $8,300 FanDuel)

Call of Duty DFS Projection: 110.55 (14.2x Value DraftKings, 13.3x Value FanDuel)

The high-flying SMG specialist comes into today’s slate as the highest-projected player on this entire slate according to and it is for good reason. LON versus OGLA currently has the second-tightest odds on the slate according to most betting websites. And if you don’t remember from the first slate, the game plan is basically to avoid blowouts and play into the matches that seem closer because there is no sweep bonus or game length adjustment.

Dylan was touted as one of the best players in Black Ops 4. Many worried about his transition and if that same dominance would translate to Modern Warfare. Well, it has and his talent definitely showed in the Dallas Series as Dylan finished strong versus CHI with a 93/94 KD ratio versus one of the best teams in the entire league. Dylan rocks the SMG as well so the kills will be piling up if London can take the first match against OGLA like I am expecting. Dylan could drop 100 kills or more, and with kills being the highest value stat in Call of Duty DFS, we can somewhat ignore his lack of objective control. Sit back, save up and enjoy the show that Dylan is going to give us today.


Pick No. 2: Skrapz ($7,600 DraftKings, $9,400 FanDuel)

Call of Duty DFS Projection: 99.44 (13.1x Value DraftKings, 10.6x Value FanDuel)

Another member of the London Royal Ravens is making his way into my article, and just like Dylan, Skrapz was touted as one of the best Black Ops 4 players in the world. His price is also significantly reduced on DraftKings, so I have my eyes all over Skrapz today. He managed to drop a cool 140 points on DraftKings last time out versus Chicago and that was in a loss. Can you imagine what he could do in a win against a lesser opponent such as OGLA?

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Skrapz also currently plays with his twin brother (Wuskin), but I prefer Skrapz because he uses the SMG which means he likes to hunt for kills constantly. This isn’t the first time these two have played together as they also did this back in 2017 for Fnatic. We all know about how historic that franchise is. Skrapz recently played for Faze Clan as well, so he has been all over the map and has been representing Europe very well in the professional Call of Duty scene. Lock in the savings and let’s pray this series goes at least four maps because when it does, Skrapz will be one of the top scoring players on the slate today.

Pick No. 3: Temp ($7,400 DraftKings, $8,700 FanDuel)

Call of Duty DFS Projection: 105.28 (14.2x Value DraftKings, 12.1x Value FanDuel)

If there were a theme for this Call of Duty DFS slate, it would be pricing because I’m not sure if you noticed but none of the guys in my Big Three today are even close to being the highest priced on either site. This can either mean one of two things: either Temp is bad or both sites aren’t quite sure how to price some of these players. I’m going with the latter as Temp is no slouch at all as he has been touted next to Huke as one of the best young up-and-comers in the Call of Duty scene. He’s aggressive, explosive and when he is in the zone, you need to get out of the way or you will get run over. What I love the most about this guy is the fact that he has this perfect combination of objective control and his kill score as his totals from last tournament (Dallas) were absolutely insane. Temp had a total KD of 238/207 in three matches to go along with a total capture time in domination of 396 seconds, good for 39.6 points.

Obviously, we care more about kills and yes, I wish he had a few more than his 79.33 kills per match last tournament. The fact that he supplements this with so much objective control is the reason why he averaged 108 points per match on DraftKings. Two of those matches went five maps, which can explain the increase in score despite the lower kill numbers, but with a matchup versus Toronto coming up, I don’t see why he can’t play five maps again. New York definitely looked strong after the addition of Mack to their lineup, beating Chicago 3-2 and then taking Faze to five maps as well. The issue for me is while New York was playing, Toronto was studying and I am almost 100% sure they will find a way to take at least one map from New York. Give me Temp for all the marbles as I am expecting this young, aggressive SMG player to do work today versus Toronto.

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