Started by a team of brothers based in Southern California, Tom and Trent Frisina have been working since 2012 to build FantasyAces. At this time they have only had 1 round of funding, based on their angel profile (https://angel.co/fantasy-aces). What makes them stand apart from the rest of the pack trying to gain market share is the fact they are running boutique live events!
If you have been playing daily fantasy sports for sometime now, you will remember StarStreet for their small intimate live finals hosted at the Playboy Mansion. Since StarStreet was bought out by DraftKings, no site stepped in to take over that niche smaller live event, enter FantasyAces.
Cashier- Much like every daily fantasy site out there every option you have come to expect is available on FantasyAces. Cash out times have been very fast, something you can expect from a more boutique site.
Rake- Keeping with the theme of daily fantasy expectations, FantasyAces follows suit with a 10% general rule of thumb for their rake.
Customer Service- Again, being a smaller site you can expect a high level of customer service at FantasyAces.
Interface- It works, but could use a facelift. The game lobby, a dfs site’s bread and butter is extremely hard to read. The draft screen also has a massive area used to see where your drafted players are playing on court/field. This makes it really hard for laptop users to see the players listed below.
Salary- Changing things up a bit, FantasyAces uses a $55,000 salary cap to start with the players priced accordingly.
Scoring- FantasyAces has standard scoring for all their games.