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Referral and Affiliate Program

Referrals Live in the app now is signup with a referral code. When a new user creates an account in the app, they will now have the option to specify a referral code. This...

What you need to know to be your fantasy commissioner

Thank you Commish for stepping up to the plate and leading your league. Here we breakdown everything you need to know to be the best commissioner out there. Creation & Setup
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DraftBuff Goes Mobile

We are excited to announce to you that DraftBuff's Android and iOS apps are now generally available! In order to provide the best experience to our customers, going forward, functionality will be prioritized on our app first...

COD League Launch Announcement – January 24th

It's official! The COD League will begin January 24th-26th in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Minnesota Rokkr will be hosting the event with three days of opening play for the regular season.We don't know too much about the event,...

Ian ‘Crimsix’ Porter | Top 10 Plays on Optic Gaming

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJnVbo72Dko

Top 30 fantasy scorers in the 2019 CWL Season | #25-21

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l-VHgbMfcU4

Top 30 Fantasy Scorers – 2019 Cod World League Season | 30-26

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s35WU0juhuw

Dashy wins 2019 Flex of the Year and Sniper of the Year presented by...

“BRUCE. BRUCE. BRUCE.” The crowd screamed as the player hoisted the trophy. In a few short months, Brandon ‘Dashy’ Otell went from being an upcoming player with lots of potential to one of the biggest stars in...

DraftBuff’s Top 10 Plays of the Year

After witnessing an action packed year of the COD World League in 2019, the team decided to get together and look back on all the amazing feats of skill made by the players, to form a single...

Simp wins 2019 Rookie of the Year and SMG of the Year presented by...

When it came down to selecting the most impactful player in their very first year of professional gaming, there was no challenge. Despite being 5'3’’, Chris ‘Simp’ Lehr’s performance stood head and shoulders above the rest.