This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
The arrival of KBO and CPBL baseball contests on Dream11 has introduced a new group of daily fantasy players to the sport. If you fit into that group, this article is for you. Below, I'll go over the basics of joining daily-fantasy baseball contests on Dream11 as well as explain my thought process for making lineups on that site. I'll give some basic daily fantasy baseball tips and will also point out some tools we have at RotoWire to help you build your lineups.
Joining Contests on Dream11
Joining a baseball contest on Dream11 is very straightforward. Simply select "Baseball" from the dropdown menu and you'll see a list of games across the top of your screen. Along the left, you'll see a number of different contests for each game, with varying entry fees and sizes. Some contests will be marked with an "S" for "Single Entry," indicating that you can only enter one lineup. Others will be marked with an "M" for "Multi Entry," indicating that you can enter multiple lineups.
Dream11 Roster Rules
All baseball contests on Dream11 include players from just one game. You'll have a 100-credit budget with which to fill out your nine-man roster, meaning the average cost for a player on your roster will be no higher than 11.1 credits. Your roster must include one pitcher, one catcher, at least two infielders and at least two outfielders. (Between infielders and outfielders combined, you'll select exactly seven.) Additionally, your nine-man lineup must include at least