Hey everyone, my name's Jordan. I'm the Head Coach here at SaberSim, and in this video I'm going to show you the fastest way to get your lineups out of SaberSim and onto your contests on DraftKings on your phone.
Before we get started, just a couple notes. First of all, this won't be a full demo of SaberSim's entry editor. I mostly just want to show you the mobile process so that you can get your lineups in. Also, everybody's phone is a little bit different. I'm demoing this here on my Samsung Galaxy. If you have an iPhone or a different phone, it might look a little bit different, but this should give you the basics.
Let's go ahead and jump right in. This is the baseball main slate for today on SaberSim. The first thing we're going to do is tap the Entries tab here to upload our entries file. If you're already logged into DraftKings on your mobile browser, you can just click the Download template file from DraftKings and you'll be prompted to download your entries file. If you're not logged into DraftKings on your mobile browser, all this will do is instead pop up DraftKings where you can log in and then download the file.
Then we can go ahead and click Select File, and we'll just... in this case I'm going to go to my files and upload the most recent entries file.
Once your entries file is loaded you'll see the entry editor, and you can see I've entered into the mini-MAX for tonight's slate and now we just need some lineups, so I'm going to just quickly build 150 lineups with default settings for this particular slate. We'll let this build finish and I'll resume the recording here in just a moment.
Okay, now that our build is finished, we are ready to get these lineups into our contests. Of course, DraftKings does require that people make two changes to their lineups before we can fill them into an entries file, so we will just quickly here make a couple small adjustments to some player projections so that we can fill this lineups into our entries file. Obviously when you're actually doing this, you can make as many changes until you're satisfied with your lineups, and then once you're ready to get them in, all you need to do is click the Fill Entries button in the upper right.
I'll tap that here and give this a moment to load, and now we're going to just fill here. What we mostly want to do is just make sure that we have the right lineups set. We'll go ahead and pick the lineup set that we just made here, and that we have the correct fill method here.
A couple different fill methods. Since I'm just playing a single contest here, it doesn't really matter which one I choose. We do have other videos in our support documentation that break the fill methods down in more detail, but for now I'm just going to go ahead and click Fill All Entries, and when I do that, this button at the bottom turns green, which means that the entries are filled and ready to be put into the contest, so from here I can click this and then click Download and open DraftKings, and that will open up DraftKings here.
One thing on a phone that I have noticed is that it doesn't... if you do Download and open DraftKings, it doesn't always actually download and open DraftKings, it just opens DK. In this case I'm actually going to go back, I'm going to also Download entries here to make sure that file actually gets downloaded, and you can see at the bottom "1 file downloaded," and now I'll go back to that Entries tab on DraftKings.
This is the Edit Entries page on DK in a mobile browser. One very important note here, I think sometimes people get confused. This is not the DraftKings mobile app. This is the DraftKings site in a mobile browser. Everything you do as CSVs has to take place on their site, so we'll scroll over to the right and click Upload CSV files, and then I'm just going to upload my most recent file and we'll see the success message that everything uploaded correctly.
I hope this was a helpful walkthrough of how to get your lineups out of SaberSim and onto DraftKings on your phone. If you have any other questions about the rest of the entry editor features, other parts of the process on a mobile device, or you're just running into issues, check out some of the other videos in our support documentation, and always feel free to reach out to us at [email protected] if needed. In the meantime, thanks and good luck.