GOLD COAST, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 11: Gary Ablett of the Suns reacts during the round two AFL match between the Gold Coast Suns and the St Kilda Saints at Metricon Stadium on April 11, 2015 in Gold Coast, Australia. (Photo by Chris Hyde/Getty Images)

If you are sick of injuries and a lack of time preventing you from keeping your SuperCoach or AFL Fanstasy side up to date, you are not alone.

There is nothing more infuriating as a fantasy player than a mounting injury list, only a maximum of two trades per week and a limited amount of money left in the bank.

A plethora of fantasy players start the season full of optimism, before losing interest half way through due to time constraints or the inability to get a team on the park.

The season long commitment is one of the major drawbacks of the fantasy market and one that surely frustrates most of us.

However, daily fantasy platform, Draftstars, combines the excitement of fantasy, without the frustration of one week ruining your entire season and chance sat the big prize.

Unlike your traditional fantasy games such as Supercoach or Dreamteam, Draftstars pits individual players against each other and you only have to pick a hand full of players and contestants can win real cash prizes every single week, with over $100k in cash won each week on the platform.

To get started in Draftstars, you can either deposit funds or simply enter for free to play free games.

Contestants can choose to play games with a salary or salary cap free contests, called Turbo contests and contests can either be single games or span across multiple games.

Once signed up, you can draft your team!

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Results come through almost immediately, with scores coming through within a minute of every kick, goal or handball so you can keep track with live scores.

You can either select nine players (salary) or six players (turbo) to play a game, rather than needing to choose 30 players to fill an entire team. Once selected, submit your line-up and take on your opposition. Draftstars’ scoring system is the same as AFL Fantasy, meaning you don’t have to learn an entire new way of scoring.

You can view your opposition scores throughout the match and can even see a forecast of how much you are set to win.

If you love playing fantasy and are keen to try something new, sign up for Draftstars and get started.

Remember, all participants must be 18+ years of age, must be a resident of Australia or New Zealand.