Yes! DraftKings updated their CSV that allowed us to improve our support for H2H contests. You need to set your DraftKings screen name to get the most accurate results.
DraftKings does not expose your opponent's name consistently in the contest history file. RotoTracker tries to work out your opponent's name by stripping it out of the contest title. However, historically this only worked if you started the contest; if you sat someone else's head to head contest, then the contest title would not record the opponent and RotoTracker could not import it.
However, in January 2017, our users reported that DraftKings contest titles had changed — it now showed (at least for some contests) both contestants in a Head to Head contest, regardless of who started it. This gave us the opportunity to improve our support of opponent names in head to head contests.
In March 2017, we updated RotoTracker to support this new contest title format. To work correctly, it requires users to set their DraftKings name in their user settings so that the importer knows who you are and who your opponent is.
DraftKings has not retroactively applied this to contests before January 28, 2017. Contests where you sat another player prior to this date will still have blanks for the opponent name.
Follow the steps outlined above: Delete any DraftKings imported files, set your DraftKings name and re-import.
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