How to play Daily Fantasy Sports

Experience a fun new way of earning crypto with competitive sports prediction contests.

What is Daily Fantasy Sports?

In Daily Fantasy Sports you compete against others by building a team of professional players from a particular league or competition while remaining under a fictional salary cap and earn points based on the actual statistical performance of the players in real-world competitions. A Daily Fantasy Sports contest usually lasts 1 or 2 days and only consist of a specific Game Set.

Play Contests

Join a Contest

Choose from a wide range of contests across different sports and leagues. A contest usually last a couple of hours and is only for a specific Game Set.

Draft a Team

Once you joined a contest, you will draft a lineup of real players competing within the Game Set. Players have a fictional salary assigned. When drafting your team, you will have to stay below a given salary cap.

Watch your Team

Watch your players accumulate points based on their performance in real games. Track your team and see how your players earn points.

Win Big

Check the standings, climb the leaderboard and win Crypto or NFT prices.
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Prize Payouts

Contests that have prizes are offered in a number of different payout structures.

Winner Takes It All

The winner takes the entire prize pool. If there are multiple winners, the prize pool is divided by the number of players.

Top 3

The winner takes 50% of the prize pool, second place takes 30% and third place 20% of the prize pool.


Regardless of the size of the contest, the teams that score in the top 50% of the field will win. Winners double their money, minus the commission, which is maximum 10%.

Double Up

Double Ups are similar to 50/50s. While 50/50s offer prizes of less than double a player’s entry fee, Double Ups offer winners 100% returns. The trade-off is that fewer than half the entrants win.
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