Play directly against other users for real money
Over 25,000 one-week leagues run weekly in all different sizes
No season-long commitment – you only play when you want
We’re huge – $10 million+ paid out to winners every week this season
$1,000 total prize pool MAX 100 entries
Max of 100 players and contest will run as long as there is a minimum of 5.
Once you have your FanDuel account just login and enter the contest with a $1- buy-in.
What is FanDuel? How To Play
1. Join a one-week league for real money
League winners get paid immediately. And then a whole new season starts the very next day.
2. Pick your fantasy team in minutes
Pick the guys who you think will put up the highest point totals in that week’s games.
3. No season-long commitment, no subscription fees
There’s no obligation to play every week. Play on your own terms.
Who Do You Play?
Play right away vs. other people
Our contest lobby has over 25,000 one-week fantasy football leagues every week of the 2014 NFL season, so you can jump into an open league within seconds. Join one, pick your team, and you’re in. Late scratches? No problem. You can change your lineup anytime before games start. League sizes range from 2 to 13,000+ teams, with entry fees from $1 to $10,000 and tons of payout structures. Most of our leagues have more than one winner. Some of them even pay out cash to the top half of finishers!
Or, form private leagues with friends
Play with your friends by forming a private league. You get to choose your league size, entry fee, and payout distribution.
Play safely and legally
Yes, it’s completely legal in the US and Canada!
In plain and simple terms, it’s perfectly legal to play in our cash fantasy football leagues , as long as you’re in the US or Canada and 18 years of age or older. Fantasy sports is considered a game of skill and received a specific exemption from the 2006 Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act. We’ve even partnered up with companies like NBC, Sports Illustrated, Comcast, Sporting News, and plenty of others. Learn more about the legal jargon here.
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