Achievements FAQ

How does “Rewards Claiming” work?

After you complete an Achievements milestone in any sport, you can claim your rewards for that milestone by clicking the “claim” button at the top of the Achievements page for that sport. Once you click the “claim” button, the rewards will be deposited directly into your account. Rewards will be claimable within 24 hours after completing a milestone. You can claim these rewards anytime until 30 days after that Achievement program concludes.

When will I be able to claim rewards?

Rewards will be claimable within 24 hours after completing a milestone. You can claim these rewards anytime until 30 days after that Achievement program concludes. Rewards will no longer be claimable 30 days after the Achievements program ends that the rewards were completed in.

Can I claim more than 1 reward at once?

Yes! If you complete more than 1 milestone on the same day or you decide to wait and claim multiple rewards at once, you can click through all your completed milestones and claim rewards for everything that you have accomplished.

How long do I have to claim my rewards?

Achievement rewards will be claimable until 30 days after the Achievements program ends in which they were completed. Rewards will no longer be claimable 30 days after the Achievements program ends.

Why do I have to claim my Achievement rewards?

Claimable Achievement Rewards allow DraftKings players to easily track exactly what rewards they are earning for the progress they make within a sport. Claimable rewards also provide players with the flexibility to claim their prizes when they want to, rather than having them automatically distributed the day after completing a milestone. But don't worry, the reward amounts for each milestone will not change.

What are Crowns?

Crowns (formerly FPPs) are a form of currency that DraftKings players can spend on contest tickets and merchandise in the DK Shop. How many Crowns you earn each month also determines your Daily Rewards Status Tier for the next month. Crowns can only be used on DraftKings or in the DK Store and have no cash value and are non-transferrable.

Will there be Achievements for other sports?

We currently offer Achievements for NHL and NBA. Given the popularity and demand of these programs, we are looking to expand on our Achievement offerings into additional sports. We hope to have updates to share in the weeks ahead.

What are the NBA Playoff Achievements?

NBA Playoff Achievements are a series of challenges specifically geared towards a players’ activity during the 2019 NBA playoffs. These challenges each have a set number of milestones that reward players as they progress through their Achievements.

The NBA Playoff Achievements for launch are:

1) Playoff Baller
Total NBA Playoff days played with at least one paid NBA lineup

2) Playoff Hoops Ironman
Play a paid contest on 30 NBA Playoff days

3) Rain Man
Score 250 points in a paid NBA Playoff Showdown lineup on four consecutive days

4) Do or Die Guy
Total NBA Playoff elimination games playing a paid Showdown lineup

5) Finals Fanatic
Play a paid Showdown lineup for every game of the NBA Championship series

6) In-Game Player
Total NBA In-Game Showdown start times (2nd half or 4th quarter) playing a paid lineup

7) Long Ranger
Total 3-pointers accumulated in paid NBA Playoff lineups

When will NBA Playoff Achievements begin?

NBA Playoff Achievements will begin with contests on Saturday, April 13, 2019, the first day of the NBA Playoffs.

How do NBA Playoff Achievements work?

Each NBA Playoff Achievement has specific milestones. When you complete a milestone for any of the achievements, you will be able to claim a reward for that milestone on the NBA Playoff Achievements page. This reward can be claimed by clicking the “claim” button on the top of the landing page. Rewards will be claimable within 24 hours of completing a milestone and can be claimed anytime until 30 days after the NBA Playoff Achievements program ends. Rewards will no longer be claimable 30 days after the NBA Achievements program ends.

Example:
NBA Achievement: Playoff Baller - Total NBA Playoff days played with at least one paid NBA lineup
Milestone 1: Play in a paid NBA contest on 2 days
Reward: 25 Crowns

If you play in a paid NBA contest on 2 playoff days, you will have completed Milestone 1 of the “Playoff Baller”. You will be able to claim 25 Crowns within 24 hours of that contest being paid out and these “claimable” 25 Crowns can be claimed anytime until 30 days after the NBA Playoff Achievements program ends. You will now be tasked with Milestone 2, play in a paid NBA contest on at least 5 Playoff days (3 additional paid NBA days).

How long do I have to complete my NBA Playoff Achievements?

NBA Playoff Achievements will last for the entire NBA playoffs. Due to the best of 7 format of the NBA Playoffs, the last day of the playoffs is currently unknown. As such, NBA Playoff achievement rewards will no longer be claimable after 7:59 PM ET on July 19, 2019.

What are the NBA Regular Season Achievements?

NBA Regular Season Achievements are a series of challenges specifically geared towards a players’ activity during the 2018/19 NBA regular season. These challenges each have a set number of milestones that reward players as they progress through their Achievements.

The NBA Achievements for launch are:

1) Gym Rat
Total number of days played with at least 1 paid NBA lineup.

2) Basketball Ironman
Play a paid NBA contest on 166 regular season days.

3) Weekly Hooper
Total consecutive weeks played with at least 1 paid NBA lineup (Week = Mon-Sun).

4) Weekly Hoops
Hero Play a paid NBA contest in 26 NBA regular season weeks.

5) The West Coaster
Total number of days played in at least 1 paid NBA contest that begins at 10PM ET or later.

6) Captain Buckets
Total number of paid NBA Showdown matchups played where the highest-scoring captain was drafted.

7) The Starting 5
Total lineups played in paid NBA contests with an entry fee of $5 or more (any game style).

8) Double-Double Darling
Total number of double-doubles across paid NBA lineups. Note: All lineups entered in paid contests count towards this achievement.

9) Bad Boys
Total number of fouls across paid NBA lineups. Note: All lineups entered in paid contests count towards this achievement. Fouls will not be displayed within the DraftKings gamecenter but your total number of fouls will be shown on the Achievements page.

How do NBA Regular Season Achievements work?

Each NBA Achievement has specific milestones. When you complete a milestone for any of the achievements, you will be able to claim a reward for that milestone on the NBA Achievements page. This reward can be claimed by clicking the “claim” button on the top of the landing page. Rewards will be claimable within 24 hours of completing a milestone and can be claimed anytime until 30 days after the NBA Achievements program ends. Rewards will no longer be claimable 30 days after the NBA Achievements program ends.

Example:
NBA Achievement: Gym Rat - Total number of days played with at least 1 paid NBA lineup.
Milestone 1: Play in a paid NBA contest on 1 day
Reward: 5 Crowns

If you play in a paid NBA contest on 1 day, you will have completed Milestone 1 of the “Gym Rat”. You will be able to claim 5 Crowns within 24 hours of that contest being paid out and these “claimable” 5 Crowns can be claimed anytime until 30 days after the NBA Achievements program ends. You will now be tasked with Milestone 2, play in a paid NBA contest on at least 3 days (2 additional paid NBA days).

Can I complete more than one milestone on the same day?

Yes! If you have a very active NBA day you can complete more than one milestone in one day across your NBA Achievements.

Example 1:

Milestone 1 for “Double-Double Darling” is score 1 double-double in an NBA paid contest and Milestone 2 is score 8 double-doubles in NBA paid contests. If you play in a few NBA paid contests on Friday, October 19 and your teams score 8 double-doubles, you will have completed both Milestones. You will then be tasked with Milestone 3 for the “Double-Double Darling” to score 15 double-doubles in NBA paid contests.

Example 2:

Milestone 1 for “Double-Double Darling” is score 1 double-double in an NBA paid contest and Milestone 1 for “The Starting 5” is play in 1 paid NBA contest with an entry fee of $5 or more. If you play in a $5 entry contest on Tuesday, Oct. 23, and your lineup scores 1 double-double then you will have completed Milestone 1 for both Achievements. You will then be tasked with Milestone 2 for the “Double-Double Darling” to play 8 double-doubles and Milestone 2 for “The Starting 5” to play in 3 paid NBA contests with an entry fee of $5 or more.

How long do I have to complete my NBA Regular Season Achievements?

NBA Achievements will last for the regular season. Pending any schedule changes, the last day to complete NBA Achievements will be on April 10, 2019. Achievements rewards will be claimable until 30 days after the NBA Achievements program ends. Rewards will no longer be claimable after 7:59 PM ET on May 9, 2019.

Are NBA Achievements cumulative?

Yes! After you complete your first milestone for an achievement, you will be that much closer to your second milestone, as can be seen on the meter above.

Example:
NBA Achievement: Gym Rat - Total number of days played with at least 1 paid NBA lineup.
Milestone 3: Play in a paid NBA contest on 10 days
Reward: 50 Crowns

If you are tasked with completing Milestone 3 of the “Gym Rat”, that means you have already completed Milestones 1 and 2. Milestone 1 is to play in a paid NBA contest on 1 day and Milestone 2 is to play in a paid NBA contest on 3 days. Since Milestone 3 is to play in a paid NBA contest on 10 days, you will begin this challenge only needing to play in 7 additional NBA paid contests to complete this milestone.

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What are the NHL Playoff Achievements?

NHL Playoff Achievements are a series of challenges specifically geared towards a players’ activity during the 2019 NHL Postseason, beginning with contests on Wednesday, April 10, the first night of the NHL Playoffs. These challenges each have a set number of milestones that reward players as they progress through their Achievements.

The NHL Playoff Achievements for launch are:

1) Showdown Star
Total NHL playoff series playing at least one paid Showdown lineup

2) Showdown Ironman
Play a paid Showdown lineup in ALL 15 NHL series

3) Daily Line Change
Total NHL playoff days playing at least one paid lineup

4) Playoff Ironman
Play at least one paid NHL lineup for 30 days of the playoffs

5) Playoff Beauty
Play at least 1 of the top 3 fantasy scoring NHL players in a Showdown set in a paid lineup

6) Apples and Ginos
Total points accumulated in paid NHL lineups (points = goals or assists)

7) Hat Trick Hero
Draft one player in a paid NHL lineup who scores 3 goals in a game.

When will NHL Playoff Achievements begin?

NHL Playoff Achievements will begin with contests on Wednesday, April 10, 2019, the first night of the NHL Playoffs.

How do NHL Playoff Achievements work?

Each NHL Playoff Achievement has specific milestones. When you complete a milestone for any of the achievements, you will be able to claim a reward for that milestone on the NHL Achievements page. This reward can be claimed by clicking the “claim” button on the top of the landing page. Rewards will be claimable within 24 hours of completing a milestone and can be claimed anytime until 30 days after the NHL Playoff Achievements program ends. Rewards will no longer be claimable 30 days after the NHL Playoff Achievements program ends.

Example:
NHL Achievement: Showdown Star - Total NHL playoff series playing at least one paid Showdown lineup
Milestone 1: Play in a paid NHL Showdown contest for 1 series
Reward: 10 Crowns

If you play in a paid NHL Showdown contest on 1 day, you will have completed Milestone 1 of the “Showdown Star”. You will be able to claim 10 Crowns within 24 hours of that contest being paid out and these “claimable” 10 Crowns can be claimed anytime until 30 days after the NHL Achievements program ends. You will now be tasked with Milestone 2, play in a paid NHL Showdown contest for 3 series (2 additional series).

How long do I have to complete my NHL Playoff Achievements?

NHL Playoff Achievements will last for the entire NHL playoffs. Due to the best of 7 format of the NHL Playoffs, the last day of the playoffs is currently unknown. As such, NHL Playoff achievement rewards will no longer be claimable after 7:59 PM ET on July 21, 2019.

What are the NHL Regular Season Achievements?

NHL Achievements are a series of challenges specifically geared towards a players’ activity during the 2018/19 NHL regular season. These challenges each have a set number of milestones that reward players as they progress through their Achievements.

The NHL Achievements for launch are:

1) Rink Rat
Total number of days played with at least 1 paid NHL lineup.

2) Hockey Ironman
Play in a paid NHL contest on 175 NHL regular season days.

3) Weekly Skater
Total consecutive weeks played with at least 1 paid NHL lineup. (Week = Sun-Sat)

4) Weekly Skate Warrior
Play a paid contest in 27 NHL regular season weeks.

5) Big Game Beauty
Total number of paid NHL “Showdown of the Week” contests played. (Contests will be named “Show of the Week” and offered once a week).

6) Single-Gamer
Total number of Showdown matchups with at least 1 paid NHL Showdown lineup.

7) Cash Stack Sniper
Total paid contests played with an entry fee of $20 or more (any game style).

8) Lamplighter
Total goals scored in paid NHL contests.

Note: All lineups entered in paid contests count towards this achievement.

9) Winning Netminder
Total goalie wins across paid NHL contests.

Note: All lineups entered in paid contests count towards this achievement.

How do NHL Regular Season Achievements work?

Each NHL Achievement has specific milestones. When you complete a milestone for any of the achievements, you will be able to claim a reward for that milestone on the NHL Achievements page. This reward can be claimed by clicking the “claim” button on the top of the landing page. Rewards will be claimable within 24 hours of completing a milestone and can be claimed anytime until 30 days after the NHL Achievements program ends. Rewards will no longer be claimable 30 days after the NHL Achievements program ends.

Example:
NHL Achievement: Rink Rat - Total number of days played with at least 1 paid NHL lineup.
Milestone 1: Play in a paid NHL contest on 1 day
Reward: 5 Crowns

If you play in a paid NHL contest on 1 day, you will have completed Milestone 1 of the “Rink Rat”. You will be able to claim 5 Crowns within 24 hours of that contest being paid out and these “claimable” 5 Crowns can be claimed anytime until 30 days after the NHL Achievements program ends. You will now be tasked with Milestone 2, play in a paid NHL contest on at least 10 days (9 additional paid NHL days).

Can I complete more than one milestone on the same day?

Yes! If you have a very active NHL day you can complete more than one milestone in one day across your NHL Achievements.

Example 1:
Milestone 1 for “Lamplighter” is score 5 goals in an NHL paid contest and Milestone 2 is score 10 goals in an NHL paid contest. If you play in a few NHL paid contests on Thursday, October 4 and your teams score 10 goals, you will accomplish both Milestones. You will then be tasked with Milestone 3 for the “Lamplighter” to score 25 goals in NHL paid contests.

Example 2:
Milestone 1 for “Lamplighter” is score 5 goals in an NHL paid contest and Milestone 1 for “Cash Stack Sniper” is play in 1 paid NHL contest with an entry fee of $20 or more. If you play in the $20 entry Tuesday Special on Tuesday, Oct. 16, and your lineup scores 5 goals then you will have completed Milestone 1 for both Achievements. You will then be tasked with Milestone 2 for the “The Lamplighter” to play 10 goals and Milestone 2 for “Cash Stack Sniper” to play in 5 paid NHL contests with an entry fee of $20 or more.

How long do I have to complete my NHL Regular Season Achievements?

NHL Regular SeasonAchievements will last for the regular season. Pending any schedule changes, the last day to complete NHL Regular Season Achievements will be on April 6, 2018. Regular Season Achievements rewards will be claimable until 30 days after the NHL Regular Season Achievements program ends. Rewards can no longer be claimed after 7:59 PM ET on May 5, 2019.

Are NHL Achievements cumulative?

Yes! After you complete your first milestone for an achievement, you will be that much closer to your second milestone, as can be seen on the meter above.

Example:
NHL Achievement: Rink Rat - Total number of days played with at least 1 paid NHL lineup.
Milestone 3: Play in a paid NHL contest on 20 days
Reward: 30 Crowns

If you are tasked with completing Milestone 3 of the “Rink Rat”, that means you have already completed Milestones 1 and 2. Milestone 1 is to play in a paid NHL contest on 1 day and Milestone 2 is to play in a paid NHL contest on 10 days. Since Milestone 3 is to play in a paid NHL contest on 20 days, you will begin this challenge only needing to play in 10 additional NHL paid contests to complete this milestone.

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What are the PGA Achievements?

PGA Achievements are a series of challenges specifically geared towards a players’ activity during the 2019 PGA season beginning with the PGA PLAYERS on Thursday, March 14. PGA Achievements only apply for the results in PGA Tournaments and do not include other professional golf associations offered on DraftKings. These challenges each have a set number of milestones that reward players as they progress through their Achievements.

The PGA Achievements for launch are:

1) Weekly Golfer
Total consecutive weeks played with at least one paid PGA lineup (Week = Tuesday – Monday)

2) Golf Ironman
Play a paid PGA lineup in all 23 weeks — starting on March 14 (Week = Tuesday – Monday)

3) High-Fiver
Total golfers drafted in paid Classic lineups that have posted a top-5 finish

4) Birdie Machine
Total birdies accumulated in paid PGA lineups

5) Clean 18
Total bogey free rounds accumulated in paid PGA Single-Round lineups

6) Cut Maker
Total paid PGA classic lineups with all six golfers making the cut
Note: Only applicable for PGA Classic mode. "Making the cut" refers to the traditional cut after the first two rounds, any secondary cut would not impact this achievement.

7) Weekend Honors
Draft the highest-scoring (fantasy points) golfer of the weekend in a paid Weekend Golf PGA lineup

8) The Ace
Draft one golfer in a paid PGA lineup who records a hole-in-one

When do the PGA Achievements begin and conclude?

PGA Achievements will begin on Thursday, March 14, 2019 and will conclude on Sunday, August 25, 2019.

How do PGA Achievements work?

Each PGA Achievement has specific milestones. When you complete a milestone for any of the achievements, you will be able to claim a reward for that milestone on the PGA Achievements page. This reward can be claimed by clicking the “claim” button on the top of the landing page. Rewards will be claimable within 24 hours of completing a milestone and can be claimed anytime until 30 days after the PGA Achievements program ends. Rewards will no longer be claimable 30 days after the PGA Achievements program ends.

Example 1:
PGA Achievement: Weekly Golfer - Total consecutive weeks played with at least one paid PGA lineup
Milestone 1: Play in a paid PGA contest on 2 consecutive weeks
Reward: 60 Crowns
If you play in a paid PGA contest on 2 consecutive weeks, you will have completed Milestone 1 of the “Weekly Golfer”. You will be able to claim 60 Crowns within 24 hours of that contest being paid out and these “claimable” 60 Crowns can be claimed anytime until 30 days after the PGA Achievements program ends. You will now be tasked with Milestone 2, play in a paid PGA contest in at least 4 consecutive weeks (2 additional paid PGA consecutive weeks).

Can I complete more than one milestone on the same day?

Yes! If you have a very active PGA day you can complete more than one milestone in one day across your PGA Achievements.
Example 1:
Milestone 1 for “High Fiver” is draft 1 golfer who finishes top 5 in a tournament in a paid PGA contest and Milestone 2 is draft 5 golfers in paid PGA contests. If you play a few PGA paid contests on tournament starting Thursday, March 14 and your teams have 5 golfers that finish in the top 5, you will have completed both Milestones. You will then be tasked with Milestone 3 for the “High Fiver” to draft 10 golfers who finish top 5 in a tournament in PGA paid contests.
Example 2:
Milestone 1 for “High-Fiver” is draft 1 golfer who finishes top 5 in a tournament in a paid PGA contest and Milestone 1 for “Cut Maker” is draft 1 paid PGA lineup with all six golfers making the cut. If you play in a $5 entry contest in the tournament beginning on Thursday, March 14, and your lineup all makes the cut and 1 of your golfers finishes top 5 then you will have completed Milestone 1 for both Achievements. You will then be tasked with Milestone 2 for the “High-Fiver” to draft 5 golfers who finish top 5 in a tournament in a paid lineup and Milestone 2 for “Cut Maker” to draft 5 paid lineups with all golfers making the cut.

How long do I have to complete my PGA Achievements?

PGA Achievements will last for the regular season. Pending any schedule changes, the last day to complete PGA Achievements will be on August 25, 2019. Achievements rewards will be claimable until 30 days after the PGA Achievements program ends. Rewards will no longer be claimable after 7:59 PM ET on September 23, 2019.

Are PGA Achievements cumulative?

Yes! After you complete your first milestone for an achievement, you will be that much closer to your second milestone, as can be seen on the meter above.

Example:
PGA Achievement: Weekly Golfer - Total consecutive weeks played with at least one paid PGA lineup (Week = Tuesday – Monday)
Milestone 3: Play a paid PGA lineups in 8 consecutive weeks
Reward: 115 Crowns

If you are tasked with completing Milestone 3 of the “Weekly Golfer”, that means you have already completed Milestones 1 and 2. Milestone 1 is a paid PGA lineup and Milestone 2 is to play a paid PGA lineup in 4 consecutive weeks. Since Milestone 3 is to play a paid PGA lineup in 8 consecutive weeks, you will begin this challenge only needing to play in 4 additional consecutive weeks to complete this milestone.

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What are the MLB Achievements?

MLB Achievements are a series of challenges specifically geared towards a players’ activity during the 2019 MLB season beginning on Thursday, March 28. These challenges each have a set number of milestones that reward players as they progress through their Achievements.

The MLB Achievements for launch are:

1) Daily Batter
Total days played with at least one paid MLB lineup

2) Baseball Ironman
Play a paid contest on 180 MLB regular season days

3) Big Stage Slugger
Total weeks played with a paid lineup in the "Showdown of the Week" or "Sunday Night Showdown" contests

4) Home Run Streaker
Total consecutive days drafting a player who homers in a paid MLB lineup
Note: Progress for this achievement will reset to 0 after each day you do not draft a player who hits a home run in a paid lineup

5) Ballpark Tour
Play a paid MLB Showdown contest that takes place in each MLB ballpark
Note: Only Showdown games played in MLB ballparks count for this achievement

6) Century Mark
Total paid MLB entries scoring at least 100 fantasy points

7) Mr. No-No
Draft one pitcher in a paid MLB contest who pitches a no-hitter
Note: There is only 1 milestone for this achievement

8) The Doubleheader
Total days playing two paid MLB contests — one starting before 5:30pm ET and one starting after 5:30pm ET

9) The Big Fly
Total home runs accumulated in paid MLB entries

When do the MLB Achievements begin and conclude?

MLB Achievements will begin on Thursday, March 28, 2019 and will conclude on Sunday, September 29, 2019.

How do MLB Achievements work?

Each MLB Achievement has specific milestones. When you complete a milestone for any of the achievements, you will be able to claim a reward for that milestone on the MLB Achievements page. This reward can be claimed by clicking the “claim” button on the top of the landing page. Rewards will be claimable within 24 hours of completing a milestone and can be claimed anytime until 30 days after the MLB Achievements program ends. Rewards will no longer be claimable 30 days after the MLB Achievements program ends.

Example 1:
MLB Achievement: Daily Batter - Total days played with at least one paid MLB lineup
Milestone 1: Play in a paid MLB contest on 2 days
Reward: 15 Crowns
If you play in a paid MLB contest on 2 days, you will have completed Milestone 1 of the “Daily Batter”. You will be able to claim 15 Crowns within 24 hours of that contest being paid out and these “claimable” 15 Crowns can be claimed anytime until 30 days after the MLB Achievements program ends. You will now be tasked with Milestone 2, play in a paid MLB contest on 5 days (3 additional paid MLB days).

Can I complete more than one milestone on the same day?

Yes! If you have a very active MLB day you can complete more than one milestone in one day across your MLB Achievements.
Example 1:
Milestone 1 for “The Big Fly” is accumulate 2 home runs in paid MLB lineups and Milestone 2 is accumulate 10 home runs in paid MLB contests. If you play a few MLB paid contests on Thursday, March 28 and your lineups hit 10 home runs, you will have completed both Milestones. You will then be tasked with Milestone 3 for the “The Big Fly” to hit 20 home runs in MLB paid contests.
Example 2:
Milestone 1 for “The Big Fly” is to hit 2 home runs in paid MLB lineups and Milestone 1 for “Ballpark Tour” is play a paid MLB Showdown contest that takes place in 1 of the 30 MLB ballparks. If you play in a $5 entry MLB Showdown contest between Boston v Seattle at T-Mobile Park on Thursday, March 28, and your lineup hits 2 home runs, you will have completed Milestone 1 for both Achievements. You will then be tasked with Milestone 2 for the “The Big Fly” is to hit 10 home runs in paid MLB lineups and Milestone 2 for “Ballpark Tour” is play a paid MLB Showdown contest that takes place in 2 of the 30 MLB ballparks

How long do I have to complete my MLB Achievements?

MLB Achievements will last for the regular season. Pending any schedule changes, the last day to complete MLB Achievements will be on September 29, 2019. Achievements rewards will be claimable until 30 days after the MLB Achievements program ends. Rewards will no longer be claimable after 11:59 PM ET on October 29, 2019.

Are MLB Achievements cumulative?

Yes! After you complete your first milestone for an achievement, you will be that much closer to your second milestone, as can be seen on the meter above.

Example:
MLB Achievement: Century Mark
Milestone 3: Play 10 paid MLB entries that score at least 100 fantasy points
Reward: 30 Crowns

If you are tasked with completing Milestone 3 of the “Century Mark”, that means you have already completed Milestones 1 and 2. Milestone 1 is play 1 paid MLB entry that scores at least 100 fantasy points and Milestone 2 is play 5 paid MLB entries that scores at least 100 fantasy points. Since Milestone 3 is play 10 paid MLB entries that score at least 100 fantasy points, you will begin this challenge only needing to play 5 additional entries that score at least 100 fantasy points to complete this milestone.

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