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Because your hoops obsession runs deeper than just North America

1-Day Fantasy EuroLeague

WAYS TO PLAY

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Play 1-Day Fantasy Basketball Salary Cap Contests for big cash prizes, experiences and more.

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Take on a friend in a one-on-one, winner-take-all contest.

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Show off your handles in a public or private contest against two or more competitors.

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Ball with no season-long commitment in a private lobby of contests created by you and your friends.

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Hit the hardwood against players of a similar skill level.

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Lineup Construction

Classic Gamemode Structure

Create a lineup by selecting players from the given player pool.

Each player has an assigned salary, and your lineup must stay within the $50,000 salary cap.

Lineups consist of 6 players and must include players from at least two different EuroLeague games.

Lineups may be edited at any time leading up to games. Each individual player will become "locked" at the scheduled start time of their team’s game — and they cannot be added or removed from a roster spot once locked.

Scoring

Point
+1
3pt Shot
+0.5
Rebound
+1.25
Assist
+1.5
Steal
+2
Block
+2
Turnover
-0.5
Double Double
+1.5*
Triple Double
+3*

*MAX 1 PER PLAYER: Points, Rebounds, Assists, Blocks, Steals

True basketball fans will
love Fantasy EuroLeague

  • Typically regarded as the best league outside of NBA — over 50 current players have NBA experience
  • Since games tip off in the afternoon in North America, you can play as a warmup to the night's NBA contests
  • Quarters are only 10 minutes long, making the back-and-forth action even more intense

3 tips to get started

With 10 minutes per quarter, scoring tends to be lower. Use players that are leading their respective team in minutes played. 

Due to roster construction, look for players that have high rebounding and assist rates, providing upside with most teams employing a balanced scoring approach.

Pay close attention to when starting lineups are posted. Social media can be an asset in making sure players you’re drafting are healthy and playing.