NFC | High Stakes Fantasy Sports
Can anyone compete in the NFC?
No. To enter the Contest, you must be a person at least 18 years of age or older (19 years in Nebraska and Alabama, and 21 years in Massachusetts) and physically located in a state, territory, or province in which participation in the Contest is unrestricted by law. The Contest is only open to individuals who have reached legal age in their respective jurisdiction. Individuals who have not reached legal age in their espective jurisdiction are not eligible and cannot win prizes. Residents of Arizona, Delaware, Iowa, Louisiana, Montana, Ohio, Vermont, Washington State, and Ontario are not eligible to participate in the Contest. Employees and immediate family members of SportsHub Games Network, Inc., its sponsors, affiliates, subsidiaries, advertising and promotional agencies are not eligible to win prizes. Each individual should check the laws of the state, territory or province in which he or she resides to determine eligibility to participate and win prizes. Void where prohibited by law. SportsHub Games Network, Inc. reserves the right to determine eligibility, in its sole discretion, and the right to change eligibility requirements at any time if it determines that changes are necessary in order to comply with applicable laws, rules and regulations.
How do I use a TBD entry?
A TBD entry secures your signup but does not put you into a draft. To do that, go to your My Teams page and click the gear next to the team name. That takes you to the page where you select the draft you want to enter.
What is KDS and how is that used in the NFC?
The KDS process allows owners to rank their order of preference for Draft Day, ranking their preferences from most desired to least desired BEFORE the leagues are randomly selected. Some owners would rather draft at the top, if they are selected early in their league; others like to go to the middle, and others like to move down to the lower end. KDS allows that if you're fortunate enough. A sample KDS from an owner could look like this: 1, 2, 3, 14, 13, 8, 6, 7, 4, 5, 9, 10, 11, 12. If an owner wants the 14th pick if he is selected fourth overall in his league, he would choose 14 as his fourth option and he would then be moved to 14th in that league on Draft Day if he was picked fourth out of the hat and the top three preferences were gone.

How Is It Done?: Once each owner has officially signed up for the contest, they can find this feature on their team page. You'll see the Draft Preferences ranked 1 through X number of teams in your league and the option to Edit Preferences next to them. If you decide not to rank your preferences, your preferred order will remain 1 through X number of teams in your league. Owners can change their Draft Preferences right up until the announced deadline is set for that particular league.

Why Is This Done?: Even though all leagues are randomly selected, KDS does allow owners to have a little say in their draft spots. KDS allows that by telling NFC officials where you'd prefer to draft if selected early in the random draw. No longer are you just slotted into that spot; you now can tell us a more preferred spot by setting your KDS preferences. In the end, most owners will get a more preferred draft spot than the random slot would have given them.
What is 3RR in the NFFC and NFBKC?
3RR Stands for 3rd Round Reversal, which allows the bottom of the draft order to begin Round 3 after also starting Round 2. It's one way to balance the talent in a 14-team league, but it also is being used in all 12-team leagues. For those leagues using 3RR, the draft order is as follows:

Round 1: 1-14
Round 2: 14-1
Round 3: 14-1
Round 4: 1-14
Round 5: 14-1
Round 6: 1-14
Round 7: 14-1
Round 8: 1-14
Round 9: 14-1
Round 10: 1-14
Round 11: 14-1
Round 12: 1-14
Round 13: 14-1
Round 14: 1-14
Round 15: 14-1
Round 16: 1-14
Round 17: 14-1
Round 18: 1-14
Round 19: 14-1
Round 20: 1-14

Round 1: 1-12
Round 2: 12-1
Round 3: 12-1
Round 4: 1-12
Round 5: 12-1
Round 6: 1-12
Round 7: 12-1
Round 8: 1-12
Round 9: 12-1
Round 10: 1-12
Round 11: 12-1
Round 12: 1-12
Round 13: 12-1
Round 14: 1-12
Round 15: 12-1
Round 16: 1-12
Round 17: 12-1
Round 18: 1-12
Round 19: 12-1
Round 20: 1-12

3RR is being used to balance out all draft spots by giving the later picks the start of the draft in rounds 2 and 3. The process balances out the talent among teams in both formats.
What time is the overnight pause in 'slow draft' formats?
1 am ET to 9 am ET
What happens if my draft does not sell out?
You will receive an email with instructions on how to move your entry to another draft date.
Do players gain additional eligibility in the NFFC?
No they do not. Eligibility for all players is set before drafts begin and the site goes Live each year. It is final at that point.
What do the yellow stars mean next to drafts in the lobby?
They are used to highlight specific drafts we are spotlighting each day.
How do I find Rules/Prizes/Max number of teams for a contest?
In the Lobby, click on the contest you are interested in. From there click on Full Rules.
What are my other options to pay for an entry besides using a credit card?
What are my other options to pay for an entry besides using a credit card?"=>"The easiest solution to avoid credit card fees is to keep some of your winnings on your player account going forward. The second solution is depositing money through an ACH. All you need to do for that is to post your bank account number, your routing number and the amount you want to put on your Player Account and those funds will get transferred to your Player Account at no cost.

You can also pay by check for NFFC and NFBC Live Events. Make the check payable to SportsHub and send to:

Darik Buchar
16563 Kentucky Avenue
Lakeville, MN 55044


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