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The Fantasy Championship increases Grand Prize

Thu Apr 25 11:38pm ET
By JEFF PAUR
Sr Fantasy Writer

The Fantasy Championship winner takes home $250,000 for winning the contest. 

St. Louis, MO, April 25, 2019 – The Fantasy Championship is thrilled to announce the grand prize will increase $50,000 this season. The Fantasy Championship grand prize winner will now take home a $250,000 cash prize.

The grand prize is increasing but the cost to get into the championship remains the same. The cost to enter is $250 per team or three teams for $700. The price point is much lower than most high-stakes contests, providing an opportunity to some users that might not have considered such a contest in past seasons. The contest also is capped at 4,200 entries, providing better odds for all participants. Users can sign up at www.fantasychampionship.com.   

RealTime Fantasy Sports and My Fantasy League are proud to run the contest. The Fantasy Championship is a unique joint venture between two of the industry leaders in fantasy sports, giving users an opportunity to use award-winning software in a premier high-stakes contest.

The Fantasy Championship is an online fantasy football contest consisting of multiple fantasy football leagues. Each league will have exactly 12 teams with a maximum of 4,200 teams in the contest. Leagues feature head-to-head regular season play with four teams in each league qualifying for their league playoffs. Up to four teams from each league will advance to the championship playoffs to compete for overall prizes, including the $250,000 grand prize. Leagues are open to players of all skill levels and drafts are available at several different times throughout the preseason. Registration is open today! Sign up for a chance to win the big prize at www.fantasychampionship.com.

About RealTime Fantasy Sports 

RealTime Fantasy Sports, Inc. is a leader in the fantasy football league management and cash games industry. RealTime Fantasy Sports provides full season commissioner services and playoff commissioner services for fantasy football.

RealTime Fantasy Sports is also one of the top licensed providers of full season fantasy and daily fantasy cash games in football, baseball, and basketball. Fantasy Sports has paid out millions to fantasy sports winners in the years since.

About My Fantasy League  

Sideline Software, Inc. provides fantasy football league management via the MyFantasyLeague.com website. We have been providing fantasy football commissioners with a quality hostiung service for the leagues for over 16 years.

Our flagship product, MyFantasyLeague.com, is one of the most feature-rich fantasy games available with dozens of reports, over one hundred scoring options, interactive chat rooms and message boards, live scoring updates and extensive appearance flexibility.

Contact:

Jeff Paur

jeff@rtsports.com

Jeff Paur is a two-time finalist for FSWA Fantasy Football Writer of the Year and won the FSWA award for Best Fantasy Football Article on the Web in 2011. He also was the most accurate expert in 2012, winning the FSTA Fantasy Football Accuracy Award. If you have any questions for Jeff, email him at jeff@rtsports.com. Follow Jeff on Twitter @jeffpaur.

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