MyPrizePicks: DFS Picks And Real Money Contests for 25 US States

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Is there a more thankless job that being the commissioner of a fantasy sports league? Adam Wexler felt the pain of those left with the tabulating and bookkeeping tasks that of with running a fantasy league.

Ultimately, that led to the birth of MyPrizePicks.com, Daily Fantasy sports picks and DFS contests apps for American gamblers.

A technology entrepreneur, Wexler and the team behind MyPrizePicks.com set out to design a daily fantasy sports competition that didn’t require hours of research and planning before playing, or major math work afterward to determine a winner.

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Launched in October of 2018, MyPrizePicks.com asks players to pick between two and four players and determine whether they will go over or under their projected fantasy score in that day’s action.

MyPrizePicks apps

Play on a desktop or laptop computer or download the MyPrizePicks.com app (iPhone, Android) and take the game with you on your mobile device.

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MyPrizePicks Promo Code and Bonus

Check the MyPrizePicks DFS picks website to determine whether a promo code is required to access any bonus offers. New members who make their first deposit get a free entry to win $25 and a 25 percent first deposit instant match.

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They also offer a referral bonus if an existing member gets a new member to sign up.

Sign Up

To open a new account with MyPrizePicks.com, you’ll need to provide your first and last name, birthdate and an active email address.

You will also be required to create a password consisting of a minimum of six characters. Players are limited to one account.

Daily Fantasy Sports Picks Contests

MyPrizePicks offers betting on the NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, NCAA football and basketball, EPL, MMA and PGA Tour.

Minimum entry amount is $10. Maximums are $400 for two picks, $200 for three picks and $100 for four picks.

There’s also the opportunity to match wits and picks with any of MyPrizePicks.com’s celebrity competitors, a group that includes Michael Vick, Jeff Francoeur, Andruw Jones and Carlos Rogers.

The celebs compete to earn funds for charities of their choice and also offer special codes that earn members bonuses.

MyPrizePicks Bet Types

There’s only one type of wager that can be played at MyPrizePicks.com and that’s total wagering, also known as an over/under play.

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Pick a team of two, three or four players, each of whom has an assigned fantasy score. Then wager whether each player will go over or under that total. Hit on all your calls and you’re a winner.

It is legal to play MyPrizePicks.com in Alaska, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, the District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming.

Payment Options

MyPrizePicks.com accepts accepts MaterCard, Visa, Discover, American Express and PayPal for funding accounts.

Withdrawals are made by echeck and generally take 2-5 days to process. The minimum withdrawal amount is $30.

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Fantasy sports leagues have been around for some time but betting on them – notably through Daily Fantasy Sports games (more commonly known by the abbreviation DFS) – has only become particularly popular in recent years. Fantasy Sports generally avoided the federal ban on sports betting in America, which ran between 1992 and 2018, because of a provision in the law that classed them as games of skill rather than games of chance.

Daily Fantasy Sports Betting Sites in Boston

While they wait for State lawmakers to clear the last roadblocks to legalise sports betting in Massachusetts, sports-mad residents of Boston are legally able to take part in a range of Daily Fantasy Sports games, via websites and apps such as Draftkings and FanDuel. Daily Fantasy Sports (more commonly known by the abbreviation DFS) betting is legal in Boston, as it is across the whole of the State of Massachusetts.