Try World Cup Fantasy Soccer with SBI & DraftStreet

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The World Cup is in full swing, and as the final spots in the Round of 16 prepare to be filled, you will have your chance to kick up the fun factor by taking part in fantasy soccer, World Cup style.

SBI is teaming up with DraftStreet to bring you some one-day fantasy contests where you can win cash on every match day during the World Cup and there’s still time for you to get involved. The entry fees range from completely free to hundreds of dollars and you can play in head to head leagues or up against thousands of other World Cup fans.

To start off, we have a special contests for all SBI fans. The contest is a Pick-em style league for Saturday’s World Cup matches and has an entry fee of just $2. There’s a $1,000 total prize pool, a top prize of $200, and the top 50 teams will all win money. All you have to do is build a team of 8 players that have games that day. Then watch as your players rack up points based on how they perform in the games and help you rise to the top of the leader board to take home the cash prizes. Click here for details on how to join the Pick-em Contest.

For complete rules and scoring details, head on over to DraftStreet. As an added perk, if you sign up through any of the Soccer By Ives links and are a first time depositor, you’ll receive a 100% bonus, up to $200.

More than $100,000 has been won playing daily fantasy World Cup on DraftStreet so far. Sign up now and take home your piece of the prize pool.

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2 Responses to Try World Cup Fantasy Soccer with SBI & DraftStreet

  1. J says:

    Two of my favorite websites partnered up? Love this!!!!!

    I actually came in 2nd place last week in last Wednesday’s big contest and won $500. Today is tough because the games lock at 12pm, and we won’t know the starting lineups for the 4pm EST games, but a lot of people forget to pay attention to that, and you can use it to your advantage when you make your lineups.

    Anyone else start making their teams? I hate to say it, but it will be tough to pass up Ghana’s goalie, once the coach names the starting lineup this morning. The only other GK who is that cheap today is Russia’s.

  2. THomas says:

    No