FantasyAces.com to Pay Out $250K Prize Days After Daily Fantasy Sports Expo

Written by:
Aaron Goldstein
Published on:
May/07/2015
FantasyAces.com to Pay Out $250K Prize Days After Daily Fantasy Sports Expo

FantasyAces.com, a two-year-old daily fantasy sports website, promises a $250K payday on August 15, just days after the first ever Daily Fantasy Sports Expo in Miami Beach August 6-7.

Gambling911.com published its FantasyAces.com review back in January and the site seems to have garnered some steam in recent months.  Can they compete with the likes of industry giants DraftKings.com and FanDuel.com is a different story.  The $250K prize is among the biggest being offered by a daily fantasy sports site that is not named DraftKings or FanDuel.

Qualifiers are ongoing each Friday evening.  An example from May 8 appears below. Draft a fantasy team consisting of the following 11 positions from the following game schedule below: (2)P, C, (2)2B/SS, (2)1B/3B, (3)OF, UTIL . Each player has a salary, and you only have $55k to spend. Score more fantasy points than your opponent(s) & you win!

  • Mets @ Phillies - Fri 7:05pm EST
  • Orioles @ Yankees - Fri 7:05pm EST
  • Cardinals @ Pirates - Fri 7:05pm EST
  • Braves @ Nationals - Fri 7:05pm EST
  • Red Sox @ Blue Jays - Fri 7:07pm EST
  • Royals @ Tigers - Fri 7:08pm EST
  • Twins @ Indians - Fri 7:10pm EST
  • Rangers @ Rays - Fri 7:10pm EST
  • Reds @ White Sox - Fri 8:10pm EST
  • Cubs @ Brewers - Fri 8:10pm EST
  • Dodgers @ Rockies - Fri 8:40pm EST
  • Padres @ Diamondbacks - Fri 9:40pm EST
  • Astros @ Angels - Fri 10:05pm EST
  • Athletics @ Mariners - Fri 10:10pm EST
    Marlins @ Giants - Fri 10:15pm EST
  • 1st: Entry Ticket: $250K FAWBC Live Final [August 15th] ($15,000.00 value)
  • 2nd: $2,000.00
  • 3rd: $1,000.00
  • 4th: $800.00
  • 5th: $600.00
  • 6th: $500.00
  • 7th: $500.00
  • 8th: $500.00
  • 9th: $500.00
  • 10th: $500.00
  • 11th: $400.00
  • 12th: $400.00
  • 13th: $400.00
  • 14th: $400.00
  • 15th: $400.00
  • 16th: $400.00
  • 17th: $400.00
  • 18th: $300.00
  • 19th: $300.00
  • 20th: $300.00
  • 21st: $300.00
  • 22nd: $300.00
  • 23rd: $300.00
  • 24th: $300.00
  • 25th: $300.00
  • 26th: $300.00
  • 27th: $300.00
  • 28th: $200.00
  • 29th: $200.00
  • 30th: $200.00
  • 31st: $200.00
  • 32nd: $200.00
  • 33rd: $200.00
  • 34th: $200.00
  • 35th: $150.00
  • 36th: $150.00
  • 37th: $150.00
  • 38th: $150.00
  • 39th: $150.00

40th: $150.00

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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