DraftKings.com Fantasy Soccer Contests Pay Out $10,000: High Rollers Delight

Written by:
Alistair Prescott
Published on:
Jun/18/2015
DraftKings.com Fantasy Soccer Contests Pay Out $10,000: High Rollers Delight

(G911 Fantasy Sports Wire) - Gambling911.com and sister site DFS911.com are always on the lookout for the best in Daily and Weekly Fantasy contests.  DraftKings.com has its head-to-head Soccer contests that pay out $10,600.

These types of head-to-head contests only attract the type of hardcore player found on big name sites like DraftKings and FanDuel as well as high rollers who read sites like Gambling911.com and Sportsbook Review.  

These contests are not for the faint of heart as they require a $5,300 entry fee.  There is actually a contest that pays out $20,000 and requires a $10,000 entry fee.  Only MLS matches are being offered at this time. – Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

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