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What is Masters Fantasy Football

Masters Fantasy Football Leagues came about by accident. Darrin and I were in different leagues and wanted to play in a league together. We both had been in our respective leagues for a long time and didn't have the time to start up another league. With kids, wives, work and the like it was hard enough to get everybody together for a night in our main leagues let alone trying to get a different group of guys together on a different night. So we researched on the internet and found a few websites that allowed us to join a league and draft at our convenience. Unfortunately, they all had problems. These problems ranged from complex scoring systems to limited functionality. They didn't allow trades, had strange waiver rules and the like. They had neither real time scoring nor any type of live updates, but most importantly, they all had lousy payouts. The leagues that we looked at had payouts between 50% and 65% of entry fees. This meant that if we joined a 12 team league with a five hundred dollar entry fee the payout was only $3000.00 and the web site kept $3000.00.

What if we started our own leagues and included all the features that we couldn't find in our search for a site on the internet? And Masters Fantasy Football was born.

The first thing we decided was that payouts would be as high as possible. Therefore the same entry fee of $500.00 gave a payout of $5,400.00, $2,400 more than the other leagues we could find. Our leagues have real time scoring, drafting, updates, trading, waiver wire pickups, and message/smack boards. Please go to our league info page and click on the league preview which will direct you to an actual league where you can navigate and see all the features our leagues have. There are too many to list here.

Other than the type of draft, all of our leagues have the exact same rules.

We offer six types of leagues: early email draft, email draft, live draft, dynasty, mid-season and playoff leagues.

  • Early Draft/Email – For some of us (me included) we don't want to wait until the middle of August to start the draft. The early drafts start as soon as the league is full, but not until the NFL Draft is complete. Please read following section on email drafts, as all early drafts are email drafts and are identical (other than start of draft). This is a serpentine draft; the draft order is randomly selected and then you draft 1-12 and coming back around 13-24, therefore, whoever has the first pick in the first round will have the last pick in the following round and whoever has the last pick in the first round will have the first pick in the second round. All early drafts will start as soon as the league is full.
  • Email – All regular email drafts will also start as soon as the league is full but no earlier than August 1st. The email draft is ideal for people who don't have time to commit to an exact draft time, as it allows you to draft when and where it is convenient for you. This is a serpentine draft; the draft order is randomly selected and then you draft 1-12 and coming back around 13-24. Therefore whoever has the first pick in the first round will have the last pick in the following round and whoever has the last pick in the first round will have the first pick in the second round.
  • Live Draft – This is the most traditional type of draft. Choose the time and date you want to draft from the table on the live draft rule page. You will receive an email which gives you the link to your draft and the time. The website also includes a countdown clock to when your draft starts. There will be 2 minutes between draft picks which will give you time to make your selection. If the draft clock reaches zero or if you have not logged into the website for the draft, the artificial intelligence feature of the draft will make your pick for you. This draft should take between 1 to 2 hours to complete. This is a serpentine draft; the draft order is randomly selected and then you draft 1-12 and coming back around 13-24, therefore, whoever has the first pick in the first round will have the last pick in the following round and whoever has the last pick in the first round will have the first pick in the second round.

Thank you! We hope you enjoyed your visit to Masters Fantasy Football Leagues and we look forward to having you join one of our leagues.

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