How does SuperDraft work? A complete guide to playing DFS games, fantasy props & more

Wanting to test your sports acumen, compete with like-minded users, and build camaraderie while adding more thrill to your sports-watching routine? If so, SuperDraft is your one-stop shop for an immersive and rewarding DFS and fantasy props experience.

SuperDraft utilizes elements of skill, strategy, and sports knowledge coupled with the excitement of daily fantasy sports contests to bring users closer to the action. Whether you’re an experienced prop bettor and fantasy player or a novice looking to learn about daily fantasy, SuperDraft provides an easy-to-navigate platform that lets you compete against other sports fans in North America.

Let’s dive head-first into the realm of DFS roster construction, prop options, and how to turn your sports knowledge into cold hard cash.

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Launched in the spring of 2019, SuperDraft is an online fantasy sports platform with a unique twist on traditional daily fantasy sports. Daily fantasy sports, or “DFS,” condense traditional season-long fantasy leagues into daily or weekend-long contests. Rather than competing for months, DFS accelerates the season-long format to provide users with relatively quick end results.

DFS utilizes the real-life production of athletes in given games, converting their play into points that can help DFS players take down their opponents. Users will start by drafting a lineup meeting the criteria of their desired contest. 

From there, users can compete in several different contest types, with the payout structure varying based on numerous factors, most notably the size of the contest and whether or not the contest has a “guaranteed prize pool” (GPP). Having an opportunity to start anew each day by creating fresh lineups has culminated in the rapid rise of DFS throughout North America.

SuperDraft provides users with a multitude of DFS contests in sports ranging from the NFL to the WNBA. For a complete list of sports offered on SuperDraft, check out SuperDraft’s lobby of active contests.

On the majority of DFS platforms, users are restricted to a salary cap format, where their contest lineup must be assembled within the specific parameters of the contest. SuperDraft does offer salary cap contests (with the cap set at $80,000), but its main draw is its distinctive “Multiplier Mode”.

In its Multiplier Mode, users “create a lineup by selecting players available in the Draft Group. Each player in the Draft Group is assigned a scoring Multiplier based on their value as determined by SuperDraft. You can draft any player within the lineup format with no restrictions.”

Along with its salary cap and multiplier modes, SuperDraft offers a Champion mode, where users draft their lineup around a Champion scoring an additional 50 percent of points, and a Super 15 mode, where users draft from a limited pool of top players.

Additionally, SuperDraft provides its users with a unique user “Sport Rank” system which rewards them for not just their success in DFS but how regularly they play. The more one plays, the more reward points one accumulates. Furthermore, users can compete on a level playing field against users of a similar skill level or even attempt to take down higher-ranked users to earn additional rewards.

Users can also gain “Experience Badges” based on the number of contests they compete in. An “Experienced” badge is given to users with more than 500 contests entered or if users have won $2,500 across six contests or more. A “Highly Experienced” badge is given to users entered in more than 1,000 contests, or $1,000 won in four contests or more.

SuperDraft also offers a Fantasy Props feature, where users can select up to eight player-performance propositions with the chance to win up to 100 times your entry fee should every single prop hit.

SuperDraft’s Fantasy Props feature offers the same subset of sports in daily fantasy tournaments, giving players another avenue to compete for cash and get closer to the game. 

Below, we’ll explain how each of SuperDraft’s DFS game modes and their Fantasy Props feature works.

Multiplier 

Multiplier contests have the look and feel of traditional salary cap contests, as users will create a lineup by selecting players available in the Draft Group. Users are free to draft whomever they like but remember that each player has a specific Multiplier value determined by SuperDraft. 

The player’s multipliers range from as low as 1x to as high as 1.7x, so a player with a 1x Multiplier won’t get their points multiplied, but a player with a 1.7x Multiplier will get all their points multiplied by 1.7x. The higher the Multiplier, the greater the potential points the player can earn for your lineup. However, players with higher Multipliers are generally considered riskier, as they may face tougher matchups.

Multiplier contests are offered for eight events (NFL, CFB, MLB, NBA, WNBA, CBB, NHL, and Golf), with each contest differing in scoring. The number of players drafted for your lineup and scoring varies on your chosen sport. 

We’ve highlighted the rules and scoring for each of the eight events offered in SuperDraft’s Multiplier mode.

NFL 

Roster structure: Lineup will consist of eight players and must include players from at least two different NFL games

  • One quarterback, two running backs, three wide receivers, one tight end, and one flex (RB, WR, or TE)

Scoring breakdown:

-Rushing yards (0.1 points)

-Rushing touchdowns (6 points)

-Passing yards (0.04 points)

-Passing touchdowns (4 points)

-Interceptions (-1 point)

-Receiving yards (0.1 points)

-Receiving touchdowns (6 points)

-Receptions (0.5 points)

-Kickoff touchdowns (6 points)

-Punt return touchdowns (6 points)

-Fumbles (-2 points)

-Fumble touchdowns (6 points)

-Two-point conversions (2 points)

-Two-point passing conversions (2 points)

-Extra point conversions (1 point)

-100-plus rushing yard performances (2 points)

-100-plus receiving yard performances (2 points)

-300-plus passing yard performances (2 points)

CFB 

Roster structure: Lineup will consist of seven players and must include players from at least two different CFB games.

  • One quarterback, two running backs, three wide receivers, and one flex (RB, WR, TE, or K)

Scoring breakdown:

-Rushing yards (0.1 points)

-Rushing touchdowns (6 points)

-Passing yards (0.04 points)

-Passing touchdowns (4 points)

-Interceptions (-1 point)

-Receiving yards (0.1 points)

-Receiving touchdowns (6 points)

-Receptions (0.5 points)

-Kickoff touchdowns (6 points)

-Punt return touchdowns (6 points)

-Fumbles (-2 points)

-Fumble touchdowns (6 points)

-Two-point conversions (2 points)

-Two-point passing conversions (2 points)

-Extra point conversions (1 point)

-100-plus rushing yard performances (2 points)

-100-plus receiving yard performances (2 points)

-300-plus passing yard performances (2 points)

MLB 

Roster structure: Lineup will consist of eight players and must include players from at least two different MLB games. Lineups must have no more than four hitters from any one team.

  • Two pitchers and six hitters

Scoring breakdown:

Hitters

-Singles (2 points)

-Doubles (4 points)

-Triples (6 points)

-Home Runs (4 points)

-Runs batted in (3 points)

-Runs scored (2.5 points)

-Walks (2 points)

-Stolen bases (4 points)

-Hit by pitches (2 points)

-Sacrifice bunts (1 point)

-Sacrifice flys (1 point)

Pitchers

-Wins (4 points)

-Earned runs (-2 points)

-Strikeouts (2 points)

-Innings pitched (2 points)

-Hits allowed (-0.5 points)

-Walks (-0.5 points)

-Hit by pitches (-0.5 points)

-Double plays (0.5 points)

NBA 

Roster structure: Lineup will consist of seven players and must include players from at least two different NBA games. 

  • Seven players: Three guards, three forwards, and one center

Scoring breakdown:

-Points (1 point)

-Three-pointers (0.5 points)

-Rebounds (1.25 points)

-Assists (1.5 points)

-Blocks (3 points)

-Steals (3 points)

-Turnovers (-1 point)

-Double-doubles (1.5 points)

-Triple-doubles (1.5 points)

WNBA

Roster structure: Lineup will consist of seven players and must include players from at least two different WNBA games.

  • Seven players: Three guards, three forwards, and one center

Scoring breakdown:

-Points (1 point)

-Three-pointers (0.5 points)

-Rebounds (1.25 points)

-Assists (1.5 points)

-Blocks (3 points)

-Steals (3 points)

-Turnovers (-1 point)

-Double-doubles (1.5 points)

-Triple-doubles (1.5 points)

CBB

Roster structure: Lineup will consist of seven players and must include players from at least two different CBB games.

  • Seven players: Three guards, three forwards, and one center

Scoring breakdown:

-Points (1 point)

-Three-pointers (0.5 points)

-Rebounds (1.25 points)

-Assists (1.5 points)

-Blocks (3 points)

-Steals (3 points)

-Turnovers (-1 point)

-Double-doubles (1.5 points)

-Triple-doubles (1.5 points)

NHL 

Roster structure: Lineup will consist of eight players and must include players from at least three different NHL games.

  • Eight players: Two centers, three wings, two defense, and one goalie

Scoring breakdown:

Forwards/Defensemen

-Goals (6 points)

-Assists (3 points)

-Shots on goal (0.25 points)

-Shorthanded goals (1 point)

-Shorthanded assists (1 point)

-Blocked shots (1 point)

Goalies

-Wins (6 points)

-Goals allowed (-2 points)

-Saves (0.4 points)

-Shutouts (4 points)

Golf 

Roster structure: Lineup will consist of six golfers.

Scoring breakdown:

-Double Eagles (8 points)

-Eagles (4 points)

-Birdies (2 points)

-Pars (1 point)

-Bogeys (-1 point)

-Double bogeys (-2 points)

-Triple bogeys (-3 points)

Additional bonuses

-Bogey-free rounds (4 points)

-Streak of 3 Birdies of Better (3 points)

Tournament Finish Bonuses 

-1st place (15 points)

-2nd place (13 points)

-3rd place (11 points)

-4th place (10 points)

-5th place (9 points)

-6th place (8 points)

-7th place (7points)

-8th place (6 points)

-9th place (5 points)

-10th place (4 points)

-11th-15th place (3 points)

-16th-20th place (2 points)

-21st-25th place (1 point)

Champion Mode

In Champion Mode contests, users draft a five-player lineup headlined by one Champion, who sees their point total multiplied by 50 percent on top of their corresponding Multiplier. The other four players qualify as FLEX players who are also assigned a specific Multiplier but do not receive an extra 50 percent boost as the Champion does.

Champion Mode contests are offered for 10 events (NFL, CFB, MLB, NBA, WNBA, CBB, BIG3, NASCAR, MMA, and Poker), with each contest differing in scoring. Below, we’ll break down the scoring rules for each Champion Mode contest event.

NFL

Roster structure: Lineup must include players from at least two different NFL teams.

Scoring breakdown:

-Rushing yards (0.1 points)

-Rushing touchdowns (6 points)

-Passing yards (0.04 points)

-Passing touchdowns (4 points)

-Interceptions (-1 point)

-Receiving yards (0.1 points)

-Receiving touchdowns (6 points)

-Receptions (0.5 points)

-Kickoff touchdown (6 points)

-Punt return touchdown (6 points)

-Fumble (-2 points)

-Fumble touchdown (6 points)

-Two-point conversion (2 points)

-Two-point passing conversion (2 points)

-Extra point conversion (1 point)

-100-plus rushing yard performance (2 points)

-100-plus receiving yard performance (2 points)

-300-plus passing yard performance (2 points)

CFB

Roster structure: Lineup must include players from at least two different CFB teams.

Scoring breakdown:

-Rushing yards (0.1 points)

-Rushing touchdowns (6 points)

-Passing yards (0.04 points)

-Passing touchdowns (4 points)

-Interceptions (-1 point)

-Receiving yards (0.1 points)

-Receiving touchdowns (6 points)

-Receptions (0.5 points)

-Kickoff touchdowns (6 points)

-Punt return touchdowns (6 points)

-Fumbles (-2 points)

-Fumble touchdowns (6 points)

-Two-point conversions (2 points)

-Two-point passing conversions (2 points)

-Extra point conversions (1 point)

-100-plus rushing yard performances (2 points)

-100-plus receiving yard performances (2 points)

-300-plus passing yard performances (2 points)

MLB

Roster structure: Lineup must include players from at least two different MLB teams.

Scoring breakdown:

Hitters

-Singles (2 points)

-Doubles (4 points)

-Triples (6 points)

-Home Runs (4 points)

-Runs batted in (3 points)

-Runs scored (2.5 points)

-Walks (2 points)

-Stolen bases (4 points)

-Hit by pitches (2 points)

-Sacrifice bunts (1 point)

-Sacrifice flys (1 point)

Pitchers

-Wins (4 points)

-Earned runs (-2 points)

-Strikeouts (2 points)

-Innings pitched (2 points)

-Hits allowed (-0.5 points)

-Walks (-0.5 points)

-Hit by pitches (-0.5 points)

-Double plays (0.5 points)

NBA 

Roster structure: Lineup must include players from at least two different NBA teams.

Scoring breakdown:

-Points (1 point)

-Three-pointers (0.5 points)

-Rebounds (1.25 points)

-Assists (1.5 points)

-Blocks (3 points)

-Steals (3 points)

-Turnovers (-1 point)

-Double-doubles (1.5 points)

-Triple-doubles (1.5 points)

WNBA

Roster structure: Lineup must include players from at least two different WNBA games.

Scoring breakdown:

-Points (1 point)

-Three-pointers (0.5 points)

-Rebounds (1.25 points)

-Assists (1.5 points)

-Blocks (3 points)

-Steals (3 points)

-Turnovers (-1 point)

-Double-doubles (1.5 points)

-Triple-doubles (1.5 points)

CBB

Roster structure: Lineup must include players from at least two different CBB games.

Scoring breakdown:

-Points (1 point)

-Three-pointers (0.5 points)

-Rebounds (1.25 points)

-Assists (1.5 points)

-Blocks (3 points)

-Steals (3 points)

-Turnovers (-1 point)

-Double-doubles (1.5 points)

-Triple-doubles (1.5 points)

BIG3 

Scoring breakdown:

-Points (1 point)

-Three-pointers (0.5 points)

-Four-pointers (1 points)

-Rebounds (1.25 points)

-Assists (1.5 points)

-Blocks (3 points)

-Steals (3 points)

-Turnovers (-1 point)

NASCAR 

Scoring breakdown:

Standard

-Place differential (+-0.75 points)

-Laps led (0.2 points)

-Laps (0.1 points)

Position-Scoring

-1st place (45 points)

-2nd place (41 points)

-3rd place (40 points)

-4th place (39 points)

-5th place (38 points)

-6th place (37 points)

-7th place (36points)

-8th place (35 points)

-9th place (34 points)

-10th place (33 points)

-11th place (32 points)

-12th place (31 points)

-13th place (30 points)

-14th place (29 points)

-15th place (28 points)

-16th place (27 points)

-17th place (26 points)

-18th place (25 points)

-19th place (24 points)

-20th place (23 points)

-21st place (22 points)

-22nd place (21 points)

-23rd place (20 points)

-24th place (19 points)

-25th place (18 points) 

-26th place (17 points)

-27th place (16 points)

-28th place (15 points)

-29th place (14 points)

-30th place (13 points)

-31st place (12 points)

-32nd place (11 points)

-33rd place (10 points)

-34th place (9 points)

-35th place (8 points)

-36th place (7 points)

-37th place (6 points)

-38th place (5 points)

-39th place (4 points)

-40th place (3 points)

MMA

Scoring breakdown:

Moves

-Significant strikes (0.75 points)

-Takedowns (7.5 points)

-Knockdowns (15 points)

Fight Bonuses

-1st round win (110 points)

-2nd round win (85 points)

-3rd round win (65 points)

-4th round win (50 points)

-5th round win (40 points)

-Win by decision (30 points)

Poker

Scoring breakdown:

-In the money (25 points)

-Final-table (50 points)

-Top 3 finish (75 points)

-Top 5 finish (50 points)

-1st place (200 points)

-2nd place (175 points)

-3rd place (150 points)

-4th place (100 points)

-5th place (90 points)

-6th place (85 points)

-7th place (80 points)

-8th place (75 points)

-9th place (70 points)

-10th place (65 points)

-11th place (60 points)

-12th place (55 points)

-13th place (50 points)

-14th place (45 points)

-15th place (40 points)

-16th place (35 points)

-17th place (30 points)

-18th place (25 points)

-19th place (20 points)

-20th place (15 points)

Super 15

SuperDraft’s Super 15 game mode limits users to a $15 salary cap in which they’re tasked with drafting the best possible lineup for their chosen contest.

Super 15 contests are offered for three events (NFL, MLB, and Golf), with each contest differing in scoring.

Salary Cap

Along with its distinct Multiplier mode, SuperDraft offers traditional salary cap contests, giving users an $80,000 salary to construct their lineup. Just as the Multiplier values are determined by SuperDraft, so too are each player’s salaries. Additionally, users don’t necessarily have to utilize the entire salary allotment to construct their lineup.

Salary Cap contests are offered for eight events (NFL, CFB, MLB, NBA, WNBA, CBB, NHL, and Golf), with each contest differing in scoring. The number of players drafted for your lineup and scoring varies on your chosen sport. 

We’ve highlighted the rules and scoring for each of the eight events offered in SuperDraft’s Salary Cap mode.

NFL

Roster structure: Lineup will consist of eight players and must include players from at least two different NFL games

  • One quarterback, two running backs, three wide receivers, one tight end, and one flex (RB, WR, or TE)

Scoring breakdown:

-Rushing yards (0.1 points)

-Rushing touchdowns (6 points)

-Passing yards (0.04 points)

-Passing touchdowns (4 points)

-Interceptions (-1 point)

-Receiving yards (0.1 points)

-Receiving touchdowns (6 points)

-Receptions (0.5 points)

-Kickoff touchdown (6 points)

-Punt return touchdown (6 points)

-Fumble (-2 points)

-Fumble touchdown (6 points)

-Two-point conversion (2 points)

-Two-point passing conversion (2 points)

-Extra point conversion (1 point)

-100-plus rushing yard performance (2 points)

-100-plus receiving yard performance (2 points)

-300-plus passing yard performance (2 points)

CFB 

Roster structure: Lineup will consist of seven players and must include players from at least two different CFB games.

  •  One quarterback, two running backs, three wide receivers, and one flex (RB, WR, TE, or K)

Scoring breakdown:

-Rushing yards (0.1 points)

-Rushing touchdowns (6 points)

-Passing yards (0.04 points)

-Passing touchdowns (4 points)

-Interceptions (-1 point)

-Receiving yards (0.1 points)

-Receiving touchdowns (6 points)

-Receptions (0.5 points)

-Kickoff touchdowns (6 points)

-Punt return touchdowns (6 points)

-Fumbles (-2 points)

-Fumble touchdowns (6 points)

-Two-point conversions (2 points)

-Two-point passing conversions (2 points)

-Extra point conversions (1 point)

-100-plus rushing yard performances (2 points)

-100-plus receiving yard performances (2 points)

-300-plus passing yard performances (2 points)

MLB 

Roster structure: Lineup will consist of eight players and must include players from at least two different MLB games. Lineups must have no more than four hitters from any one team.

  • Two pitchers, and six hitters

Scoring breakdown:

Hitters

-Singles (2 points)

-Doubles (4 points)

-Triples (6 points)

-Home Runs (4 points)

-Runs batted in (3 points)

-Runs scored (2.5 points)

-Walks (2 points)

-Stolen bases (4 points)

-Hit by pitches (2 points)

-Sacrifice bunts (1 point)

-Sacrifice flies (1 point)

Pitchers

-Wins (4 points)

-Earned runs (-2 points)

-Strikeouts (2 points)

-Innings pitched (2 points)

-Hits allowed (-0.5 points)

-Walks (-0.5 points)

-Hit by pitches (-0.5 points)

-Double plays (0.5 points)

NBA 

Roster structure: Lineup will consist of seven players and must include players from at least two different NBA games. 

  • Three guards, three forwards, and one center

Scoring breakdown:

-Points (1 point)

-Three-pointers (0.5 points)

-Rebounds (1.25 points)

-Assists (1.5 points)

-Blocks (3 points)

-Steals (3 points)

-Turnovers (-1 point)

-Double-doubles (1.5 points)

-Triple-doubles (1.5 points)

WNBA

Roster structure: Lineup will consist of seven players and must include players from at least two different WNBA games.

  • Three guards, three forwards, and one center

Scoring breakdown:

-Points (1 point)

-Three-pointers (0.5 points)

-Rebounds (1.25 points)

-Assists (1.5 points)

-Blocks (3 points)

-Steals (3 points)

-Turnovers (-1 point)

-Double-doubles (1.5 points)

-Triple-doubles (1.5 points)

CBB

Roster structure: Lineup will consist of seven players and must include players from at least two different CBB games.

  • Three guards, three forwards, and one center

Scoring breakdown:

-Points (1 point)

-Three-pointers (0.5 points)

-Rebounds (1.25 points)

-Assists (1.5 points)

-Blocks (3 points)

-Steals (3 points)

-Turnovers (-1 point)

-Double-doubles (1.5 points)

-Triple-doubles (1.5 points)

NHL 

Roster structure: Lineup will consist of eight players and must include players from at least three different WNBA games.

  • Two centers, three wings, two defense, and one goalie

Scoring breakdown:

Forwards/Defensemen

-Goals (6 points)

-Assists (3 points)

-Shots on goal (0.25 points)

-Shorthanded goals (1 point)

-Shorthanded assists (1 point)

-Blocked shots (1 point)

Goalies

-Wins (6 points)

-Goals allowed (-2 points)

-Saves (0.4 points)

-Shutouts (4 points)

Golf 

Roster structure: Lineup will consist of six golfers.

Scoring breakdown:

-Double Eagles (8 points)

-Eagles (4 points)

-Birdies (2 points)

-Pars (1 point)

-Bogeys (-1 point)

-Double bogeys (-2 points)

-Triple bogeys (-3 points)

Additional bonuses

-Bogey-free rounds (4 points)

-Streak of 3 Birdies of Better (3 points)

Tournament Finish Bonuses 

-1st place (15 points)

-2nd place (13 points)

-3rd place (11 points)

-4th place (10 points)

-5th place (9 points)

-6th place (8 points)

-7th place (7points)

-8th place (6 points)

-9th place (5 points)

-10th place (4 points)

-11th-15th place (3 points)

-16th-20th place (2 points)

-21st-25th place (1 point)

Additional rules pertaining to Multiplier, Champion, Super 15, and Salary Cap contests: 

Player Pool

The available players within a contest will consist of the active players from the teams within its “Draft Group”. A “Draft Group” is a number of teams playing in games associated to a contest. A player could potentially be missing from the Player Pool due to recent trades or unforeseen circumstances.

Once the Player Pool and their individual values (Salary or Multiplier) are established for a Draft Group they should not change. On rare occasions, SuperDraft reserves the right to change the Player Pool to fix inaccurate information. If these changes affect your lineup you will be notified via email and/or app notification.

Player Eligibility

Positions of players are determined at the sole discretion of SuperDraft.

Canceled, Postponed and Rescheduled Tournament

In the event that a tournament is canceled, postponed, or rescheduled to a time outside of the original Draft Group, the game will be disabled in the Draft Group and players listed to play in that game will not score points.

SuperDraft may choose to adjust the Draft Group at their sole discretion to accommodate schedule changes at any time before 12 a.m. ET on the date the Draft Group is scheduled to start and/or if the adjustment would move the Draft Group start time by 15 minutes or less.

Any tournaments that are disabled will be indicated as such on Draft Screens. Emails and other notifications may also be used to notify users of disabled tournaments.

If canceled or rescheduled tournaments result in a Draft Group including only one active game, then all contests for that Draft Group will be canceled and refunded.

Tournaments are “known” to be canceled or postponed once their status is updated as such by SuperDraft’s stats-provider.

If canceled or rescheduled tournaments result in a Draft Group with zero active tournaments, all contests for that Draft Group will be canceled and refunded.

Suspended or Shortened Tournament

SuperDraft uses official statistics. If the declared tournament is “suspended” then the statistics generated before the tournament was suspended will count in any Draft Groups containing said tournament. Statistics occurring when the tournament resumes will not be included.

Lineup Edits

Editing lineups is allowed at any time leading up to the game. As soon as the team’s game is scheduled to start, each player will become “locked.” Players whose games have not started will be eligible to be swapped for another player whose game has not started.

Contest Entry

The Entry-Fee and Prize Pool for a contest will not change once the contest is created. There will be a maximum amount of total entries accepted for each contest. Whether or not a contest reaches its capacity before beginning, guaranteed contests will run. Non-guaranteed contests that do not reach capacity before the contest starts will be canceled and refunded.

Scoring and Payouts

Live stats and scoring updates will be provided by STATS LLC while a contest is live. A contest is complete when all games in the Draft Group are final, and we receive the final box score to all games. Delays in contest completion may occur due to stat collection and finalization. Contests will be paid out within 24 hours of the contest. On rare occasions, after a game has been completed official scorers can issue stat corrections. In this case, any official scoring changes occurring after a contest is finalized will not impact the standings of the contest.

Matchmaking

Match up with users of the same skill level with our sports ranking system. Progress and rank up in each individual sport overall records, win streaks, and more.

Fantasy Props

SuperDraft’s Fantasy Props mode allows users to select at least two player propositions from two different teams and predict whether or not they will go over or under their selected stats. 

The more props you choose to combine, the larger your potential payout increases should you get every prop over/under right. 

Here’s a breakdown of the potential payouts relative to the number of Fantasy Props users select:

1 player: No bet allowed

2 players: 3x payout

3 players: 6x payout

4 players: 10x payout

5 players: 20x payout

6 players: 35x payout

7 players: 65x payout

8 players: 100x payout

The Fantasy Props feature is offered for NFL, CFB, MLB, NBA, WNBA, CBB, MLB, NHL, MMA, Golf, and NASCAR. The specific stat props vary by sport and are routinely updated to coincide with the current slate of games in the 11 sports offered.

Additionally, users aren’t restricted to combining props from the same sport. Users should also know that: In the event that a game is canceled, postponed, or rescheduled to a time outside of the original contest, the game will be disabled in the Draft Group, and players listed to play in that game will not score points.

SuperDraft may choose to adjust the Draft Group at their sole discretion to accommodate schedule changes at any time before 12:00am ET on the date the Draft Group is scheduled to start and/or if the adjustment would move the Draft Group start time by 15 minutes or less.

Any games that are disabled will be indicated as such on Draft Screens. Emails and other notifications may also be used to notify users of disabled games.

If canceled or rescheduled games result in a Draft Group including only one active game, then all contests for that Draft Group will be canceled and refunded.

Games are “known” to be canceled or postponed once their status is updated as such by SuperDraft’s stats provider.

If canceled or rescheduled games result in a Draft Group with zero active games, all contests for that Draft Group will be canceled and refunded.

Cancellation

Any player who does not satisfy the following criteria will be counted as a “Did Not Play”. The pick will be canceled, and your entry will be reverted down one-tier.

NFL/CFB Cancellation

Players must accrue at least one offensive snap or one punt return TD.

NBA/WNBA Cancellation

Players must record at least one second of official game time to be counted for entries.

MLB Cancellation

Hitters must be in the starting lineup and record one plate appearance to be eligible. Otherwise, they will be counted as a “Did Not Play”. The pick will be canceled, and your entry will be reverted down one-tier. MLB pitchers must record one pitch at any point in the game (SPs and RPs pitchers are eligible).

NHL Cancellation

Players must record at least one second of official game time to be counted for entries.

MMA Cancellation

If a player records one second of fight time, the pick will be counted for entries. The only exception to this will be if a fight is ruled a No Contest.

Golf Cancellation

Players must complete 18 holes for that given round to be counted for the entry.

NASCAR Cancellation

If a driver records one second of race time, the pick will be counted for entries.

Progressive Jackpot

The Fantasy Props feature also offers a daily Progressive Jackpot mode, where users select the over/under on 12 props (selected by SuperDraft) with a chance to take home 75 percent of the Jackpot’s amount. Users are limited to a maximum of two entries, with each entry costing $5.

Additionally, when a user wins the Jackpot, 20 percent of the pot is split between the field of entrants. Users can view the number of entrants and see the current Jackpot amount on SuperDraft. 

Looking to get into the action? Here’s a step-by-step guideline on how to join  Superdraft.

  1. Download the SuperDraft app on your favorite mobile device or visit SuperDraft.io.
  2. Select the green “Join Now” button if signing up via the SuperDraft app.
  3. If utilizing SuperDraft.io select the green “Sign Up” button in the top right corner to create an account.
  4. Proceed by entering the requested information to proceed with the sign-up process.
  5. Before completing the sign-up process, users can enter code promo code “TSN” for an instant $10 credit along with a first deposit match up to $20.
  6. After that, users will be asked to enable their location services to comply with local regulations.
  7. Once your location is enabled, users are prompted to select a deposit amount and payment method, or can select “Deposit Later”.
  8. Before making your first deposit, users will also need to verify their identification.
  9. Once users verify and deposit, they’re ready to get into the action!

How do I verify my account?

After downloading the app from the App Store or Play Store, open SuperDraft and tap either the “Sign Up With Email” or “Sign Up With Facebook” buttons. Next, complete the sign-up form with the following pieces of information: Email Address, Username, Password, and Date of Birth.

After you create your account, SuperDraft’s system will automatically attempt to verify your identity when you attempt to make your first deposit or submit your first contest entry. The initial verification pop-up will ask for your first name, last name, and your address. If this works successfully, you will be able to immediately begin entering lineups for contests and depositing money into your SuperDraft account.

However, if SuperDraft is unable to automatically verify your account, you will need to enter more information to help our system try to verify your identity. The requested information includes the last four digits of your social security number (SSN) and your date of birth. If this verification attempt fails, you will be given a final option to upload an image of some form of identification (normally a driver’s license). After submitting your ID, a member of our support team will need to manually verify your account. All of your personal information is kept confidential and is TSEVO-Secured.

SuperDraft is not able to accept forms for verification through email. You will have to upload a photo of your government-issued ID to this link: https://superdraft.io/upload

If automatic verification fails, it doesn’t mean you did anything wrong! However, you will receive a message saying that you will need to reach out to SuperDraft’s Player Support team.

You can either click the “Contact Support” button in that pop-up message or reach out a couple of other ways:

In the mobile app: Click on the menu button in the top left-hand corner of the app and then select “Help & Support” followed by “Contact Support.”

If you’re accessing SuperDraft via a web browser: go to our “Contact Us” page. In the ticket form, choose “Verification Error” as the subject, and then let us know that you’re having issues with account verification. Once you hit submit, you should receive an email from SuperDraft’s Zendesk account, and the agent will run through the verification steps with you.

Note: In order to play SuperDraft, your identity must first be verified due to legal limitations on daily fantasy sports in the U.S. and Canada. Until your account is verified, you will not be allowed to enter into any contests on SuperDraft.

Deposit options

SuperDraft accepts most major credit card companies including Visa, MasterCard, and Discover, along with PayPal.

Is It Possible To Register More than One Account?

No, SuperDraft does not allow for a single person to maintain more than one account. This is set in place to fortify their Fair-Play Policy, protecting other contestants against unfair advantages.

Can I Change My Username?

Once created, your username is here to stay! It is part of their Fair-Play Policy to prevent users from altering their name once locked in place.

How Do I Change/Reset My Email or Password?

If you are unable to log in to your account because you forgot your password, you can always reset it by providing the email address you typically use for login. Instructions will be sent to that address, explaining how your password can be reset.

Provided you are able to login to your account, you can change your primary email (which you use to login and receive notifications) from the Profile page.

Should this not work for you, you can email SuperDraft at [email protected] to get help.

How Is My Account Protected?

SuperDraft hit all of the stops in protecting their user’s data – all data is heavily encrypted with modern standards, any and all traffic is encrypted via a 256-bit SSL protocol, and all components involving payment processing are password protected, heavily secured, and insured to the fullest extent of SuperDraft’s ability!

For more information about how SuperDraft protects its users, please check out its Privacy Policy.

Can I Temporarily or Permanently Close My Account?

If you are a registered SuperDraft user with the ability to login to your account, and believe you are spending too much time using their platform, you are able to opt-out temporarily. During this opt-out period you will be unable to login or participate in contests, until your well-earned vacation has lapsed! At that point, everything will return to normal!

If you have a registered SuperDraft account and are looking to close it permanently, contact them with your username and email address, and they can begin the process to suspend the account. Please note, that a Customer Support Representative will contact you via email shortly after this request has been place, and a valid photo ID matching the first and last name they have on file will be required to complete the suspension request. Suspended accounts can always be restored at a later date, by contacting them!

Getting in on the action

Once you’re ready to play, users can choose to join several different contest types. 

The “home” page of the website or the “home” tab in the app show featured contests that you can enter, both freeroll contests and paid-entry contests.

Additionally, you can click on your sport of choice at the top of this page to view all upcoming contests for that sport. You can filter this list by contest type, game mode, and entry fee. Contests can also be sorted by these criteria to show those with the highest (or lowest) prizes, entry fees, or the number of available entries first.

To see the details of any of these contests, to include other players that have entered, individual game details, payout information, etc., simply click on the contest.

To enter the contest, click on the “Enter” button once you’ve opened the contest details. If the contest requires an entry fee, this will be deducted from either Cash or SD Cash balance. Additionally, you can use any tickets you have to enter contests, but the ticket value must exactly match the contest entry fee (you cannot use a $10 ticket to enter a contest with a $5 entry fee). You will need to pay the entry fee for the contest before being able to draft your lineup.

Can I Cancel My Contest Entry?

You can’t technically cancel a contest, but you can leave a contest that hasn’t been filled.

If you haven’t already, simply open the contest and submit your lineup. Then tap on your lineup to edit it, scroll to the bottom, and tap the red “Withdraw Entry” text. A pop-up will appear, asking you to confirm that you want to withdraw. Click “Withdraw”, and you will be removed from the contest.

Public contests will remain visible to other players. Private contests will only be visible to players who have already entered a lineup or those who have been invited to the contest.

Why Can’t I Opt Out of a Contest?

If you wish to cancel/withdraw your entry into an “unfilled” contest (one where more contestants can still join), you must first draft and submit a valid lineup. Once your lineup is saved, you will be able to follow the instructions noted above.

Note, if a contest is already “filled”, your lineup is locked you’re officially committed to the contest. Good luck – we’re rooting for you!

When Is the Deadline to Edit My Lineup Entry?

Your lineup entry for a contest may be modified as many times as you choose prior to the contest starting. Once the contest begins, players cannot be swapped out, and the lineup is locked. The one exception to this rule is Late Swap, allowing for lineup alteration after the contest start time.

What Happens If a Player in My Lineup Doesn’t Play or the Game Is Cancelled?

If your drafted player doesn’t play, no points will be accrued. Once the game time arrives, players are locked regardless of cancellations or participation in the event. Make sure notifications are turned on to keep up to date with player injuries or trades to swap out your impacted players.

We strongly recommend you make sure notifications are turned on to keep up-to-date with player injuries or trades.

What Happens If a Contest I Create Doesn’t Get Filled?

A majority of public contests will be filled. In the unlikely event a public contest you joined or a contest you created does not get filled, the contest will not run and the entry fee will be promptly returned to your account. To prevent this from happening, be sure to invite your friends to join!

How does SuperDraft keep the funds in my account safe?

SuperDraft, Inc. customer deposits and player contest winnings are held in a separate, segregated bank account (“Customer Funds Account”) by SuperDraft Services Inc, a legally separate and independent corporation. Customer and player withdrawals made from this Customer Funds Account, including checks issued from it, may bear the name SuperDraft Services, Inc. 

Vendors, players, and creditors shall be aware that the funds in this Customer Funds Account do not belong to SuperDraft, Inc; they are not available to creditors of SuperDraft, Inc.; they are not available for SuperDraft, Inc. to use; they are available solely for customer and player disbursements; and they are not commingled with any other funds.

What contest types does SuperDraft offer?

Tournaments

Contests with 100+ entries for a chance to win big! Various payout structures are determined based on individual contests.

Head-to-Heads (H2H)

Compete against a single player in winner-take-all contest.

Boosters

Play for a chance to win a multiple of your entry fee (Double-up, Triple-up, etc.).

Satellites

Winning earns you free entry into a large tournament.

Beginners Only

New to SuperDraft? Play with beginners that are learning how to play just like you.

Freerolls

Contests without an entry fee, enjoy the free contests, and practice your drafting skills!

How do I see my Contests?

In the SuperDraft App: Tap “My Contests” on the bottom menu on your screen. From here, you can view Upcoming contests, Live contests, and the History of contests that you’ve played in within the last seven days.

On the SuperDraft Website: You can view your upcoming contests, live contests, and history of contests (within the last seven days) by clicking on their respective buttons located at the menu bar on the top of the SuperDraft homepage.

Upcoming Contests: Shows you the contests for which you have submitted entries but that have not yet started. By clicking on a contest, you have the option to view and modify your lineup as well as see the contest details and other players competing against you. You will not be able to see your opponents’ lineups until the contest goes live.

Live Contests: Shows your contests that include games or events that are currently happening. Here you can monitor the points that you score and the individual progress of both your and your opponents’ players.

Your History: shows all the contests that you have previously competed in. You can view how you and your opponents scored, as well as the individual performance of each player that was drafted.

How Do I Withdraw Funds From My Balance?

A withdrawal request can be made at any time by visiting the SuperDraft withdrawal page on our website or by going to the Account section under your Profile in the mobile app and selecting Withdraw. Contest winnings can be sent to a user’s bank account via ACH or eCheck.

The minimum amount for an in-app/on-site withdrawal is $10. If you need to withdraw a smaller amount, please contact SuperDraft’s support team.

Please note that all funds may only be withdrawn in USD.

At this time, we cannot process ACH transfers or to banks outside of the US, including transfers to Canadian banks, and eChecks are not accepted by institutions in Canada. If you only bank with institutions outside the US, you may contact support and request to be mailed a paper check issued in USD. Mailed checks may take up to 14 business days to reach their destination.

In some rare scenarios, a withdrawal may be canceled due to limited gameplay in accordance with banking policies. Please contact our customer support team for additional information and assistance.

A review for potential unpermitted behavior will be conducted prior to processing your withdrawal. This assures SuperDraft accounts are only used for their intended purposes. In the event of potentially fraudulent behavior, SuperDraft reserves the right to decline the withdrawal or in some cases close the account in accordance with the terms of use for the respective SuperDraft product.

How Long Do Withdrawals Take?

When a withdrawal request is placed, SuperDraft begins the transaction immediately, as described above. SuperDraft has seen an ACH withdrawal request be completed in two to eight business days and eChecks take between one and eight business days.

Who Will Process My Payment?

SuperDraft will handle the processing of payment through their trusted partner TSEVO, using their GIDX platform.

When Will My Card by Charged?

When processing a deposit from most major credit card companies, an immediate hold less-than-or-equal-to the deposit amount will be placed on your account. Your balance will be updated immediately, however, it will take one to three business days for the full amount to be charged to the card.

Do I Have to Pay Taxes on My SuperDraft Winnings?

Within the U.S., if your SuperDraft winnings (excluding your initial deposits) exceed more than $600.00 USD in your personal financial year, you are required to report it in your annual earnings to the IRS. In order to help simplify this process, SuperDraft will send U.S. residents who have won more than this amount a 1099 Tax Form via email in order to aid in your yearly filing.

If you are a registered SuperDraft user receiving winnings outside of the United States, please check your local tax laws.

Can I Trade in Tickets for Cash?

Unfortunately, no. SuperDraft Tickets cannot be traded for cash and maintain no federally regulated currency equivalent. That said, tickets can be used for free entry into paid contests, and SuperDraft encourages you to use them to extend your play!

Who Can Enter Fantasy Props on SuperDraft?

SuperDraft maintains an active list below of states that can currently enter Fantasy Props.

Professional Leagues

Canada: All Territories

United States: AK, AL, AZ, CA, CO, DC, FL, GA, IL, KS, KY, MA, ME, MI, MN, MO, MS, NC, ND, NE, NJ, NY, OH, OK, OR, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VA, VT, WI, WV, WY,

Excluded States: AR, CT, DE, HI, IA, ID, IN, LA, NH, MD, MT, NV, NM, PA, WA

Collegiate Leagues

Canada: All Territories

United States: AL, CA, DC, FL, GA, IL, KS, KY, MI, MN, MO, NC, ND, NE, NM, NY, OK, OR, RI, SC, SD, TX, UT, VA, WI, WV, WY

Excluded States: AK, AR, AZ, CO, CT, DE, HI, IA, ID, IN, LA, MA, MD, ME, MS, MT, NV, NH, NJ, OH, PA, TN, VT, WA

You may enter Fantasy Props on SuperDraft if you are the age of majority in your jurisdiction of residence (this is at least 18 in most states, 19 in Nebraska, and 21 for activities related to our services in Massachusetts, Iowa, and Mississippi).

Who Can Play in SuperDraft Paid Entry Contests?

SuperDraft launched and is operational for free and/or paid-entry DFS contests in Canada and 39 states throughout the U.S., with more and more to come! SuperDraft maintains an active list below of states that can currently enter paid contests.

Canada: All Territories

United States: AK, AR, AZ, CA, CO, CT, DC, FL, GA, IL, IN, KS, KY, MA, MD, ME, MI, MN, MO, MS, NC, ND, NE, NH, NJ, NM, NY, OH, OK, OR, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VA, VT, WI, WV

Excluded states: AL, DE, HI, ID, IA, LA, MI, MT, NV, and WA

You may play SuperDraft if you are the age of majority in your jurisdiction of residence (this is at least 18 in most states, 19 years of age in Nebraska, and 21 years of age for activities related to our services in Massachusetts, Iowa, and Mississippi).

Who Can Play DFS Poker on SuperDraft?

SuperDraft maintains an active list below of states that can currently enter paid poker contests.

Canada: All Territories

United States: AK, CA, DC, FL, GA, IL, KY, MD, MN, NC, ND, NE, NH, NM, OK, OR, RI, SC, SD, TX, UT, VA, WV, and WY

Excluded states: AL, AR, AZ, CO, CT, DE, HI, ID, IN, IA, KS, LA, MA, ME, MI, MO, MS, MT, NV, NJ, NY, OH, PA, TN, VT, WI, and WA

Who Can Play College Football DFS on SuperDraft?

SuperDraft maintains an active list below of states that can currently enter paid college football contests.

Canada: All Territories

United States: AK, CA, FL, GA, MN, NE, NM, NC, ND, OK, OR, RI, SC, SD, TX, WV, WI, and WY

Excluded states: AL, AR, AZ, CO, CT, DC, DE, HI, ID, IN, IA, IL, KS, KY, LA, MA, ME, MD, MI, MO, MS, MT, NH, NV, NJ, NY, OH, PA, TN, UT, VA, VT, and WA

Is SuperDraft Legal in the U.S and Canada?

Yes. In the U.S. the 2006 Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (UIGEA) stated that Fantasy Sports, such as SuperDraft, is considered a game of skill at the federal level. 

However, it is optional for each state to be able to accept. 

Within Canada, contest participation has always been legal.

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