Daily Fantasy & Pool Tournaments - Australia

Daily fantasy sports work in a very similar way to the principles of traditional fantasy competitions, such as AFL Fantasy and Super Coach. Essentially, you are able to pick your own team of players and compete against other individuals.

Daily Fantasy offers either "free-roll" or "buy-in" short-term tournaments, which offer cash tournament pools or prizes. The prize pools can be quite profitable, with both guaranteed and jackpot features offering prizes with payout up to six figure sums! Daily Fantasy has taken off hugely in the US and also seen some big entrants in Europe take part. DraftKings is the biggest player in the game, offering a range of tournaments every day across Top European Football (EPL and UCL) and US Sports (NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL). The second biggest is FanDuel and it’s been announced about the two giants merging into 1 super force.

Below are the top 3 best Australian daily fantasy and tournament operators - all of which are licensed in Australia.

Moneyball

Moneyball:
Daily Fantasy Sports

Moneyball is a relatively new operator shaking up the daily fantasy Sports in Australia. Moneyball provide both daily and weekly NRL, AFL, EPL, NFL and NBA tournaments. Customers can pay to play in contests against their friends and in Moneyball public tournaments. The minimum buy-in is currently $2.

Topbetta

TopBetta:
TBC

TopBetta is the leading tournament betting operator in Australia. The operator provides coverage on the major Australian football codes, including the AFL and NRL, and racing. TopBetta tournament competitors ‘Buy-In’ to each tournament and are credited with ‘Fantasy Money’ to bet within the tournament’s scope

DraftKings

DraftKings:
TBC

DraftKings joined the dynamic world of daily fantasy leagues in 2011 and has quickly exploded onto the scene. The Boston-based company offers more sports to bet on than any other site of its kind. In 2016, they are poised to payout over $1 billion in winnings!