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FanTeam Bonus System Explained

Everyone is fond of gifts, freebies, and bonuses. Generous people at FanTeam — the best European provider of Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS) games — have a nice offer for all new players. In the article below we will explain how the bonus system at FanTeam works, and what benefits you are liable to as a new player.

You have probably heard about DFS if you are reading this. But if the term is new to you and you want to understand how this whole thing works, click the button below.

The Bonus

Now, let’s hear the good news. Every new player registering at FanTeam receives a 200% deposit bonus on the first deposit. A minimum deposit of €10 is required to be eligible for the bonus. If you deposit the bare minimum of 10€ — you will get your deposit bonus of €20.

To get a maximum first deposit bonus on FanTeam you have to deposit €250. That gives you €500 of bonus money

Please mind, that the maximum deposit is €250 to receive an additional €500 in bonus. You may deposit more than €250, of course, but the maximum amount of bonus money is capped at €500.

How it works

The bonus is not available for immediate use or withdraw, but is released as a 25% rake back on every real money tournament the user enters. Let us clarify:

You make the first deposit of €100 and receive €200 bonus money

  • You enter a €50+€5 tournament (paying a rake of €5) which leaves you with €45 on your betting account
  • 25% of the rake (€1.25, in our case) is instantly converted from bonus money onto your betting account
  • You now have €46.25 on you betting account
  • And €198.75 left on your bonus account

Conditions

If you run out of money before the whole bonus sum is claimed, you can refill your account and continue to release the bonus. You will NOT get another bonus for your second and subsequent deposits in this (or any other) case.

Another important thing to note is that there is a time limitation on the first deposit offer. You have  90 days to complete the release of bonus funds from the day you deposited. Try to project how much you are willing to spend playing FanTeam DFS tournaments in the coming 3 months and calculate the optimal sum to deposit.

You have 90 days to complete the release of bonus funds from the day you deposited

Any unconverted bonus in a player’s account after 90 days since initially credited, can be canceled by FanTeam. The money that has already been converted is safe, though.

Any released bonus and winnings connected to the bonus is available for withdrawal, but be aware that any withdrawing will reduce your available bonus money by 200% of the amount withdrawn.

If a user decides to immediately withdraw money after a deposit which grants a deposit bonus, the bonus will be canceled.

Other Promotions

Fancy a free €11 ticket to an EPL Main event with a €25000 guaranteed prize pool? Click here to claim it (the ticket will be credited within 24 hours of your first deposit).


FanTeam comes up with reload bonuses and other special promotions on a regular basis, so keep your eyes open.

Speaking of which, you may qualify to the Stairway to CL Heaven Final via freerolls FanTeam are running at the time of writing.

Two tickets to the Champions League Final + full accommodation (a total value of €12000) will be up for grabs in a two-gameweek fantasy EPL tournament with a €200 direct buy-in.

Worth trying your luck in that freeroll, if you ask us.  

Freerolls will be held on April 12th (Premier League), April 20th (Premier League) and April 26th (Premier League).

Armed with that knowledge, feel free to deposit and check out what FanTeam daily fantasy tournaments are all about. Good luck, and may you put that bonus money to good use!

 

Alexey Bobrov
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Alexey Bobrov

Alexey, also known as KJIIOIIIKA, has been playing daily fantasy football since 2015 on various European sites. Scratches his fantasy itch mostly on FanTeam, where he has a net profit of €6000+ with over 1300 tournaments played and a 50% ROI. FanTeam's 2018 World Championship of Fantasy Football finalist. As the chief editor at DraftGym, his mission is to help our young European fantasy community grow. A proud father of two, plays ice-hockey at the regional level, loves board games.