There is actually only one thing better than watching football; watching football and making money! There is nothing like beating your friends in a fantasy football sports game, but finding a good fantasy sports league that is easy to configure and pays on time can be tricky. Here are a few tips on what to look for. For most of the fantasy football diehards, one of the few "toppers" is winning the championship and a pot of money that goes along with it. Of course, that requires playing in a league where the participants kick in an "entry" fee to be distributed at the end of the season as winnings. Sage advice says to have the kitty collected in advance and distributed privately. If not, this task could easily occur in front of a bartender or a female discussing the merits of her dance skills.
When that occurs, the winner is often left embracing the trophy, amidst a league full of smiles, as the sole reminder of the winning booty. However, not everyone is fortunate enough to be surrounded by friends who are as depraved as themselves and have a hard time drumming up enough interest to form a league that plays for a cash prize. When that happens, the options are limited. One could turn to the many online forums that contain pleas from Commissioners looking to fill out a cash league. How can one trust this person over the sender of an unsolicited email guaranteeing a huge inheritance by simply sending a small processing fee? Another option to feed the beast is to participate in a public league the size of Rhode Island that pays large prizes but your odds of winning as about the same as the Illinois Lotto. One alternative is to turn to an online site that offers "normal" sized leagues playing for a cash prize.
It makes sense to use a fantasy sports company that cares about its reputation. Find a website that hosts both private and public fantasy football leagues. For example, our website offers a public fantasy sports league offering, you will have three separate league configurations to choose from. There are two different head-to-head configurations with a maximum of 14 teams per league and one Total Points league configuration with a maximum of 15 teams.
Each Public league pays out to the league champion and the league runner-up. The kitty is guaranteed to be collected and distributed as it is culled from the league entry fee. You just need to get into the Championship game to earn bragging rights and receive a nice return on your investment. Though the Accounts Payable staff at Maximum Fantasy Sports would prefer to meet you in a bar or performing arts studio to make it rain with your winnings, you can rest assured that you will receive a payout check mailed to your home in a timely fashion. The fun of fantasy football with the cash benefit of winning. Isn't that what makes Fall such a wonderful time of year?.
The Author is a rabid fantasy sports participant. He began creating his own baseball and fantasy football leagues at the ripe old age of seven and tracking stats and standings on paper. After the birth of fantasy sports, he participated in and evaluated numerous fantasy football sites, only to be disappointed at their generic nature. Visit http://MaximumFantasySports.com