Maximum Fantasy Sports Offers 100 Percent Fantasy League Payouts in NFL Week 1

Maximum Fantasy Sports is paying out 100% of its league entry collection in prize money during its Week 1 Weekly and Daily Fantasy Football leagues.

Maximum Fantasy Sports ( is starting off the 2016 NFL season by returning their entire league fee pool for their Weekly and Daily fantasy football contests in prizes to players winning those contests. While MFS normally offers an industry-high 90 percent payout rate, 100 percent is not common. "We thought that we would make our customers feel appreciated in Week 1 instead of waiting until later in the season so we are paying out everything we collect in our Weekly and Daily Fantasy Football leagues this weekend." said Bill Parsons, President of Maximum Fantasy Sports.

Their Weekly and Daily Fantasy Football leagues are driven by online draft only. They do not offer Salary Cap leagues. This approach appears to lessen the likelihood of "sharks" taking advantage of the less educated player, referred to as "fish", in these short-term contests. MFS offers a variety of league types, though they appear to be focusing on traditional 10-player teams in 2-5 owner head-to-head leagues, with and without Point-Per-Reception scoring. "We didn't want to overwhelm new players with too many game choices in the first week. We will be offering our TD Only, Injury-handler and 4-Week Frenzy (monthly) leagues starting in Week 2 and we have various other promotions in mind for those league types as well." added Parsons.

Not only is Maximum Fantasy Sports paying out their full league pool this weekend, but they currently have a 10% deposit bonus that runs through this week and have opened up an Affiliate program that pays 5% of revenue on referrals. There is no better time than the present to visit Maximum Fantasy Sports and participate in a league.

Source: Maximum Fantasy Sports


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