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How To Play Fantasy Cricket, Fantasy Kabaddi & Fantasy Football

Introduction

Fantasy cricket, football and kabaddi are skilled based games which are popular among people in India. Here is a delighting opportunity for all fantasy game lovers to use their knowledge on sports like fantasy cricket, fantasy football and fantasy kabaddi to win cash. Create your own team and compete with other players. The highest scoring teams win amazing cash prizes. One of the best ways to become a skilled player is to learn the rules, strategies, and point system of the game. So, pick your game and show your gaming skills at My11Circle.

Objective of Fantasy Cricket, Fantasy Football & Fantasy Kabaddi:

Fantasy cricket, fantasy football & fantasy kabaddi all hold the same objective where you have to create a team of players from any upcoming match and join a practice (free) or cash (entry fee) contest and based on your team players’ LIVE performance you will score points based on which you can win real cash prizes.

Basic understanding of the game and a little bit of research will help you get the necessary inputs to beat the odds and win the game of Fantasy Cricket or Fantasy Football. Also, your ability to spot the players who might perform well during that season will help your team to score more points.

How to play Fantasy Sports on My11Circle?

Step 1. Register:

Go to the Registration page on My11Circle.com website or download My11Circle Fantasy Cricket App and register via Facebook or your Email ID & Mobile.

Step 2. Pick a match:

Select a match from any upcoming tournament. There are a number of tournaments throughout the year.

Step 3. Manage your team:

Then select 11 players (Cricket & Football) or 7 Players (Kabaddi) to form your fantasy team with 100 credit points. But you can only pick a maximum of 7 players (Cricket & Football) or 5 Players (Kabaddi) from one team.

Step 4. Contests:

There are multiple contests running on My11Circle. You can choose from Practice, Cash, and Private contests.

Practice contest: If you are new to fantasy sports, you can start with the free practice contest to improve your skills before moving to the cash contests. You can play practice contest for unlimited times.

Cash contest: If you are an experienced player and want to win prize money, go to cash contest. Choose from the various contests listed on the platform.

Private contest: If you are playing on the My11Circle app, you can also create your own private contest and play with your friends or family.

Step 5. Monitor your players:

Once the game begins, check the players’ performance in the live match section. As the live match progresses, see your team’s score increase based on the points system.

Step 6. Understand how to manage your team and calculate the points:

  • Cricket
  • football
  • Kabaddi

The 11 players should include batsmen, wicketkeeper, bowlers, and all-rounders. Pick two players to be the captain and vice-captain of your team. Choose them wisely - they can multiply your points, increasing your score.

What are the rules to create a playing 11?

  • You need to create your fantasy team using 100 credit points only
  • You cannot choose more than 7 players from a team
  • You can only choose a single wicket keeper
  • You have to pick all the skills (batsmen, all-rounder, bowler) for a team
  • After selecting a team of 11, you have to choose a Captain and Vice-Captain

What is the importance of a captain and vice-captain?

Choose the best players as the captain and vice-captain for your team. While the captain bags 2X score (twice the points earned) of his performance, the vice-captain earns 1.5X score (one and a half times the points earned). Select players you think will perform well and gain you bonus points.

How to calculate the points in Fantasy Cricket

  • Each player in fantasy cricket gets 2 points each for being a part of team 11.
  • Captain gets 2X points
  • Vice-captain gets 1.5X points
  • No points are allocated to a player during a Super Over

Bonus points are awarded on:

  • Boundary
  • Half-century
  • Century
  • Economy rate
  • Strike rate
  • If a player converts his half century to a complete century, then points are allocated for full century only.

Points are deducted when:

  • Player’s strike rate is below 74.99 in ODI and 99.99 in T20
  • Player’s economy rate is above 9 RPO in ODI and 7.5 in T20
  • No points are deducted if your bowler is dismissed for a duck.

To understand the points scoring in detail, you can visit the Points System section.

Understanding the Points System in Fantasy Cricket

In Fantasy Cricket, points are scored by each player as per their performance in the live match. Let’s take the example of the fifth ODI between India and West Indies that was played on November 1, 2018.

Player Points
Virat Kohli 26.5
Rohit Sharma (VC) 63
Sunil Ambris 0
Shimron Hetmyer 7
Ravindra Jadeja (C) 112
MS Dhoni 6
Jason Holder 15.5
Jasprit Bumrah 31
Kuldeep Yadav 17

Ravindra Jadeja is assigned as the captain, meaning his points (56) are doubled. He took 4 wickets for 34 runs in 9.5 overs. He earned 48 points for his 4 wickets, 2 bonus points for 4-wicket haul, 2 points for being in the playing 11, 2 points for a maiden over, and 2 bonus points for maintaining an economy between 3 and 4.5.

Virat Kohli scored 33 runs off 29 balls, including 6 fours. He earned 16.5 points for his 33 runs, 3 bonus points for 6 fours, 1 bonus point for maintaining a strike rate between 100 and 149.9, and 2 points for being in the playing 11. He also took a catch, for which he got 4 points. In all, he earned 26.5 points.

The 11 players should include Goalkeeper, Defenders, Midfielders and Forwards. Assign a captain and vice-captain for your team. Choose them wisely: they multiply your points, thus increasing your score.

What are the rules to create a playing 11?

  • You need to create your fantasy team using 100 credit points
  • You cannot choose more than 7 players from a team
  • You have to pick all the skills (Defender, Midfielder and Forward) for a team
  • After selecting a team of 11, you have to choose a Captain and Vice-captain

What is the importance of a captain and vice-captain?

Choose the best players as the captain and vice-captain for your team. While the captain bags 2X score (twice the points earned) of his performance, the vice-captain earns 1.5X score. Select players you think will perform well and gain you bonus points.

How to calculate the points in Fantasy Football

  • Each player in Fantasy Football gets 2 points for playing at least 55 minutes
  • Captain gets 2X points.
  • Vice-captain gets 1.5X points
  • No points are allotted to a player during a penalty shoot-out

Points are awarded on:

  • Goals scored
  • Assists
  • Passes
  • Tackles
  • Saves
  • Clean sheet
  • Penalty earned
  • Penalty saved

Points are deducted on:

  • Red card
  • Yellow card
  • Penalty miss
  • Own goal
  • Goal conceded
  • Penalty Conceded

To understand the points scoring in detail, you can visit the Points Scoring section.

Understanding the Points System

In Fantasy Football, points are scored by each player as per their performances in the live match. Let’s take an example of the match between Liverpool and Manchester United:

Player Points
GK - Alisson (C) 124 pts
DEF - Trent Alexander-Arnold 18 pts
DEF - Virgil Van Dijk 70 pts
DEF - Luke Shaw 22 pts
MID - Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain 21 pts
MID - Nemanja Matic 23 pts
MID - Jordan Henderson 35 pts
MID - Fred 18 pts
FWD - Mohamed Salah (VC) 58.5 pts
FWD - Anthony Martial 50 pts
FWD - Sadio Mane 30 pts

Alisson is assigned as a captain, meaning his points (62) are doubled:

  • He played for 90 mins → 4 pts.
  • He had 1 assist → 10 pts.
  • He completed 30 passes → 3 pts.
  • He did not concede any goal and got a clean sheet → 15 pts.
  • He made 6 crucial saves → 30 pts.

Salah is assigned as a vice-captain, meaning his points (58.5) are multiplied 1.5 times:

  • He played for 90 mins → 4 pts
  • He scored 1 goal → 15 pts
  • He completed 20 passes → 2 pts
  • He got a Yellow Card → -2 pts
  • He had 4 shots on goal in total → 20 pts

Fred is neither a captain nor a vice-captain, so his points remain the same as his actual score:

  • He played for 54 mins → 2 pts
  • Completed 60 passes → 6 pts
  • He had 2 shots on goal → 10 pts

The 7 players should include defenders, all-rounders and raiders. Pick two players to be the captain and vice-captain of your team. Choose them wisely - they can multiply your points, increasing your score.

What are the rules to create a playing 7?

  • You need to create your fantasy team using 100 credit points only
  • You cannot choose more than 5 players from a team
  • You can only choose anywhere between 1-5 Defenders, 1-4 All-rounders and 1-4 Raiders
  • You have to pick all the skills (defender, all-rounder and raider) for a team
  • After selecting a team of 7, you have to choose a Captain and Vice-Captain

What is the importance of a captain and vice-captain?

Choose the best players as the captain and vice-captain for your team. While the captain bags 2X score (twice the points earned) of his performance, the vice-captain earns 1.5X score (one and a half times the points earned). Select players you think will perform well and gain you bonus points.

How to calculate the points in Fantasy Kabaddi

  • Each player in fantasy kabaddi gets 4 points each for being a part of Starting 7 and 2 points for a substitute appearance.
  • Captain gets 2X points.
  • Vice-captain gets 1.5X points

Points are awarded on:

  • Successful raid
  • Super raid
  • Raid Bonus
  • Getting opposition all out
  • Successful tackle
  • Super tackle

Bonus points are awarded on:

  • Super 10
  • High 5
  • Double

Points are deducted when:

  • Unsuccessful raid
  • Green card
  • Yellow card
  • Red card
  • Getting all out

To understand the points scoring in detail, you can visit the Points System section.

Understanding the Points System in Fantasy Kabaddi

In Fantasy Kabaddi, points are scored by each player as per their performance in the live match. Let’s take the example of a match, Mumbai vs Haryana:

Player Points
Abhishek Singh (C) 100
Arjun Deshwal 43
Fazel Atrachali 54
Vikas Kandola (VC) 76.5
Prashanth Kumar Rai 65
Vinay 21
Vikas Kale 34

Abhishek Singh earned a total of 50 points and since he was selected as captain, his score became 100 points (2x). He earned 4 points for being in the playing 7, 32 points for performing 8 successful raids, 16 points as raid bonus, 4 points for one super raid, -4 points for four unsuccessful raids and -2 for a green card.

Vikas Khandola earned a total of 51 points and since he was selected as vice-captain, his score became 76.5 points (1.5x). He earned 4 points for being in the playing 7, 24 points for performing 6 successful raids, 12 points as raid bonus, 12 points for 3 super raids, -2 points for 2 unsuccessful raids, 5 points for a super 10 and -4 points for a yellow card.

After the Match Ends

You will find the final score and rank of your team in the Completed tab. The winning positions are announced as per the ranks of different teams. These ranks are finalised based on the points accumulated by the joined teams as per the player's performances in live matches. Let’s understand this better with an example:

Consider the following contest details:

  • Total winnings - ₹3,00,000
  • Contest Size - ₹ 200
  • Winners - ₹ 100
  • Entry Fee - ₹ 2000

Prize break-up:

  • Rank 1: ₹ 1,00,000
  • Rank 2: ₹ 60,000
  • Rank 3: ₹ 20,000
  • Rank 4-10: ₹ 5,000
  • Rank 11-100: ₹ 1,000

Once the deadline for joining for a contest is over, the prize break-up is calculated again. This calculation is based on the actual number of teams who joined the contest. These teams will have a fixed rank on the basis of the points accumulated.

So, if you participated in the contest and your team achieved a rank between 1 and 100, you win. The amount corresponding to your rank is your winning amount. The cash prizes, however, are different for different contests. The amount you win will reflect in your account after 4 hours.

Step 7. Withdraw Cash

To withdraw your winnings, go to your account on My11Circle and withdraw your cash directly into your bank account.

FAQs

What is the maximum number of teams can you form in a match?

The maximum number of teams you can create in a match is 20. However, the maximum number of teams with which you can join a contest is 6 or less (subject to change), which in turn depends on the contest size of the match.

Can you join multiple contests?

Yes! You can join multiple contests. There are two ways to do it:

  • You can join as many contests as you want, with the same team or with different teams as well. You just need to pay the Entry Fee every time you join a contest.
  • You can join any contest with one or more teams, depending on the maximum teams allowed to join a contest. For example, you can join Mega contests with upto 6 different teams.

Can I participate in more than one match simultaneously?

Yes! You can participate in multiple matches at any given time.

What happens if I make changes just when the match starts?

The changes will not be saved as the contest freezes when the match starts.

What happens if a match is canceled?

If a match is cancelled or abandoned, we refund any entry fee the user paid to join a contest. This will happen the moment we receive a confirmation that the match had been abandoned or cancelled.

If a match is delayed, can I make changes to the team?

Yes! You can make as many changes in your team before the scheduled match start time on our app. If there’s a delay, we ensure that we postpone the match start time on our app basis the information available on public domains.

If rains interrupt a match, will I get a refund?

Yes! You will get a refund, but only for incomplete “limited-over” matches.

If rains interrupt a match and it continues the next day from the same over, then what happens?

You cannot make changes to your team and the score of the players continues keeping up with the match.

Glossary:

Total winnings

Total winnings for a particular contest is the total pool amount that is distributed among the winners who are finalised on the basis of their rankings.

Winners

This is the total number of proposed winners in a contest.

Entry fee

This is the entry fee which needs to be paid to join a contest. The entry fee can be cash, ticket, or free.

Prize breakup

This is the prize that is distributed depending on the ranks achieved by the teams. Once a match goes live, the prize breakup is updated based on the number of teams that have joined the contest.

Teams joined/Contest size

This indicates the number of teams that have joined the contest on a real time basis, also displaying the maximum number of teams allowed to join the contest.

'G' - Guaranteed symbol

This symbol indicates whether a contest is guaranteed or not. If a contest is guaranteed, it means that the prize for a particular rank is guaranteed, although the number of prizes vary as and when more teams join the contest.

Beat the Expert Contest:

My11Circle has taken on board Sourav Ganguly, the Dada of Indian Cricket and Shane Watson, former Australian captain. They invite you to challenge them in the Beat The Expert (BTE) contest. And if you beat them, you win X times the entry fee. This X multiplier value might change from league to league or match to match. For example, during The Cricket World Cup 2019, we paid 5 times the entry fee as prizes to everyone who beat Dada in the Beat the Expert contest in every match.

Head to Head (H2H) Contest:

There are particular tournaments where you can compete with other like-minded Fantasy Sports fans on a one-on-one basis. Pick the prize amount you prefer and join the contest by paying the entry fee. This is a great way to challenge your opponent in a small, limited setup.

Abandoned Match:

If weather conditions or unforeseen events prevent a Cricket or Football match from starting, then it is termed as abandoned. In Cricket, when a bowler has not started his run up and the officials call for the game to be abandoned then it is called 'abandoned without a ball being bowled'.

Duck:

When a batsman gets out for zero runs, it is called a duck.

Maiden Over:

It refers to an over that has six deliveries and zero runs.

Decision Review System (DRS):

It is the technology used to assist the match officials such as the third umpire in making the right decision.

Washout Match:

If a match is cancelled due to the weather such as rain, after playing for a short while or no play then it is known as a washout match.

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