In comparison with its transatlantic big brother, FanTeam's lobby can initially feel a little spartan, but it gets the job done in an exemplary clear way. You start selecting the league you want to watch, and then come to a sortable tournament list. Here is the league (in flag format), time to game break, how long the series is, and how many matches are eligible, purchase, prize pool, number of reported teams and ending status (eg "Delta" or "Closed"). All this can also be sorted, making it very easy to click on what you are looking for. Purchases usually range from freerolls and up to € 100 plus rake.
The team behind FanTeam started to run its full range of football segments, making the effort to create a wide range. Twelve different leagues are available including the Champions League. Only England has two leagues with the Premier League and Championship, as well as leagues. The only one of the really big leagues missing today is Serie A. Sometimes the games are about taking out players from a single match, such as FF against Kalmar, and sometimes you can choose players from a full Premier League round. Nowadays, besides the football, there has also been spread with games on the hockey league, and was the first in with Fantasy KHL.
Support on FanTeam is reached today via mail, but a big plus is that the help is Swedish-speaking. This in combination with today's EU license through the Malta Gaming Authority provides a solid and safe impression as a visitor and, in the long run, the customer on the site. There is also a good English-language FAQ on the site that answers questions about information, registration, account, cashier and responsible gaming. The time has come to get the language correct and there is also the possibility of self-regulation. The whole of FanTeam's customer care impresses in an industry that for us Swedes is just in its infancy.
FanTeam's cashier is a simple story without making any sacrifice of any kind. It's very easy-navigated, and you get a clear summary of your account and game history here. Your balance is well-based on what available, bonus capital, live and locked, and also how much your total balance is. You can currently deposit money with Visa, MasterCard, Neteller and PaySafeCard. The minimum deposit amount is € 10, and the maximum amount for a deposit is € 1500. For a card, a 3.35% service fee is charged, while Neteller and PaysafeCard are completely free of charge. Withdrawals are made on PaySafeCardd or bank transfer, and both versions are free of charge.
To open an account on FanTeam, click on one of our links here on the page. Then choose a username and password. You should also provide email address, postal address, gender, date of birth, name and phone number. To get full access to the account (required for withdrawal), you should also upload a scanned ID card (eg passport or driver's license) and a document that verifies your home address. This is usually a cash bill, a statement from your bank or the like. Note that you can start playing without completing this step.
FanTeam is one of disappearing few Daily Fantasy Sports sites as the fall of 2015 offers games for the market. Additionally, you are licensed and regulated by The Malta Gaming Authority, which means that you can also pretend to be tax-free. With a site and behind the levers, the prerequisites for a good gaming experience to us are bluegrass sportsmen closest to optimal. As if it were not enough, you also have fantasy KHL in the portfolio, and so far we know the only room that focuses on DFS hockey for players.
New players can get started with their experience of fantasy football with a generous welcome bonus. If you deposit at least 10 euros (you can only play in euros at the moment) you get a bonus of 200%. Maximum bonus is 500 euros. As with most poker sites, you will not receive Fonteam's full bonus bonus immediately. Instead, you will receive it paid as you pay rake for your purchases in the tournaments. To note is that you can try to play at Fanteam correctly (that is, you have the chance to win real money) without having to make a deposit, by participating in free rolls. In some free rolls, as much as 300 euros in the pot is in total.
To start playing fantasy football tournaments at Fanteam, you must open a game account. Then you will make a deposit of at least 10 euros. Once done, you can throw yourself into the hot air. The first step is to find out a tournament to participate in. Go to the overview and click ahead in the navigation. For each tournament, you'll see information about when the buy-in closes, what matches / rounds it applies, what the buy-in is, how much is the total pot, and how many teams are registered. You can of course sort the tournaments in a variety of ways.
When you find a tournament you want to participate in, you will be able to populate a starting tab (alternatively a Six-A-Page or Five-Page-page team) on the next page. It is free to choose any player, but make sure you stay within the budget! Once you have puzzled and have chosen the game system, select the team captain and the deputy team captain and register the team. The score system at Fanteam is quite extensive, and it is the independent company OddsModel who has developed the scoring model. There are 15 points-giving events. In addition, there are three players who get bonus points for good efforts on the plan. For the captain or the captain in case the captain can not play, all points count double. The entire score list is at the bottom of our Fanteam review.