MILLION $ SEVEN VIDEO
WHAT WE OFFER
USFantasy Sports offers a menu of skilled fantasy sports contests in six professional sports which include football, baseball, basketball, hockey, golf and NASCAR.
Our featured contest is the Million $ Seven where someone must pick the top statistical scoring performers in multiple contests featuring quarterbacks, running backs and receivers. The entry fee is only one dollar! It is the only contest in Nevada where a $1 bet can win you $1 Million.
In addition, there is Win/Place/Show/Exacta/Daily Double and Trifecta betting available for each of our contests starting at just $1. The most common types of bets are commonly called single selection options. They are the Win/Place/Show bets.
WIN - You win if your selected athlete finishes First in his/her fantasy contest field.
PLACE - You win if your selected athlete finishes First or Second in his/her fantasy contest field. Place pricing is most typically less than WIN but you have 2 chances to win.
SHOW - You win if your selected athlete finishes First, Second or Third. Again, paybacks are typically lower than either WIN or PLACE but your selection just needs to finish in the top 3.
A second set of betting options are commonly called Multi-Selection Contests. These multi-athlete selection contests are generally more difficult to win than the single field contest selections. You will be utilizing your knowledge and skills to select at least two athletes to finish in a particular order. However, the potential contest returns are significantly greater. Once again, all betting starts at $1.
These contests are:
DAILY DOUBLE - To win, you must pick the winners of two preselected, separate contests of athletes (Example: A Quarterback contest winner and a Running Back contest winner)
PICK THREE - To win, you must pick the winners of three preselected separate contest fields of athletes. (Example: A Quarterback contest winner, Running Back contest winner and a Receiver contest winner).
EXACTA - To cash in this contest you must pick the first two placed athletes to finish in that exact order in a single field. (Example: Phillip Rivers is the winner (1st) and Eli Manning is the place (2nd) finisher in a Quarterback contest field).
TRIFECTA - To win you must pick the first three finishers in the exact order in a single contest field of athletes. (Example: Phillip Rivers is the winner (1st), Eli Manning is the place (2nd) finisher and Tom Brady is the show (3rd) place finisher in a Quarterback contest field.)
SUPERFECTA – The winners must pick the first four athletes in exact order of finish in a single contest field with eight or more athletes. (Example: Phillip Rivers is the winner (1st), Eli Manning is the place (2nd), Tom Brady is the show (3rd) place finisher and Drew Brees finishes 4th in a Quarterback contest field.)