|Rushing yards made = 0.1pts||Sacks = 1pt|
|Rushing touchdowns = 6pts||Opponent-fumbles recovered = 2pts|
|Passing yards = 0.04pts||Return touchdowns = 6pts|
|Passing touchdowns = 4pts||Extra Point Return = 2pts|
|Interceptions = -1pt||Safeties = 2pts|
|Receiving yards = 0.1pts||Blocked Punt/Kick = 2pts|
|Receiving touchdowns = 6pts||Interceptions made = 2pts|
|Receptions = 0.5pts||0 points allowed = 10pts|
|Kickoff return touchdowns = 6pts||1-6 points allowed = 7pts|
|Punt return touchdowns = 6pts||7-13 points allowed = 4pts|
|Fumbles lost = -2pts||14-20 points allowed = 1pt|
|Own fumbles recovered touchdowns = 6pts||28-34 points allowed = -1pt|
|Two-point conversions scored = 2pts||35+ points allowed = -4pts|
|Two-point conversion passes = 2pts|
|Field-goals from 0-19 yards = 3pts|
|Field-goals from 20-29 yards = 3pts|
|Field-goals from 30-39 yards = 3pts|
|Field-goals from 40-49 yards = 4pts|
|Field-goals from 50+ yards = 5pts|
|Extra-point conversions = 1pt|
|Notes: For purposes of FanDuel defensive scoring, points allowed are calculated as:
6 * (Rushing TD + Receiving TD + Own fumbles recovered for TD ) + 2 * (Two point conversions) + Extra points + 3 * (Field Goals)
|1B = 3pts||W = 12pts|
|2B = 6pts||ER = -3pt|
|3B = 9pts||SO = 3pts|
|HR = 12pts||IP = 3pts*|
|RBI = 3.5pts|
|R = 3.2pts|
|BB = 3pts|
|SB = 6pts|
|HBP = 3pts|
|*Fractional scoring per out.|
|3-pt FG = 3pts|
|2-pt FG = 2pts|
|FT = 1pt|
|Rebound = 1.2pts|
|Assist = 1.5pts|
|Block = 2pts|
|Steal = 2pts|
|Turnover = -1pt|
|Goals = 3pts||Wins = 3pts|
|Assists = 2pts||Goals Against = -1pt|
|Plus/Minus = 1pt||Saves = 0.2pt|
|Penalty Minutes = 0.25pt||Shutouts = 2pts|
|Powerplay Points = +0.5pt|
|Shots on Goal = 0.4pt|
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Contests lock when the first game starts for that slate. That means no more entries and no more lineup changes. Let’s say you’re looking to join a Sunday NFL contest and the first game in which players are eligible for selection in that contest kicks off at 1pm EST that day. You’ll need to enter and make your last lineup change by 12:59pm - not a minute later.
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Rules for how postponed games are treated in FanDuel contests vary depending on the sport and contest type. For NFL contests, you will receive points for any postponed games that are played no later than Wednesday of that week. For one day MLB contests, if the postponed game is played on the same day then you will receive points for your players in those games as normal. If a game is postponed to a later date or called off for any reason, any players you have selected for that game will receive zero points. For one day NBA and NHL contests, you will receive points for any postponed games that are played no later than the next day. For any NBA, MLB, and NHL contests that are scheduled to include games from multiple days (such as some playoff contests), you will receive points for any games that are played no later than the day after the last game scheduled as part of the contest. If game cancellations and/or postponements mean there is only one game left in a contest, then the contest will be canceled and all entry fees will be refunded. NOTE: A game will be considered to be 'played' on a given day if it begins on that day and is completed no later than 6am Eastern on the following day.
Rules for how suspended games are treated vary depending on the sport and game type. A game is considered suspended if it is unfinished, but to be completed in the future. At a minimum, the statistics compiled prior to the end of the contest period will count towards contests. For a suspended NFL game, you will receive points for the remainder of the game if it is played no later than Wednesday of that week. For one day MLB contests, if the game is suspended until a future date, points accumulated in the remainder of the game will not count towards contests. For one day NBA and NHL contests, you will receive points for any postponed games that are played no later than the next day. For any NBA, MLB, and NHL contests that are scheduled to include games from multiple days (such as some playoff contests), you will receive the remaining points for the any games that are completed no later than the day after the last game scheduled as part of the contest.
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Note that on the day a player is traded, they may still be listed for their old team in the draft screen. If they are traded to another team which is part of the same contest in which you choose them, you will still receive points for their performance. These points may not be reflected accurately during live scoring, but will count at contest settlement time. Also note that contest settlement may be delayed in order to ensure accuracy.
Most importantly, please note that in very rare cases a player is traded early enough in the day that they are able to play for their new team. If they are traded from a team with a late game to a team with an early game, you may be able to select them in late contests, already knowing how they performed that day. In this situation, you will receive zero points for their performance.
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We try to settle contests and run payments as quickly as possible, but must ensure we do so accurately. Most contests are settled shortly after the last game finishes. However, to settle we have to wait until all the player statistics have been reported by our third party stats provider. This lets us ensure that the final box scores are complete. Please note there can sometimes be last minute changes. If there is difficulty obtaining official results or issues with scoring, the contest may be settled the following day.
During the game we receive live scoring from our stats provider, Stats Inc. After the game has ended they pass us a final box score for the game. After we receive and confirm the box scores for all the day's games we then settle all entries. However, very rarely, the leagues and stats provider revise the box scores after the final box score has been released. In the event of this occurring the player scores on FanDuel will not be updated and the settlements will not be revised. Note that this is not the same situation as a case where a correction needs to be made after settlement due to a problem with the data feed or the settlement process. In these cases the settlement process (including payment) may be reversed and games resettled correctly.
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