Elite Fantasy Players was founded in 2007 with the goal of showcasing the best of the best in fantasy sports and has since grown into one of the most respected competitions in an industry that has long lacked a proper championship. The fantasy sports industry offers numerous national and international competitions as well as exclusive “expert” leagues formed by industry heavyweights, but Elite Fantasy Players has eschewed pricey buy-ins and invite-only competitions to develop the worlds first long-term professional fantasy sports leagues and the premier open championship in fantasy sports.
At the foundation of the Elite system is a tiered hierarchy that promotes and demotes players based on their performance. Fantasy managers seeking to prove they can compete with the best in the game are given the opportunity to advance through our ranks based solely on performance. The Elite system is designed to cultivate the most competitive leagues in the game – no limiting rules, no expensive buy-ins, no frills.
Our system consists of five levels of competition which culminate in an Elite League featuring our top 12 managers. Each season, new managers join a Rookie pool of hundreds of competitors aspiring to rise through our ranks. Only the best will qualify to compete at the next level. After reaching the second level, managers must place in the top 3 of their respective leagues to continue to be promoted, while managers finishing 4th-6th remain at the same level and managers finishing 7th and below are demoted to the level below.
Elite is committed to maintaining the most competitive leagues in the world while offering managers around the world an opportunity to showcase their talent on the industries biggest stage. If you’re ready to test your skill against the best in the game, join the Elite today and start your climb to fantasy stardom.
The Elite System:
Elite (1 league, 12 managers)
Level IV (2 leagues, 24 managers)
Level III (4 leagues, 48 managers)
Level II (8 leagues, 96 managers)
Rookie (Unlimited leagues and managers)
For more information the Elite system, scoring and rules, please visit our rules page.