- ESPN World Cup Bracket Predictor
- UEFA Champions League Knockout Fantasy
- NBA All-Star Weekend Pick 'Em
There will always be more to come and if you have any questions about these above leagues or suggestions
For new participants below is a refresher of how the Cup works. Once the higher tier leagues start I'll do an article on how those run more intricately.
Here is an overview of how the Cup works:
The Mogul Cup would be an incentive to get mogul league members to participate in as
many leagues as possible. Each league provides its participants points which go towards a pot at the end of the year. The end of the year kitty would be filled by a start of the year fee as well as percentages from various sources over the year that will be spelled out here.
How do you get points? Let me explain.
- Participation in any league gets you one point. You get a point! And you get a point!
- Tier One sports are the NFL and MLB. Winning a Tier One League gets you 24 points, runner-up 16, and the regular season title nets you 8.
- Tier Two sports are the NHL and NBA. Winning a Tier Two League gets you 12 points, runner-up 8, and the regular season crown gives you 4.
- Tier Three sports are NCAA Football, NCAA Basketball, English Premier League, and Spanish La Liga. Winning a Tier Three League gets you 9 points, runner-up 6, and the regular season winner will get 3.
- Tier Four is everything else you can think of. From CFL to Australian Rules Football to an all-kicker league, winning a Tier Four League gets you 3 points. Coming in second is worth 2 and a regular season title, 1.
- To enter a mogul league group, each participant pays a $25 entry fee. All that money goes to the Cup winner.
- Each tier has a Buy-In (One: $50, Two: $25, Three: $10, Four: $5). The Cup winner will take home 10% of all these buy-ins.
- As I spoke of briefly in the first post, one can sell players to other teams. 80% of that sale goes to the owner selling that player. 10% goes to the league champion. 10% goes to the Mogul Cup winner.