Series winners are decided by adding your Team 1 score of each match played in the series. Hence, to score high and be the overall Series winner Manage your team for each match of the series.
Matches are individual events where you can select best playing eleven based on your knowledge and skills. All selected players' points get added to your final score.
Rounds are part of huge series, Series with many matches are divided into rounds. You can manage your team for the round before event lock time. Points are calculated based on the performance of the players in the rounds. If a player playing more than one match for particular round points is added to your total for every match player scores a point.
You can submit maximum 4 Team per Event (Match/Round) and join League which allows multiple team joining.
SELECTING YOUR INITIAL SQAURD
Your squad size should be 11.
To start selecting your squad: Login-> Matches-> Manage Team-> And start selecting your squad.
Your budget for all the Events(Matches and Rounds) will be 10,000,000 credits initially.
Each player is allocated some price based on his playing factors. Now, in the allocated budget you are supposed to create a team of exactly 11 players such that they fit inside the budget. Hence, total budget of all players will be less than or equal to 10,000,000 credits.
Each player you need has a price and you need to make a team of possibly your favorite players inside the given budget. That sounds good but to add to the fun here is a list of some more restriction. In your team of 11, you can have:
To select captain: Create a valid team in Manage Team page -> Select the captain from the dropdown box. Points of the player you selected as captain will be doubled.
You can change your team as many times as you want as long as the resultant team is balanced and was created before the lock time of Event.
Fanspole takes score data from third-party. There are occasions when dot balls data is not provided. In such cases dot balls will not be included in the final points calculation
Leagues empowers you to play paid fantasy cricket in most easy, secure and legal way.
Leagues take an entry fee to join. The collected money will be redistributed back amongst the league members. The prize money won will depend on the amount of members joining the league and entry fee of the league.
Fanspole takes great care to comply with central and state legislations in India to protect users from any legal risk. All the fantasy sports games for cricket as available on our website, including the paid formats, are carefully designed to comply with applicable statutes and regulations in India.Games of Skill
Games can be broadly classified into the following two categories:
For a game to be considered a ‘game of skill’ under Indian law, the element of skill must predominate the element of chance in affecting the results of the game. Thus, the extent to which skill is involved in the game is the key factor in the determination of the nature and legality of the game under Indian law.
Accordingly, games such as Rummy, Chess, Carrom and Wagering on Horse Races have been recognised by the courts in India as games of skill.Indian Law on Gambling
The principal legislation governing gambling in India is the Public Gambling Act, 1867 (“PGA”). The PGA criminalises the act of ‘gambling’ in a public forum and the keeping of a ‘common gaming house’. The PGA, however, creates an important exception in favour of games of skill, by stating that the provisions of the PGA shall [not] be held to apply to any ‘game of mere skill’ wherever played.
In determining whether a given game or contest is a game of skill or chance, Indian courts have adopted the standard of assessing the ‘dominant factor’ of a game. The two most important Indian cases in this regard are State of Andhra Pradesh v. K Satyanarayana (AIR 1968 SC 825) (the “Satyanarayana” case) and KR Lakshmanan v. State of Tamil Nadu (AIR 1996 SC 1153) (the “Lakshmanan” case).
In the Satyanarayana case, the Supreme Court defined a ‘game of mere skill’ to mean a game “in which, although the element of chance necessarily cannot be entirely eliminated, success depends principally upon the superior knowledge, training, attention, experience and adroitness of the player.” By application of this definition, the Supreme Court held that the game of rummy was a game of skill, and did not amount to gambling under the PGA. While upholding the levy of a nominal service charge for provision of a physical space, cards, etc., to play a game of rummy, the Court reasoned:
"Rummy...... requires certain amount of skill because the fall of the cards has to be memorised and the building up of Rummy requires considerable skill in holding and discarding cards. We cannot, therefore, say that the game of Rummy is a game of entire chance. It is mainly and preponderantly a game of skill."
In the Lakshmanan case, the Supreme Court held that the betting on horse races was a game of skill. It rationalised that in a horse race the winner is not determined by chance alone, as the condition, speed and endurance of the horse and the skill and management of the rider are factors affecting the result of the race. The bettor has the opportunity to exercise his judgment and discretion in determining the horse on which to bet.Fanspole Fantasy "Game of skill"
In order to achieve success at the Fanspole Fantasy Games a user must have knowledge (gathered through systematic research), attention, experience and adroitness.
The skill element of Fantasy Games on Fanspole can be found in the aspect of "Drafting and Playing".
During drafting a user has to use his mind in selecting the players who will perform in todays match based on the rules of player selection. The rules further minimize instance of chance dictating the outcome. To select the best possible team he/she will have to research, analyse and track performances of his players which requires him to invest his/her time and effort.
*For these reasons, the determination of the outcome in Fanspole Fantasy Games is based on the predominance of skill over chance and it is our belief that the Fanspole Fantasy is conclusively a game of skill in the eyes of the law. Accordingly, the Fanspole Fantasy do not amount to ‘gambling’ under central and most state gambling statutes in India.
Apart from the PGA, which is a central legislation, several states across India have enacted and implemented State specific laws governing gambling, gaming and other similar or related activities. Where a state law on the subject exists, it supersedes the PGA.
While the PGA and most state statutes exempt games of 'mere skill’ from their purview, certain Indian states classify all games of mixed skill and chance as gambling regardless of whether skill is the predominant factor. In Assam and Orissa in particular, games of mixed chance and skill cannot be played for any monetary consideration. Therefore, unfortunately, we do not currently offer the paid formats of the Fanspole Fantasy Games to residents of Assam and Orissa but do make available the ‘free-to-play’ formats of the Fanspole Fantasy Games to such persons.
You can redeem your winning by one of the following ways:
Users will be allowed to apply for Bank Redemption only after they have authenticated their account by submitting necessary documents. Verify Profile
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For now there are this many redemption options. We are trying our best to add more.
There are two types of Gangs: Private Gang and Public Gang
Users can create private gang. To join a private gang you need to send join request to gang creator. The users who can join a private gang is controlled by gang creator.
Users can create public gang. A gang code is generated once you create public gang which is displayed on the created gang's page. Anyone can join a public gang by using the gang code.
Gangs can be created to tag along with members and have a personalized tracking leaderboard for all gang members for the entire series. For eg: A gang can be created for a college and students can be asked to join that gang by sharing gang's code so that they can track each other's scores.
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