Playing Responsibly
Responsible Play
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fantasy players throughout the world

Overview


Scout Fantasy is innovating the fantasy sports industry and enriching sports experiences worldwide. Our fair and responsible contest line-up ensures every user can play within their financial means. Scout Fantasy is committed to integrity, fairness and reliability. We do everything possible to prevent playing related problems. We've developed measures to maintain a responsible, safe and reliable place for online fantasy sports contests.

Need Help?


If you have questions or concerns about your own playing behavior or about that of a friend or family member, a good place to start is the NCRG.

You can also contact a 24 Hour Confidential National Helpline Number: 1-800-522-4700 or New York Specific Number: 877-846-7369 for additional assistance provided by the NCRG.

NCRG

Founded in 1996 as a charitable organization, the National Center for Responsible Gaming is exclusively devoted to funding research for gaming-related issues and effective methods of treatment. The research is scientific, peer-reviewed, and focused on prevention, diagnostic, intervention and treatment strategies, and advancing public education about responsible gaming.

The NCRG website provides a variety of support and referral sources for help with counseling and crisis support for any affected by a gaming-related issue.

Scout Fantasy offers the options to self-exclude yourself from entering contests. Learn more about Self-Exclusion



Concerned About a Family Member?


If you believe that a member of your family is a problem player or is overspending please contact support@fftoolbox.com for assistance. You may be able to exclude the Scout Fantasy consumer(s) from participating in contests or to set deposit or loss limits. In order to process such requests, Scout Fantasy will require the following proof: (1) that the requestor is jointly obligated on the credit or debit card associated with the Scout Fantasy Consumer's account; (2) proof of legal dependency of the Scout Fantasy Consumer; (3) the existence of a court order requiring the Scout Fantasy consumer to pay unmet child support obligations; and (4) any additional identifiable verification documentation validating the relationship between the requestor and Scout Fantasy Consumer.

Parental Controls


If there are children under 18 who have access to your computer, click here to learn more about Parental controls.