Online Championship (Formerly Rotobowl) - FAQ
Who are you guys?
FFToolbox.com began providing free fantasy sports information in 1997. Initially only covering fantasy football, we have expanded to cover the NFL draft, fantasy baseball, NASCAR, college football, CFL, and PGA golf. Additionally we aggregate news coverage for Premier League, NBA, and NHL.
In 2012, Fulltime Fantasy acquired FFToolbox.com and we now host the premier high stakes tournament: Fantasy Football World Championships. We also offer lower stakes fantasy football tournaments.
Meet our Team: Ian, Scott, Emil, Garrett & Cindie
How can I stay involved?
Please visit our Message Board for questions and discussion regarding the Rotobowl Tournament.
How do I Sign Up?
Visit our Draft Lobby and select a date and time that works for you!
Is Trading Allowed?
Why are Weeks 1 & 2 All-Play?
Having a 13 week regular season is our first priority. In a 12 team league, teams would have to play two (2) teams twice, and that can be unfair, therefore we use the first two weeks as All-play where the top 6 scoring teams get a win, bottom 6 get a loss. Additionally, we feel it's a good way to "feel out" your team, being uncertain of who is going to step up and produce. Score points and make the Top 6 is your goal here.
First of all, FFToolbox has been around since 1997, so we're not a fly by night operation. Secondly, we have taken extra precautionary steps to ensure players don't have to rest on name reputation alone. All of your prizes are fully guaranteed. The prize pool is sacred to us. The prize fund is always protected in a segregated prize account at Wells Fargo. This means that these funds will never be commingled with the operating accounts of the business. Additionally feel free to ask for the feedback from our players. We love hearing first hand testimonials!
When will FFToolbox send out my prize money?
Checks will be in the mail no later than January 15, 2015, provided that we have received your proper tax withholding information (W-9).
Who is eligible to compete?