Win $250,000 In The 2024 NFFC Primetime

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Win $250,000 In The 2024 NFFC Primetime

Post by Greg Ambrosius » Fri Feb 16, 2024 11:45 am

Welcome to our 17th year for the NFFC Primetime, and our 21ST SEASON OF THE NFFC!!!

That's right, this is our 21st season for the NFFC, but during the first four years we ran 14-team contests exclusively. We finally branched out in 2008 with the 12-Team NFFC Primetime Championship and that is now our Main Event. We love the NFFC Classic, but that has given way to the Primetime for our Main Event National Championship.

For the third straight year, we are proud to offer a $250,000 grand prize to the top team in 2024. Last year we finished with a record 1,080 teams in 90 leagues and we'd love to top that total this year. Going forward, our goal is to strengthen the secondary prizes each year with more teams rather than bump up the grand prize much further. The more we can pay off to more teams that reach the Championship Round, the better for everyone. And anyway, $250,000 is a pretty sweet grand prize right now anyway!!! :D

Let's build off a fantastic 2023 season and sell out the NFFC Primetime once again. I know we can do it.

The Primetime consists of 12-team leagues, 20 rounds and in-season FAAB. Drafts will be held in Las Vegas, New York and Online this year, so enjoy live and Online. We will be at Dave & Busters in Manhattan on August 30th and 31st and at Park MGM in Las Vegas over two weekends. We will host live events at Park MGM on August 30th and 31st and then from Wednesday, September 4th through Saturday, September 7th.

The Primetime has seen unprecedented growth over the last three years. We had 636 teams and 53 leagues in 2020 before growing to 68 leagues and 816 teams in 2021. We grew to 82 leagues and 984 teams in 2022 before finishing with 1,080 teams and 90 leagues in 2023. Prizes are based on 1,044 teams and 87 leagues this year, but we wouldn't be surprised if we topped those numbers again.

Jeffrey Kozlowski of Stamford, Connecticut won the 2023 Primetime title and the $250,000 grand prize in a wild and unprecedented finish. Jeffrey had an INCREDIBLE Week 17 as his team scored 244.15 points to jump from 46th place to the top spot, earning him the NFFC Primetime title and the $250,000 grand prize. We've seen some incredible comebacks in the past 20 years, but this one might take the cake!!!

The Primetime format is simple but tough: The Top 3 teams from each league earn a spot in the Championship Round after Week 14 and we pay the Top 3 in each league. Those teams advance to the Championship Round in Weeks 15-17, where the big prize money is won. Get hot in Weeks 15-17 and you could win the $250,000 grand prize.

There are no rules changes for the NFFC Primetime in 2024. The length of the schedule will be the same as it was in 2022 when the NFL moved to a 17-game, 18-week regular season. The NFFC Primetime regular season will consist of Weeks 1 through 14. We will have All-Play within each league in Weeks 1, 2 and 14. The Championship Round will consist of Weeks 15 through 17. We will also use Team Kicker in the NFFC Primetime again this year and in all NFFC leagues in 2024. FAAB deadlines are again Wednesday at 10 pm ET and Saturday at 10 pm ET.

The only difference in 2024 is that the NFL has announced two games before the Sunday games in Week 1. The Thursday Night Game has always been a "free look" for NFFC owners and they can see the results of that game before setting their starting lineups on Sunday before the full Week 1 games begin. Now the NFL is adding a Friday Night game in Brazil as well. That Friday, September 6th game will also be a "free look", so no matter when NFFC players draft this year, they will know the results from those four teams (2 games) before having to set their starting lineups in Week 1. Plan accordingly because we've never had two "free look" games in the NFFC before.

Here's a look at the Rules for the NFFC Primetime with the Schedule of Events to follow. Good luck all and enjoy.

Official Rules and Regulations of the National Fantasy Football Championship Primetime

1. Overview
The National Fantasy Football Championship (NFFC) Primetime will consist of multiple leagues each comprised of 12 teams/managers. The NFFC regular season will begin with all Week 1 NFL games (including results from the Thursday, Sept. 8th game) and through all Week 14 games. Teams will play every other team in their league once in head-to-head competition plus three “All Play” weekly formats (Weeks 1, 2 and 14), with three teams from each league advancing to the Championship Round. In the All-Play format, the top six scoring teams in each league for that week earn a Win and the six lowest scoring teams in each league earn a Loss.

Playoff qualifiers include:

Championship Round Qualifiers:
Best head-to-head record
Most Total Points (next most total points if h2h champ had most points)
Next Most Total Points

If a team finishes Week 14 with both the best overall record and the most total points in their league it will win $7,000, with the next highest point total team finishing second and winning $3,400 and the third highest point total team finishing third and winning $1,100. However, if one team wins the h2h title and another team wins the total points title after Week 14, then each team will earn $3,400 and compete in Weeks 15-17 for the remaining $3,600, with total points from that three-week period determining the league champ and earning an additional $3,600 (weekly scoring average from Weeks 1-14 are not included). Each league will have a total of $11,500 in prize money: $7,000 to 1st, $3,400 to 2nd, and $1,100 to 3rd. Tie-breakers for league title are listed elsewhere in the rules. Three teams from each league will advance to the Championship Round for a shot at the $250,000 grand prize: All league h2h champions and the team with the best total points (or in the case that the league champion had the highest points, then the team with the next highest point total in that league), and the team with the next most total points.

The Championship Round for the overall competition will be held Week 15 through Week 17. Teams will carry their weekly scoring average from the first 14 weeks of competition (i.e. 140.15 points) into the playoffs and then add their point totals from Weeks 15, 16 and 17 to that initial total to determine the overall champion.

2. Draft
All leagues will hold their drafts at locations in Las Vegas, New York and Online at from August 14-September 8. Each league will be comprised of 12 teams, and each draft will last for 20 rounds, with each team selecting a player in each round in a serpentine fashion (team 1 through team 12 in Round 1 and team 12 through team 1 in Round 2). All NFFC Primetime draft leagues will use 3RR (3rd Round Reversal) in 2024, meaning that the draft order will go back down to 12 to start Round 3 and then continue in serpentine fashion after that. The NFFC is using 3RR to balance the talent pool throughout these 12-team leagues. Players can be drafted at any position at any time in the draft, but each team must have at least one player for each of the designated starting positions by the end of the draft. Each team must start a weekly lineup of 10 players and the team roster must remain at 20 players; there are no injured reserve lists beyond the team total of 20. Here’s how the draft order will go:

Round 1: 1-12
Round 2: 12-1
Round 3: 12-1
Round 4: 1-12
Round 5: 12-1
Round 6: 1-12
Round 7: 12-1
Round 8: 1-12
Round 9: 12-1
Round 10: 1-12
Round 11: 12-1
Round 12: 1-12
Round 13: 12-1
Round 14: 1-12
Round 15: 12-1
Round 16: 1-12
Round 17: 12-1
Round 18: 1-12
Round 19: 12-1
Round 20: 1-12

Because of the various times of the Primetime drafts, all owners will be allowed to set their Week 1 starting lineup AFTER the Thursday, Sept. 5th game AND the Friday, September 6th game. Starting lineups will be due before the first game on Sunday, Sept. 8th no matter if you drafted before or after those two games. All leagues will be competing for the same overall prize pool.

3. Prizes
Place Overall League Consolation Round
1 - $250,000
2 - $50,000
3 - $20,000
4 - $15,000
5 - $12,500
6 - $10,000
7 - $8,000
8 - $7,000
9 - $6,000
10 - $5,000
11 - $4,000
12 - $3,500
13 - $3,000
14 - $2,500
15 - $2,250
16 - $2,000
17 - $1,800
18 - $1,750
19 - $1,600
20 - $1,500
21 - $1,400
22 - $1,300
23 - $1,250
24 - $1,200
25 - $1,100

Regular Season Total Points Leader = $1,750

The first place overall winner will win the prize shown PLUS an NFFC plaque.

League Prizes
Each league has $11,500 in league prizes: $7,000 for first, $3,400 for second, $1,100 for third
Each League Champion (won/loss record + total points after Week 13) = $7,000 **
Each 2nd place (2nd most points after Week 14 if one team had best h2h record and most total points) = $3,400
Each League 3rd place finisher (3rd most total points in each league) = $1,100

** If after Week 14, one team was h2h champ and another team was total points champ, then those two teams would each receive $3,400 and would compete in Weeks 15-17 for the remaining $3,600 and the title as league champ. That league playoff would be total points from Weeks 15-17 (weekly scoring average from Weeks 1-14 are not included).

4. No Trading
Trading is not allowed during the NFFC season and owners are not allowed to trade draft picks.

5. Roster Requirements
Maximum of 20 players at all times.

6. Starting Lineup Requirements
Starting lineups will consist of:
1 Quarterback
2 Running Backs
3 Wide Receivers
1 Tight End
1 Flex Player (RB, WR or TE)
1 Team Kicker
1 Team Defense/Specials Team

If no Week One lineup is submitted, the NFFC will determine your starting lineup. After Week One, if no starting lineup is submitted, your starting lineup will be that of the previous week.

7. Scoring
Players can accumulate points in a number of ways:

.05 points for every yard passing (works out to 1 point every 20 yards)
6 points for every passing touchdown
2 points for every 2-Point conversion
minus 2 points for every interception
minus 1 point for every lost fumble

.10 points for every yard rushing (works out to 1 point every 10 yards)
6 points for every rushing TD
2 points for every 2-Point conversion
minus 1 point for every lost fumble
6 points for a recovered offensive fumble for a touchdown (RB, QB, WR, TE)

.10 points for every yard receiving (works out to 1 point every 10 yards)
6 points for every receiving TD
1 point for every reception for all players
2 points for every 2-Point conversion
minus 1 point for every lost fumble

1 point for every extra point
3 points for every field goal from 1-30 yards
3 points for every field goal plus .10 points for every yard after 30 yards (i.e. a 47-yard field goal would be worth 4.7 points)

1 point for every sack
2 points for every interception or opponents' fumble recovery
6 points for every touchdown (interception return, defensive fumble return, punt or kickoff return, blocked field goal return, blocked punt return). All special teams and defensive points are awarded to the team responsible. Individual players who also score a TD on special teams will receive 6 points for their fantasy teams. Also, any lost fumble or “muff” on a specials team play now results in negative points for that individual player. Should a kicker, punter or field goal holder throw a pass off a fake attempt, however, the offensive output for that offensive play would go towards the individual player, not the specials team.

2 points for a safety
12 points for a shutout by the entire team
8 points for allowing 2-7 points by the entire team
4 points for allowing 8-14 points by the entire team
2 points for allowing 15-20 points by the entire team
1 point for allowing 21-24

8. Free Agent Acquisitions
Any player who is not on a team roster within your league is considered a free agent for that league. The free agent system will be a "blind bidding" process for each individual league (Free Agent Acquisition Bidding or FAAB). Each team will start with a $1,000 FAAB budget, and will be permitted to bid for free agents on a weekly basis beginning before Week 1 and going through Week 14. No team will be informed of any other team's free agent bids before they’re announced and only the winning bid and the runner-up bid will be announced afterwards to NFFC owners. The team with the highest bid on any given player will be awarded that player. The amount of the winning bid will be deducted from the winning team's free agent dollars. For each winning bid, the winning team must drop a player to make roster room for the free agent acquisition. If a team's free agent dollars goes to zero, that team will no longer be allowed to bid for the rest of the season. No bid will be accepted that is larger than a team's free agent dollars. All bids must be in increments of dollars (no cents).

9. The Draft
The draft will be held at locations in Las Vegas, New York and Online at The draft will be held in a serpentine fashion for each round using 3RR (1-12 in Round 1, 12-1 in Round 2, 12-1 in Round 3, 1-12 in Round 4 and continuing from there in serpentine fashion).
A. League Management Web Address: SportsHub Tech will manage the NFFC and provide real-time stats online. You can access your league via the Internet by going to
B. Lineup Submission: All lineups may be submitted on the league web site and must be entered prior to the scheduled kickoff for the game affected.
C. Scoring: The National Fantasy Football Championship will use a head-to-head scoring setup. Scoring will be accumulated each week from your 10 starters. Scores in the NFFC are finalized with no changes possible after 6 p.m. EST each Thursday after the weekend games.

10. Bidding Time Frame
Because of the NFL having Thursday Night Games every week this season, the NFFC will be hosting 2 FAAB periods each week. The first one will run every Wednesday after Week 1 at 10 pm ET, and a second FAAB period will run for unselected free agents from that week on Saturday at 10 pm ET. Players dropped on Wednesday can’t be picked up on Saturday. Players who played in the Thursday Night Game CAN be waived during Friday's transactions if they weren't in your starting lineup.

The bidding process will be held each week starting with Week 1 and continues through the end of the NFFC regular season in Week 14. Bids will be accepted on the league web site from Saturday at 9 am ET until Wednesday at 10 p.m. ET in each of those weeks. Bidding for the second FAAB of the week will begin at 9 am ET on Thursday and close at 10 pm ET on Saturday. Rosters will be updated by 11 p.m. ET Wednesday and Saturday with the results of all winning and runner-up bids. Standings on tied bids will be based on the standings at the time of FAAB bid, which obviously can change from Wednesday to Saturday based on Elias stat changes on Thursday.

Also this year, we are allowing FAAB before Week 1 for all NFFC Primetime leagues that drafted before that first FAAB period, so plan accordingly. You will have an opportunity to replace an injured kicker or quarterback or any other position if you drafted on, let's say, Aug. 25th and FAAB runs on Wednesday, Sept. 4th. FAAB will be open Wednesday and Saturday for those owners.

11. Conditional Bids
Conditional bids can also be offered. In the event you may lose out on a player, you can place conditional bid(s) for other players during the bidding time frame. The first conditional bid will become relevant only if you lose out on the first bid. Subsequent conditional bids will become relevant only if the previous conditional bid fails. Bids do not require conditional bids. Bids may have several sequential conditional bids, but the system processes them from highest dollar value to lowest dollar value.

12. Number of Bid Limits
There is no limit to the number of bids each week in which bids are permitted.

13. Tied Bids
If there is a tie bid, the team that receives the player will be determined in order by:
Worst league record
Lowest total points
Highest points against
Lowest draft spot

14. Trades between managers
To minimize the possibility of collusion, there will be no trading allowed. All drops are also subject to review by the commissioner of the NFFC and can be revoked if the dropped player is deemed too valuable to be offered to that league's free agent pool, thus damaging the credibility of the overall contest. In the case of a “star” player being dropped in a league for a valid reason, the NFFC commissioner does reserve the right to allow the cut but keep the player out of that league's free agent listing for any length of time, possibly the entire season. Accidental cuts or cuts of the wrong player will be handled individually by the NFFC commissioner and reversed if deemed necessary. All decisions by the NFFC commissioner will be final.

15. League Structure
Each league will consist of 12 teams competing in a head-to-head plus total points format for the league championship. The NFFC Primetime will run from Week 1 through Week 14 in a league format, with each team playing every other team once in head-to-head competition plus two weeks of “all play”, where the top six scoring teams in the league earn a Win and the lowest six scoring teams in each league earn a Loss. The “All Play” format this year will be held in Weeks 1, 2 and 14. After Week 14, three teams from each league earn a spot in the Championship Round: 1) Best head-to-head record with total points being the tie-breaker; 2) most total points not including the team with the best head-to-head record; and 3) next team with most total points. Any team outside of the top three in each league that finishes in the top 15 percent of the total number of teams (Top 151 if we finish with 1,008 total teams) also can earn a Wild Card spot in the Championship Round if they didn’t earn a spot through their league finish. All of the teams in the Championship Round will carry their weekly scoring average from the first 14 weeks of the regular season into the Championship Round and add that score to their point totals in Weeks 15, 16 and 17 to produce their playoff scoring total. The team with the most points in the Championship Round wins the $250,000 grand prize.

16. Random League/Draft Spot Selections
The NFFC will randomly select the leagues and the draft orders of each league once all entries have been submitted by city. For instance, if the NFFC receives 60 entries for the Primetime on Saturday morning in Las Vegas, we’ll put all 60 names into a computer program and select in order: League 1, pick 1 is John Smith; League 1, pick 2 is John Doe, League 1, pick 3 is Jane Andrews, etc. until all 60 names have been selected. We will do this in each city for all of the leagues. In all NFFC draft leagues, we’ll also implement the Kentucky Derby Style process to allow owners more draft preference. The KDS process allows owners to rank their order of preference for Draft Day, ranking their preferences 1 through 12 BEFORE the leagues are selected. If an owner wants the third pick and is selected No. 1 overall in his league, he would choose that option and he would then be moved to third in that league on Draft Day. NFFC officials will look at every owner’s Draft Preferences after the leagues and orders are randomly selected and then announce the draft orders for each league. Once each NFFC owner has officially signed up for the contest, they can find this feature in their game site under My Settings. Then click on Draft Preferences and you’ll see the Draft Order ranked 1 through 12 and the option to change those preferences next to them. If you decide not to rank your preferences, your preferred order will remain 1 through 12. Owners can change their Draft Preferences right up until the announced deadline is set. An example of a KDS preference would be: 1, 2, 3, 12, 11, 7, 8, 9, 4, 5, 6, 10. If you were picked fourth out of the hat for your league and the top three teams took 1, 2, and 3, then you’d be slotted in the 12th spot (your fourth preference) on Draft Day.

If a Primetime league in one of the cities doesn't fill exactly with 12 teams, the NFFC also reserves the right to fill that league with owners from one other host city or Online to make it full. In that scenario, the NFFC reserves the right to place some of the final signups in any of the cities in that online league. Early-bird signups will not be placed in an online draft league.

17. Tie-breaker procedures
If after 14 regular season games, teams are tied for first place, second place or third place, the following tiebreakers will be used in this order:

Total points through 14 weeks
Head-to-head won/lost record against the tied teams (if three or more teams, it's cumulative wins against those common opponents)
Highest point total from Week 14
Highest point total from Week 13
Highest point total from Week 12 down to Week 1 in order
Lowest draft spot

This procedure is for determining the head-to-head champion and the league total points leader
In the post-season, should any teams finish in a tie for prize money, the money would be split among those teams. In the unlikely event that teams are tied with the exact same point total during the playoffs for the NFFC title, the prize money for first and second place would be added together and split evenly. The same is true if teams tied for third place or fourth place or any of the other money spots, including the consolation round.

18. Draft Rules
Time Limit: Each participant will have a one-minute time limit from the moment the draft facilitator tells him/her that they are on the clock to make their selection. The participant will be told when there is 15 seconds left by the draft facilitator and a countdown from five seconds will go until time has expired. The draft facilitator will have final say on whether a pick was called out in time or not. If a participant does not make a selection within one minute, he/she will be passed over until the next participant makes a player selection. The passed-over player goes back on the clock for one minute after the selection is made. The draft facilitator also has final say on the announcement of the picks as the pick becomes final AFTER he/she announces the pick. For the Online draft, the clock will be set at 60 seconds per pick and there are no breaks during the online draft.

Seating: Every team will have two draft spots available at the table and each team will be seated in their draft order.
Trading: There is no trading allowed during the NFFC season and all player cuts will be evaluated by the NFFC. Any player cut that will hurt the integrity of the league can be removed from that league’s free agent pool for good by the NFFC.

Electronic Equipment: Participants can use electronic equipment during the draft as long as it fits in the allotted draft spot at the table. There will be free Internet at the live events but no guarantee of electrical outlets, so participants bringing laptops will have to supply their own power. Cell phones are allowed at the draft table, but we encourage participants to use them sparingly and not in a way that interrupts the draft process.

Smoking/Drinking: Smoking will not be allowed in the Draft Room. There will be drinks available in the Draft Room, but we ask that each participant drink responsibly.

Breaks: There will be a 10-minute break after Round 10 and we will finish the draft after the break.
Week One Lineups: Every participant is responsible for submitting their Week One starting lineup before the Sunday, Sept. 8th games. The Thursday and Friday night game results will count in the NFFC scoring. All teams are also required to confirm their team roster and sign off on the players on the list before leaving the draft. Any errors on your roster should be presented to the NFFC management as soon as possible.

League Management: The league will be available via the Internet at All lineups may be submitted on the league web site and must be entered prior to the scheduled kickoff for the game affected.
Thanksgiving/Saturday games: Any players you want to place in your starting lineup for early games like Thanksgiving or the Thursday Night Games, must be entered online at least five minutes before the scheduled kickoff. Any player involved in those games that isn't in the starting lineup by the regular lineup deadline of Sunday morning, won't be available for those week's games.

19. Refunds
Once a participant submits valid payment, no money will be refunded unless the NFFC event for which such participant has registered has been canceled. A team spot is considered filled when the entire entry fee is paid. SportsHub reserves the right to cancel any entries which are not part of a full league. In addition, SportsHub retains the right to deny, at its sole discretion, eligibility of any individual to register for any NFFC game or event and/or participate in any NFFC game or event, even after the registration fee has been paid, but in such case, the entry fee will be refunded. Under no condition shall SportsHub be held responsible for any loss or liability related to any expenses incurred by a denied entrant or any person affiliated with that denied entrant. Notwithstanding anything herein to the contrary, in the event that any participant or co-manager is banned from the NFFC as the result of any violation of the Official Rules, then no refund will be given.

20. Cancellation
At its sole discretion, SportsHub reserves the right to terminate any NFFC game, event or league at any time prior to the completion of the season due to any acts of God, natural disasters, terrorism, change in applicable law, interruption of the season (including strikes, lockouts and/or use of replacement players), or any other situation beyond the control of SportsHub. In the event of any such termination by SportsHub, all entry fees will be refunded, with the exception of any live event fees (if such live event has already occurred).

21. Taxes
If the principal team owner's net prize winnings are $600.00 or greater (or any other threshold subsequently established by the IRS), the National Fantasy Football Championship (“NFFC”) must file a Form 1099 with the IRS at the end of this calendar year. We will request your social security number and signature on this form. The form contains the amount paid to you minus your entire entry fees in 2024 and you will receive a copy of the form for tax purposes. SportsHub pays the principal team owner of each NFFC team that was submitted on the entry form and you are responsible for paying any taxes that result from your cash prize; please consult your income tax advisor for filing advice. In the event that the awarding of any prizes to winners of the Contest is challenged by any legal authority, SportsHub reserves the right in its sole discretion to determine whether or not to award such prizes. After 12 months, any unclaimed prize will be forfeited.

22. Eligibility; Registration
The National Fantasy Football Championship is open to individuals who are at least 18 years of age (or the age of majority in your state of residence) and are a resident of the United States of America or Canada. Notwithstanding the foregoing, residents of Washington State, Louisiana, Montana, Arizona, Delaware and Iowa are not eligible to register or play in the NFFC. All registrations must be in the full legal name of the primary team owner, though owners will have the option to add a co-manager(s).

23. Official Rules
Registration for, and continued participation in, the National Fantasy Football Championship constitutes your full and unconditional agreement to these official rules (“Official Rules”) and to SportsHub’s decisions relating thereto. SportsHub’s decisions in regards to these Official Rules and all matters pertaining to the National Fantasy Football Championship are final and binding.

24. Code of Conduct
All participants and co-managers are expected to behave in lawful, respectful and sportsman-like fashion at all live draft events, throughout the NFFC season, and during use of any NFFC website, including, but not limited to comments posted on any NFFC message board. Additionally the NFFC events, games and/or leagues may not be used for any form of gambling. Any conduct or message board post by a participant, co-manager or other person which is deemed by SportsHub, in its sole discretion, to be unlawful, or to have the effect of intimidating, harassing, offending or otherwise harming any other participant, co-manager, guest, or NFFC/SportsHub representative, is strictly prohibited. SportsHub reserves the right, in its sole discretion to ban any person from current and/or future participation in the NFFC and/or from use of the message boards if such person engages in any such prohibited conduct or is otherwise in violation of any of these Rules. In addition, any person engaging in such conduct forfeits any rights to a refund, as well as any potential rights to a prize award. SportsHub shall not be responsible or held liable to any person for damage to property or personal injury or death arising from the acts or omissions of any third parties. Any participants or co-managers who collude, or attempt to collude, or who attempts to blackmail, bribe or otherwise influence any representative of SportsHub/NFFC, or who otherwise attempts to sabotage the league, in an effort to alter the results or outcome of any NFFC game will be disqualified and will be prohibited from winning any prize award. If a participant is banned from participation in a current NFFC game, then SportsHub reserves the right, to take those actions which it sees fit, in its sole discretion with respect to such banned participant’s team. Any criminal behavior may be referred to the appropriate authorities.

25. Errors
The deadline for submitting any dispute or claim regarding the operation of any league draft is one hour after the conclusion of the draft itself; further, leaving any live draft event without submitting any dispute or claim regarding the draft constitutes your waiver of any right to challenge any aspect of the draft. You are strongly urged to double-check your lineups, trades, and free agent moves throughout the season, as SportsHub/NFFC will not be held liable for any errors in entering lineups, trades or free agent moves, and SportsHub/NFFC will not intervene or alter a transaction after lineups, trades or free agent moves are due.

26. Prize Splitting
Prize splitting amongst the principal registrant and co-managers is available, provided that the principal registrant has authorized payment to his co-managers in writing and in advance of the completion of the season. In order to authorize prize-splitting, the principal registrant must completely fill out and sign the authorization form designated by SportsHub (including the name and address of the co-manager(s) and the applicable prize percentage to be paid to each co-manager(s)). Both the principal registrant and each co-manager designated on a prize-splitting form will be required to fill out a W-9. No prize money will be distributed until all necessary forms have been received by SportsHub. Both the principal registrant and the co-manager(s) will receive IRS Form 1099 reflecting the prize money paid to each. If SportsHub deems, in its sole discretion, that the appropriate documentation and/or authorization has not been received, or has not been received in a timely fashion, then SportsHub will pay prize payments only to the principal registrant.

27. Communication and Access
All NFFC team owners must have internet access and a valid e-mail address for communication. SportsHub is not responsible for any issues which impede or interfere with the transmission or receipt of any transaction, including but not limited to, draft selections, trades, free agent moves and lineups. SportsHub is also not responsible for the failure of any telephone networks/lines, internet connections, software/hardware, or internet congestion/transmission rates.

28. Hold Harmless
Each participant and co-owner hereby releases and holds harmless SportsHub and its parents, affiliates, and subsidiaries, and their respective directors, officers, employees, agents and representatives from and against any and all liability for any injuries, losses or damages of any kind to person (including death) and property, arising in whole or in part, directly or indirectly from participation in any NFFC event, game or league, as well as acceptance or use of any prize award.

29. Player Eligibility
Players will be eligible at one position during the NFFC season and designated for that position before the season by SportsHub. Should a player move to another primary position before the start of the season, the NFFC reserves the right to give that player a second eligible position. No player will ever lose the eligibility originally designated by the NFFC, but a second position could be added if deemed necessary by the NFFC. All decisions made by the NFFC commissioner regarding eligibility are final.
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