Pick6 Minimum Play Requirements and Did Not Play (US)

Overview

Any player who is listed as a pick option but does not meet the minimum play requirements ('DNP') in their game, all picks associated with that player will be scored as a loss, regardless of selecting "More" or "Less" for the pick.

Minimum Play Requirements by league

NFL: The Player must record at least one (1) snap (offense, defense or special teams) to be considered as having met the minimum play requirements.

NBA: The player must log at least one (1) second of playing time to be considered as having met the minimum play requirements.

NHL: The player must log at least one (1) second of official ice time to be considered as having met the minimum play requirements.

PGA TOUR: The golfer must record at least one (1) stroke in order to be considered as having met the minimum play requirements.

MLB: The player must make an appearance in the official MLB box score. Actions that get a player in the official box score include being listed in the official batting order, making at least 1 pitch, or making an appearance as a hitter, runner, or defensive substitute.

UFC: The fighter must record at least one (1) second of official fight time in the scheduled fight associated with the pick.

WNBA: The player must log at least one (1) second of playing time to be considered as having met the minimum play requirements.

Important: If a player reaches the minimum play requirements and then exits the game for any reason (injury, ejection, etc.) they will still be eligible to have their picks graded. Learn more about DraftKings Pick6 minimum play requirements.