How do I build my Reignmakers football lineup? (US)

DraftKings Reignmakers offers players the opportunity to build a Fantasy Football franchise by collecting gamified Player Cards via pack drops, auctions, or shopping cards in the Marketplace!

To build a Reignmakers lineup via desktop and mobile web:

1. Log into DraftKings Reignmakers.

2. Select the contest cell you wish to compete in from the Contests Lobby.Jason_Bittle_-_Screenshot_rework_1_-_contest_lobby.PNG

3. From the draft screen players will need to select: (The below example depicts a screenshot and description of a Classic contest style.)

  • 1QB
  • 1RB
  • 1WR
  • 1WR/TE
  • 1 FLEX (which can be an RB, WR, TE, K, or Defensive player)
  • The below example shows a Classic Rare contest. In terms of card rarities, players need to draft 1 Core (or higher rarity) card and 4 Rare (or higher rarity cards) to compete in this specific example. 
  • Players can note whether or not they meet the contest requirements via the requirements drawer at the bottom of the draft page in red writing.
  • Players can only select one SuperStar player card
    • SuperStar player cards have a yellow star next to their name signifying their status.
    • This is a predetermined list by DraftKings. Learn more about SuperStar Player Cards.
  • Once a card from your collection has been used in an upcoming contest, it can't be used for any other contests.
  • Participants can use a card in a contest and list that card on the secondary marketplace. If that card is sold though, it'll be removed from the contest.
  • Please head to the Reignmakers Help Center to learn more about the different contest types available.

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Requirement Drawer:

Desktop:

1. Log in to your DraftKings Reignmakers account.

2. Click the Contest tab along the top menu.

3. Click the contest you'd like to take part in.

   - You can view the Entrants, Payout Structure, Rules & Scoring, and Fair Play needs in the contest overview popup.

4. Click Draft Team.

5. Click Requirements in the top right corner of the drafting screen. See Examples below:

Mobile Web:

1. Log in to your DraftKings Reignmakers account.

2. Click the three-lined menu in the top left corner.

3. Click the Contests dropdown menu.

4. Click the Contest Lobby.

5. Click the contest you'd like to take part in.

  •  You can view the Entrants, Payout Structure, Rules & Scoring, and Fair Play needs by clicking the three dots menu on the right of the contest you're viewing.

6. Pull down the Requirements Drawer from the lineup selection page to view the lineup requirements.

 

4. Select the player cards needed by position for the contest one by one.

 

The text under each roster position tells players how many playable cards they own and at what rarities.

All eligible player cards a player owns are available on the right-side panel.

4. Select the player cards needed by position for the contest one by one.

    • The text under each roster position tells players how many playable cards they own and at what rarities.
    • All eligible player cards a player owns are available on the right-side panel.

5. Select the green plus icon () to add the playable card for that specific player to your contest roster. If a player doesn't own a playable card for a player, select the shopping cart icon (🛒) to view cards for sale on the secondary marketplace.

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  • In the above example, Josh Allen was clicked and 2 elite cards were owned for him.
  • Click, Show My Cards Only toggle above the player pool to only see owned playable cards. 
    • This process can be used until all roster positions are filled in.

Notes:

  • Players will see the following screen if they don't own any player cards for a specific player.

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  • Players will see the following screen if there are player cards on the secondary marketplace for a specific player.

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  • Owning one playable card for a player: clicking the green plus icon (➕) on the first step adds the card directly to a player’s lineup. 
  • Owning multiple playable cards for a player: clicking the green plus icon (➕) will bring up the above modal on the My Editions tab.

6. Click on each position in the contest and fill the remaining positions with the same methods outlined above utilizing both the green plus icon () and shopping cart icon (🛒) where needed to fulfill the contest playable card requirements and insert player cards into your lineup.

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7. Rosters are cleared for submission if the requirements drawer has green check marks and the Submit Lineup button is clickable.

    • Green check marks can be found on the bottom of the screen to the right of Requirements.
    • Submit lineup can be found in the lower right corner of the lineup page and will be white with black letters when ready for submission.

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8. Click, submit to enter the lineup.

9. Once it submits it’ll bring players back to the My Contests page.

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Important Notes for players designing Reignmakers contest lineups:

  • Clicking to purchase the lowest price card for a player at a particular rarity will present the following screen.

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  • Clicking to view all cards for a player card at a particular rarity shows the following screen.

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  • Trying to submit a lineup that's over the maximum Superstar limit (as marked  by the gold s star next to a player's name). 
    • As seen in the second screenshot below having tried submitting two Core player cards.
    • It shows up red in the requirements drawer and there's an error message at the top of the screen if a player tries to submit the lineup.
    • Players get a similar error message if they try to submit a lineup that doesn’t meet the rarity requirements.

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  • Players can locate information about the contest they are building a Reignmakers lineup for via the contest details overview.
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How many times can I use each of my cards?

Customers can use each of their owned cards once in a paid contest and once in a free contest simultaneously.

  • For example, if you own a Patrick Mahomes Core card you can enter that card in one free contest lineup and enter it into a lineup for a paid contest even before the free contest has started.

Once a contest has started, the cards you entered into that contest will become available to draft again. If a paid contest starts, then the cards you entered into that contest will be available to draft in other paid contests. Similarly, if a free contest starts then the cards you entered into that free contest will be available to draft again in other free contests.

What counts as a paid contest?

A paid contest is a contest with an entry fee. Entry Fees will be displayed in green under the Requirements label in the contest lobby. You can review an example of a contest with a $5 Entry Fee and a Free Entry contest below. Learn more about Paid Contests

How will I know if I can use a given card again?

Cards that you’ve already used in a free contest or a paid contest will not appear in the draft screen for that type of contest anymore.

  • For example, if I’ve already used my Patrick Mahomes Core card in a free contest but haven’t used it in a paid contest, then that card will no longer appear in any draft screens for free contests and it will appear in draft screens for paid contests.

So if you are able to draft a card into your lineup, then you would be able to use it in that contest.

Can I enter my card into two free contests simultaneously if I don’t enter it into a paid contest that week?

No, you can only play a card in one free contest at a time and one paid contest at a time.

When I click “Edit Lineup” or View Contest on a card in my portfolio which entry will I be taken to?

If one of your owned cards is entered into both a free and a paid contest, selecting the Edit Lineup and View Contest buttons on the My Cards page will take you to your free entry. All entered contests can be viewed on your My Contests page.