The WCOFF tournament offers a DFS (daily fantasy sports) experience like no other – with a three-step tournament qualifying structure, ending in a super high-stakes Fantasy Premier League final played across two gameweeks, boasting a €500,000 prize-pool and a mouth-watering first-place prize of €100,000 to the winner.
The WCOFF has a habit of creating incredible stories and this year may be no different. With regular satellites running in the Fanteam lobby, users have the opportunity to get into the mammoth event from a much smaller amount than the standard €1000 buy-in.
Our twitter timeline has been full of the community sharing their excitement into winning their way into the WCOFF.
Our 2021 EPL season long winner Josh Wooldridge (aka @CheckJoshFF) qualified for an incredible 5 tickets in the recent WCOFF Monster satellite.
Can he do the incredible and become our Season long champ and WCOFF winner in one year? He currently has five bites at the cherry to make that happen.
Well known FPL player and Youtuber FPL Prem Tipster was very pleased to book his place in the big one just last week. This weekend he went and did it again!
Can he use the knowledge he has honed from playing FPL to go on and win the biggest football DFS contest on FanTeam. Bragging rights for life!
WCOFF WINNER FROM A €2 SATELLITE
In 2019 one such player who qualified through a satellite for the WCOFF Final was fscottl – a Scottish FanTeam user who entered a satellite contest for just €2.
He eventually went on to win the tournament and take home the €30,000 prize. All while watching the final game of the contest on an offshore oil rig. A late Mo Salah substitution ended up being the difference for fscottl to clinch that first place prize!
Check out our interview with fscottl where he talks us through his incredible WCOFF success story here.
The rules and format are nearly identical to that of our usual Fantasy Premier League Weekly Monster, with the only difference being it’s run over 2 gameweeks, instead of 1.
Managers are required to create and enter a team for GW24 and GW25 (usual monster deadlines and prices apply) – this means your GW24 team won’t be your GW25 team – you will need to log in and create a new team for GW25.
Once GW24 is over, a new set of GW25 fixtures and player prices will be available, where you can make unlimited transfers before the GW25 deadline.
The scores in both gameweeks are added together to determine a final leaderboard score and position.
See the infographic below for further rules:
The WCOFF has plenty of amazing cash prizes on offer, with the top 121 places being paid out in total.
First prize is the insane €100,000 but there is of course much more than that to go around. A top 5 finish guarantees €15,000, while the minimum paid prize is €1,500.
See the infographic below for the full list of prizes:
WCOFF satellite contests are open now. To enter, simply log in to your account, then check out the lobby on Fanteam.com to find various upcoming WCOFF satellite contests
If you don’t have a Fanteam account yet – not to worry – click here to start the simple registration process and set up your account today, for free.