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General Questions

What is No Halftime?

No Halftime is a fantasy sports mobile app that allows you to create player vs player fantasy challenges against others using players or teams. For example, ODB vs Gronk or Trout vs Harper.

How is No Halftime different than traditional fantasy services?

On No Halftime, your line-up consists of one player, instead of multiple players.

Which sports and leagues can I create challenges on?

Currently we offer NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, ATP, NASCAR and PGA. If there’s a sport or league you’re interested in us having, let us know.

Where is Greyhound racing?

If you don’t see your favorite sport on No Halftime, you can make a request.

Can I connect my existing fantasy sports account (e.g. Yahoo, ESPN) to No Halftime?

At the moment no, but we are working diligently to allow users in future versions of the app to connect their existing fantasy sports accounts. Stay tuned, we have some cool ideas that you are going to love!

Is No Halftime legal?

Absolutely. No Halftime meets all the criteria outlined by UIGEA. Although, if you are resident of any of the following states: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New York, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia and Washington, you are not permitted to use our service.

What to do if you believe a minor is participating on No Halftime?

Please contact customer support or email us at fantasy@nohalftime.com.

No Halftime is awesome, are you guys on social media?

Follow us today on Twitter and Facebook.

Where could I find a list of app updates?

Stay tuned to our blog.

What’s the fee structure of No Halftime?

No Halftime takes a 10% fee from the total challenge value (i.e. pot). Example, if you and your friend participate in a challenge with $50 each, the pot would be $100. We’ll receive $10 once that challenge is settled.


Is self-exclusion available?

Yes! Please visit www.nohalftime.com/responsibility for more details on our self-exclusion program.

So where do I go to create an account on No Halftime?

You must register for an account in the No Halftime app. Don’t worry, it only takes seconds to download the app and to register.

Can I register for multiple account on No Halftime?

We know it’s a great app, but you are only allowed one account.

How do I add a profile photo?

Adding a profile photo is as easy as 1-2-3. Just navigate to the settings tab in the app and click on the default image logo. Follow the prompts, and voila, your beautiful face is now in the No Halftime app. Now your friends can see your mug in the league, hey maybe wiping that smirk off your face will get them to accept your fantasy challenges.

How do I delete my account?

“Don’t go, we can change!”..sorry you are considering leaving the No Halftime family. Please let us know what we can do better to keep great users like yourself from wanting to delete their account. Now that we have stalled long enough, if you are still interested in deleting your account just email us.

Can I use No Halftime account on multiple devices?

Yes, the technical geniuses at No Halftime have allowed it so users can login from multiple mobile devices! So wherever you go, No Halftime goes! (sounds kind of creepy but it’s true).


Where can I find all my created and accepted challenges?

Click on the “Account” screen which is represented by a person icon. Once there you could filter to view the specific challenges you’re looking for.

How do I view historical information or live scoring?

Tap card, and it will expand. If the respective games haven’t started for the selected players, then you’ll see historical information from past games. If the game is live or in-progress, you’ll see live scoring.

How much time before game time can I create/accept challenges?

You can create/accept challenges up to 10 minutes before the game start time for any player or team involved in that respective game. So use your time wisely, get those challenges in and accepts the ones you want. Then spend the next 10 minutes admiring those challenges and thinking about what you are going to do with the money you win. New shoes, new watch, maybe a nice dinner, the possibilities are endless.

How do I know who is the home team and away team (@ and vs.)?

When creating a challenge or accepting a challenge, you’ll see @ and vs. immediately after the player/team name. The “@” means the player is playing in a road game for their team. The “vs.” means the player is in a home game for their team.

What can I create challenges on?

You can create challenges on overall fantasy points for individual players or athletes, and depending on the sport offenses and defenses. Click here to see how we calculate fantasy points based on real player statistics. For MLB, hitting statistics for pitchers will not be counted, and pitching statistics for hitters will not be counted.

What does it mean when I swipe Right on a challenge?

It means you think the player on the right side, who is marked with “You”, will outduel the player on the left. Simple right!? Now what are you waiting for, get to swiping!

What does it mean when I swipe Left on a challenge?

It means you think the player on the left side, who is marked with “Opponent”, will outduel the player on the right and you will not accept the challenge. I told you it was simple.

Why can’t I create challenges on players playing in the same week and same game?

Because that would be against the UIGEA 2006 rules. Selected players have to be playing in different games for the selected duration.

Why can’t I create challenges on players from the same team?

Based on UIGEA 2006, players must be playing in different games. If two players from the same team could play in different games in the same week, then someone has invented time travel!

Are there any limits to the number of challenges I can accept?

No. Accept challenges until your heart is satisfied.

How can I search for my favorite player in the mobile app?

We have made searching for your favorite players easy. Simply go into the setting tab and add your favorite player(s)/team(s). Now when you go to search for a player, your favorites will be right there for easy access.

When can I cancel a challenge I created?

Challenges can only be cancelled if it has not been accepted by another user and any applicable games have not begun.

Can I send challenges privately?

Yes. You can privately challenge individuals (via email or username) or leagues. On the create challenge screen, just look for the private button. Challenge away!

I accidentally swiped left on challenge, can I get it back?

Yes, the challenge’s stack takes about 24 hours to reset.

How do I save a challenge?

Come across an interesting challenge and don’t want to accept it right away? Maybe you want to grab a drink or take a walk before accepting challenge. You can save the challenge for action later by swiping down on the challenge card. The save challenge can be viewed in the Accounts view under “Saved”.


What is a league?

The league, similar to your traditional fantasy league, is just a collection of you and friends (or people you hate, we won’t judge) who can easily share challenges. Only users in the league can see the league challenges.

Can leagues be public?

Yes, they can be. Join a league with friends or join a public league if you are really adventurous.

How could I create challenges only for my league?

When creating a challenge, select the private button and indicate the league you want the challenge to be shared to.

How can I modify (e.g. remove, add users) the league settings?

Only the league admin can remove users from the league by clicking on the gear icon. You can add members by sending invites via email to users. Users must have an account with No Halftime to join the league.

How many leagues can I participate in?

Join as many leagues as you want! It’s all you can eat here at No Halftime.

Where could I view how I’ve done in my league compared to others?

Navigate to the league page and click on Standings to view how you stack up against the competition.

Can I import league information from an external fantasy sports provider (e.g. Yahoo, ESPN)?


What are interests?

When creating a league, you can specify which sports the league will focus on. Your league is not restricted to creating challenges on just the selected interests but it helps other users understand the common interests of the league.


How do I deposit money into my No Halftime account?

Click on the balance or the wallet icon, then click on the deposit button. Follow the prompts from there.

How does withdrawal work?

Easy, you make a request from the wallet screen, then click on the withdraw button, we send the money to your payment account. We wish everything in life was that easy.

Where can I see all of the deposits and withdrawals?

All transactions can be viewed in the Wallet, under “Transactions”.


How do I refer a friend?

If you enjoy the App, and want to refer a friend, you could do so by going to Settings and clicking on “Refer a Friend.” There you’ll be able to forward the App to as many friends as you’ll like. Each user gets a unique promo code that could be shared.

Can I change my username?

Yes, but it has to be a unique name in the system. Also, no offensive names are allowed. Don’t use a name that you wouldn’t want your mother to see. She may be playing too.

Why should I add my social networks to No Halftime?

We use your social media when you want to share your challenges with your social networks.

Game Rules

What are the rules of the game?

In order to play DFS at No Halftime we have set out a few rules that we think are fair and equal to everyone. Click on the Game Rules link below to find out more about match postponements, player injuries, suspended games, traded players and more. Game Rules


How do I score points?

In order to score DFS points play at No Halftime we have set out a DFS scoring system that we think is fair and equal to everyone. Please click on the Scoring link below to find out per sport exactly how many points you can earn per event. Scoring System