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    Fantasy Football League

    Fantasy Football League is a British television programme hosted by Frank Skinner and David Baddiel. The programme began on BBC Radio 5 and was hosted by Dominik Diamond before transferring to BBC 2, with three series being broadcast from January 1994 to May 1996 (followed by episodes during Euro 1996). The show then moved to ITV for live specials on alternate nights throughout 1998 World Cup and then again through the 2004 European Championship. It is not known if the show is ever likely to return. In its absence, Baddiel and Skinner instead went on to produce a series of podcasts for The Times, documenting their experiences while travelling across Germany at the 2006 World Cup. The success of these led to the duo being signed by Absolute Radio, where they hosted a similar show from South Africa during the 2010 World Cup. The format was originally heavily reliant on an actual fantasy football league, made up of teams picked by regular guest celebrities at the point that the game became popular in the mid-1990s. Each week, one or more of the celebrities would appear on the show and chat about football and their fantasy line-ups. As the show progressed on television, however, the
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    Survivor fantasy leagues

    Survivor fantasy leagues are NFL fantasy leagues that involve you (the owner) to pick a team that you think will win a match-up every week. If that team loses, you are eliminated from the league. If you win, you advance to the next week. You can't pick a team more than once in a regular season. Pick one winner. That's all you need to do to survive in survivor fantasy sports. Pick one straight up winner. No spread. No over/under. No penalty for picking a massive favorite. But once you've picked a team, you can't pick that team again for the rest of the season. The winner of the survivor fantasy league is the person who goes the longest without picking a loser. If multiple people make it to the end of the regular season without picking a loser, the majority of leagues will carry on to a postseason tiebreaker. In the postseason tiebreaker, the basic format will be the same as it was in the regular season. Every team that made the playoffs will be eligible to be picked once during the duration of the survivor league regardless of whether or not the league member used that team in the regular season. All NFL teams are allowed to be played.
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    Fantasy football

    Fantasy football is a game in which participants assemble an imaginary team of real life footballers and score points based on those players' actual statistical performance or their perceived contribution on the field of play. Usually players are selected from one specific division in a particular country, although there are many variations. The original game was created by Andrew Wainstein in England in 1991, when he set up Fantasy League Ltd after seeing the success of American fantasy sports games in the 1980s. Fantasy football has evolved in recent years from a simple recreational activity into a significant business due to exposure via the internet. An emerging variant is club-based fantasy football in which participants select players from within their own club. Participating clubs typically have more than one football team and adopt club fantasy football to increase communication and banter between teams. Some clubs charge a nominal amount for players to enter a team and either use the proceeds as a fundraiser or to fund the fantasy league prizes. Club fantasy football leagues tend to be less sophisticated than the national variety since most clubs run them on a spreadsheet.
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