Do you want to compete directly against your friends in Official Bundesliga Fantasy Manager? Well, now you can thanks to the new head-to-head mode!
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Not content with getting the better of your friends and colleagues in normal league mode? Show them who's boss with our latest Fantasy feature.
Head-to-head mode has just been made available, allowing you compete directly against a fellow player on every matchday. This new game mode is only available in the official Bundesliga Fantasy App. In order to play head-to-head, simply download the latest version of the Bundesliga Fantasy Manager app and follow the instructions below.
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How does head-to-head mode work?
A minimum of four players are required, so first up you need to get choosing. After that, decide whether you want to play head-to-head mode in a league format, in a league format followed by knockout rounds or in a straight knockout format only.
In the league format, whoever scores more points with their Fantasy team against their designated opponent on a given matchday receives three points for the win; the loser does not get any points. If both managers’ teams earn the same number of Fantasy points, each player receives one point. The head-to-head points are transferred directly into a table.
If you opt to play using the knockout system, the respective loser is eliminated (depending on whether it is a knockout mode with one or two legs).
It is important to note that you do not need a new Fantasy squad to use head-to-head mode; simply use your existing team. You can decide in advance when, for how long and with how many participants you want to play head-to-head mode.
If you are unable to fill all the slots, byes will be used to determine who wins or moves on to the knockout round.
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