PrizePicks launches free-to-play version of its signature game

November 9, 2023

The game will first be made available in Michigan.

The fantasy sports operator, PrizePicks, has announced that it has expanded its line of products with a new game. 

PrizePicks, which calls itself the “largest skill-based daily fantasy sports operator and the fastest-growing sports company in North America,” has introduced a new free-to-play version of its fantasy game, allowing more people to take part. 

The new version of the game will first be rolled out in Michigan, before it is later rolled out to more states across the US. 

VP of Innovation at PrizePicks, Brian Huss, commented on the launch of the game: "We're thrilled to launch our newest offering on PrizePicks, a fun free-to-play game. 

"This new free-to-play format is the first of new game types to come and opens the door for us to reach sports fans who may not already be familiar with PrizePicks." 

Within the game, players are each given 1,000 PrizePoints daily, which can be used to make fantasy picks throughout the day on the day’s sporting schedule and the top 100 scorers within a particular state will win a share of the prize for that day. 

The website lists a wide array of sports that are offered on the PrizePicks game, including NFL, which is labelled as the most popular sport on its platform, NBA, NHL, Formula 1, the English Premier League, among many others. 

Back in July, PrizePicks received a temporary license to operate its daily fantasy sports business in Indiana and in June, signed a partnership with The Big3, which is a 3-on-3 pro basketball league founded by Ice Cube. 


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