There are no contests available at this time.
Please check back soon for a list of current contests.
Points are scored by making correct choices, and the player(s) with the most points win.
Players can apply power ups to try and boost their total score, but there is a risk of penalty in the event the fighter fails to achieve the power up.
Each player picks a total of five (5) fighters from the event lineup and decides how & when each fight will end.
Points are awarded based on performance, and winning players receive cash prizes!
Apply up to three (3) power ups per contest which can help you score bonus points if the chosen fighter performs accordingly.
On the flip side, if the chosen fighter fails to achieve the desired result, a penalty will result.
Yes! Daily fantasy sports (DFS) are completely legal for residents of 41 US states, and anyone is allowed to participate in our free entry contests.
Residents of the following states are not eligible to participate in paid entry contests:
Alabama, Arizona, Hawaii, Idaho, Iowa, Louisiana, Montana, Nevada, and Washington
Choose five (5) fighters and decide how & when they will win to score points.
*Up to three (3) powers ups can be applied per contest to score bonus points.
There are three different contest formats available with varying levels of risk.
Top 20% of highest scoring players win a prize.
The top scorer takes home 100% of the prize pool.
Top 50% of highest scoring players win a prize.
BSMMA offers daily fantasy (DFS) contests to players in Canada and the United States* with the exception of these states:
*Resrictions only apply to paid contests.
All are welcome to compete in FREE contests!
The further away from 100 indicates the strength of that position.
Fighter scores at least one knockdown via striking
Fighter completes at least three takedowns
Fighter secures victory in 60 seconds or less
Fighter secures victory in the first round
Fighter finishes opponent via pure KO
Opponent fails to land a single strike
Fighter completes at least three ground transitions
Fighter defends at least three takedown attempts