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How to play Fantasy Cricket on Fantain

This is Fantain Sports.  The place where you get to play while the players are playing on the field. When they score, you do too. Fantain Sports is a company that provides you with all the action and excitement of the game. You get to pick your dream team on our app, along with the captain and vice captain. That puts you in charge. We provide you with all the data that helps you pick your team. This is a game of skill, not luck. The goodies that you win on our app is because of your hard work. Go on, give it a shot.

This is the first screen on the app. Please decide which sport you want to play and just click on the arrow.


When you select cricket, the next screen will take you to the list of games that are coming up. Select the game you wish to participate in. Click Enter.




Pick the players you choose to have in your fantasy lineup based on his salary, points, and selection percentage. Each number has its significance. You are given a total purse of Rs.100. The team that you pick should not cost you more than that. The points denote his performance in the series so far, and the selection percentage, his popularity. The higher that number, the more the number of people who want him on their fantasy app.



Click save and submit the same. You also have the option of clearing the lineup and creating a fresh one.


Follow the match on our app, see how the players in your lineup are doing. Once the match is over,click on completed and see your final score and rank.





Results are available immediately. Choose wisely and win exciting goodies on our app. 

Good luck! 














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