The Royal Gazette Fantasy League is back for a seventh year, this time bigger and better with prizes valued at almost $6,000.
If you love football and also the English Premier League, then you're going to want to use that knowledge to create your own fantasy team as part of the RG Fantasy League, sponsored by One Communications.
Entry is free but contestants must be full-time residents to be eligible for the ten monthly prizes valued at $200 each and prizes totalling $3,750 going to the top four finishers.
Just create your own fantasy team for a chance to win big prizes at the end of the season:
1st place: $2,000 value
2nd place: $1,000 value
3rd place: $500 value
4th place: $250 value
Monthly winners: $200 value
To register your team in the RG Fantasy League, CLICK HERE follow the instructions when prompted and the code for the RG Fantasy League will be sent to you.
Pick your team by 7am on September 12 to be eligible for the opening gameweek and have the greatest chances to win.
If you miss the boat, fret not. You can enter the league at any time during the season and be eligible for any of our fabulous prizes.
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