FCL success is considered as an “Art of Champion”. In here, the skills of the individuals participating in the online fantasy sports play a dominant role rather than their mere luck. The user’s game expertise, team knowledge, in-game analysis, accurate match prediction and the hunger for winning big; is what defines the Ultimate Champion and a trademark of success in FCL.
Online fantasy sports gaming is considered to be a legal practice around the world with certain states being an exception. Online fantasy gaming is entirely based on the concept of your observational skills and thorough predictions, wherein the users form their optimum teams and are allocated points based on the on-field performance of their chosen players which determines their ranking in the league competition.
Fantasy Champions League is completely legal in all regards of their offered services, features, programs, prizes, relating to various fantasy sports leagues. FCL aims to bring out the sporting prowess in our user’s minds and reward them with alluring cash prizes.
ALIGNMENT WITH THE INDIAN LAWS
Online fantasy sports gaming is considered to be a “game of skill” and is legal all over India. The Public Gambling Act, 1867 (“PGA, 1867”) is recognized as the primary legality driving the prevalence of gambling in India.
The PGA defines the act of “public gambling” and the keeping of a common gaming house as a criminal and punishable act in India. However, the online fantasy sports gaming is considered to be an exception under the PGA, wherein the provisions and punishments of PGA shall not be applicable to games played by the user using their skills and knowledge as primary tools.
SIKKIM, ASSAM, ODISHA, TELANGANA, ANDHRA PRADESH AND NAGALAND
These are the states in India wherein the laws related to the online fantasy gaming and the pay-to-play contests are unclear. In this regard, for the websites offering online fantasy sports gaming, it remains unclear whether to offer the services for free or not.
In this context, FCL does not permit the users identified as the residents of Sikkim, Odisha, Telangana, Assam, Andhra Pradesh, and Nagaland to participate in the pay-to-play contests organized by FCL.