announcement #01

Anticipated and Postponed Games

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The following announcement is destined to clarify the implications of the antecipated and postponed games in the competitions on the RealFevr platform. The Porto-Marítimo match, part of Gameweek 15 of the Portuguese League and Real Madrid – Valencia, part of Gameweek 16 of the Spanish League/La Liga de los Ases.

With this change, these matches will not be accounted for Fantasy purposes and the scores of the Gameweek they relate to. Given this, and to allow the needed adjustements in your teams, we’ll be giving two (2) additional free transfers for Gameweek 15 of the Portuguese League and for Gameweek 16 of the Spanish League

Until the end of the 2016/17 season, every game that is either anticipated or postponed will be treated this way, always with the necessary added free transfers to ease the absence of players from that match in your Fantasy teams.

These additional transfers will always take into consideration the maximum free transfers a manager can accumulate and will be adjusted for the respective gameweek. For instance, if you have 4 transfers “leftoever” from previous weeks, in this gameweek, exceptionally, you can make 6 transfers. If you don’t use it this gameweek, these will not acumulate for next week.

We know this isn’t he perfect solution. We decided to make this decision based on feedback we’ve got from our community and to provide our users the best possible experience. We are making efforts to change this reality in the 2017/2018 season, with players having double scores in the gameweeks where, chronologically, the affected match is inserted.

We also take this chance to renew the commitment we have with our community, to whom we thank the constant feedback, so that we can, together, make RealFevr the best fantasy leagues platform ever!

Thank you,

The RealFevr Team

Now that you know what’s going to happen in the next gameweek, go to RealFevr and pick your team:


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