The Different League Types in Fantasy Football The fantasy football is defined as a type of game in which the participants who serves as the general managers of a virtual professional gridiron football teams, are making use of their skills. The owners or participants are allowed to practice their skills as a fantasy owner of a football team in fantasy football, and that basically occurs after they join a league, draft and scout football players, compete with other owners or participants of football teams, and make use of their skills to win against other participants. The players in a real football league are all available during the draft, and their points are mostly based on the actual or the real performance of their selected football players in the real-life football competition, such as Canadian football league, college football and national football league. The two main type of fantasy football are called as the traditional type and the daily type. The fantasy football that is traditional in type is being managed and handled by participant who are amateurs, and their game may run for many seasons if it is a keeper league or may also run for an entire season. The daily type of fantasy football is considered as an accelerated version of the game, for it is mostly managed and handled by commercial companies in the internet that may charge a fee or percentage of each betting pool, and such type if usually being conducted over a short period of time, like a single week or a single day. The different types of fantasy football leagues are the keeper style league, the auction leagues, the pirate leagues, the empire leagues, the superflex leagues, the IDP or individual defensive player league, the daily fantasy sports, the dynasty leagues, the two quarterback leagues, the head-to-head leagues, the total points league, the all play league, and the salary cap league. The lineup of players during the starting game include two wide receivers or WR, one tight end or TE, one placekicker or K, one team defense and special teams or D and ST, six bench or BN; one flex running back, wide receiver, or tight end; two running backs or RB, and one quarterback or QB. Being an owner of a fantasy football team typically begins by joining a league, then preparing their league draft by building their team through it and scouting the players, the team will them compete against other owners in a weekly basis, and if their team are able to join the playoffs, they will make their own moves by improving their team through the use of their skills and hopefully, become a champion.