Weekly NFT newsletter for Reignmakers Football on the DraftKings Marketplace – 71Bait

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Did you miss any content during the week with week 3 in the books? This newsletter summarizes the key details for Reignmakers Football and the DraftKings Marketplace to keep you informed.

DraftKings and SupDucks are collaborating to launch the first-ever Profile Picture Project (PFP) on the platform. In addition to the PFP, there will be an exclusive benefit for holders. Owners of SupDucks have on 10.10. preferential access to the delivery and on 11.10. it is open to the public.

This brings the sick art of FrankyNines to the DK community with cool prizes and rewards. To learn more, visit the SlyCrocs Landing Page.

In case you missed it, check this out Twitter Sections from earlier this week about the announcement:

As promised at the start of the season, Deep Roster has arrived for Week 4. Now all the players you have hidden in your collection bring you even more prizes.

Deep Roster competitions add an additional $200,000 in prizes each week of the season. Also, this new DraftKings competition will be featured in each stage.

Here’s the full breakdown of positions players must fill in Deep Roster competitions:

  • 1 QB
  • 2RB
  • 2 WR
  • 1 TE
  • 1k
  • 1 DEF
  • 1 FLEX (Non-QB)

Kickers and defensive positions are not required to be used in Classic and Showdown formats, but they are part of the deep roster position requirements. The additional TE slot also differs in that the tight end position in the WR/TE roster spot could be used in Classic and Showdown formats.



The VeeFriends League continued to give out great prizes to all winners, but we’re now through to week 4 and there will only be a private competition for the players who placed in the top 1,000 over the first three weeks. If you won a seat to the Week 4 Main Contest, you can find the contest link in the article and prizes below.

Week 4 prices

  • 1: $5,000 + Exclusive GaryVee NYC Experience
  • 2nd – 3rd: Legendary+ prize pack
  • 4th – 13th: Elite+ prize package
  • 14th – 63rd: Rare + prize package
  • 64th – 1000th: Core+ price package
  • 1001st – 2000th: Momentum Core Promo Pack

The Steve Aoki All-Star League is back for Week 4. All holders’ snapshot was taken Tuesday September 27th at 11:59pm ET and these players will be airdropping the tickets to enter the competition. When Aoki releases an album, the exclusive prizes are tied to it in addition to top 100 cash prizes.

First place gets the biggest prize, but the top 50 also gets Aoki’s autographed CD and a ticket to the Aoki All-Star Championship Contest. If you place 51-100 don’t worry you still get the money and the ticket. Prizes for the top 101-200 will continue with RARE+ prize packs, and 201-1000 will receive a CORE+ prize pack. Basically 50% of the field wins something, which is pretty, pretty good.

What are the week 4 contest prizes?

1: $1,000

2nd: $500

3rd: $200

4th: $100

5th: $80

6th: $70

7th – 8th: $60

9th – 10th: $50

11th – 15th: $40

16th – 25th: $35

26th – 50th: $30

51st – 100th: $25

101st – 200th: Rare + prize package

201st – 1000th: Core+ price package

Get access to the Steve Aoki All-Star League Week 4 Contest here.


Week 3 x Web3 was a wild time for Reignmakers Football. Fourteen top projects were recognized as winner prizes including Bored Ape Yacht Club #8897, CryptoPunk #6584, Doodles #9215, DeadFellas #3204, SupDuck #9726 and Cool Cats #5337.

The Lucky Trader team helped by breaking down the history of each of these projects, and you can find some of the winners’ tweets below.

Interested in the results? You can click each NFT link below to see the winning lineups:


Week 3 was full of injuries but that didn’t stop the win. Zach Thompson has broken down the winning line-ups for the biggest competition in the country and the ELITE Fiat Frenzy, while also including winners’ breakdowns for Top Star Players, Week 3 x Web3 and the VeeFriends League.


With Week 3 on the books, the Lucky Trader team summarized Week 3 and analyzed the entire table for Week 4 of Reignmakers Football.

If you missed any of the news over the weekend or wanted to know how injuries impacted the market, read this great article by Jonathan Bales. He takes a look at market inefficiencies, injuries to De’Andre Swift, Trent Williams, Mac Jones and updates on JK Dobbins and Dak Prescott. Check it out below.

The team will be posting strategy content throughout the week to help you navigate Reignmakers Football.


Breakdown of the Reignmakers Core competition

How do Reignmakers Football Contest & Rarity Tiers work?

How Reignmaker’s Football Scoring works

Reignmakers Football 101: Rarities, Positions and Superstars


Nick Friar breaks down the six player cards in the DraftKings NFT Reignmakers Football Featured Star Player Contest Series. In his article, he not only provides information about the players’ performances so far this season, but also provides the links to all the competitions of the top star players.

The following player cards are up for grabs as prizes:

TNF: Debbo Samuel

Sunday classics: Breece Hall, James Conner and Diontae Johnson

SNSF: Cam Akers

MNF: Alvin Kamara


In Week 3, Peter Jennings joined Chris Costa to break down the full list. The video is linked above, but check out the Week 4 preview later this week on DraftKing’s YouTube.

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