Seemingly coming out of nowhere, the California-based Monkey Knife Fight is a daily fantasy sports website that is backed by investors with some deep pockets. While it may not have the clout or brand name recognition of a FanDuel or DraftKings, Monkey Knife Fight has created their own unique and innovative DFS platform. With minimal commitment and based around choosing prop bets, Monkey Knife Fight is available to a large chunk of the United States.
Monkey Knife Fight is available to prospective players in the following states: AK, AR, CA, CO, CT, DC, FL, IL, KS, KY, MA, MD, MI, MN, NE, NH, NM, NC, ND, OH, OK, OR, RI, SC, SD, TX, UT, VT, WV, WI, WY.
Players must be 18 years of age or older to join and play.
While there are not any specific mobile apps, Monkey Knife Fight does offer a desktop and a mobile browser option for players.
When you first land on the site, you’re greeted by plenty of hysterical graphics, including New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick in a tiara, the Eiffel Tower, a Goodyear blimp, and a pirate-looking Monkey—the sites “mascot”.
By clicking on the “New Game” button at the top of the screen after you sign up, players can choose from the sports that are available that day to start placing wagers.
Additionally, the site also offers articles that could provide statistical analysis to help you place your wagers. The customer support offered consists of a live chat, but they’re also very responsive on social media (Twitter, Instagram, Facebook).
Monkey Knife Fight offers prop bets that are in the form of parlays. For example, in the MLB section, you can choose over/under which will have two players from a game you choose that could include strikeouts for a pitcher or total bases for a position player. There are different prop parlays for each sport and game, with a large range of possible outcomes and payouts.
There are no lineups to create or a salary cap to manage. This is solely a prop parlay based system that can be done in seconds.
Additionally, there are fantasy sports based games, like the Fantasy Challenge.
Here, you pick three players who you think will have the most fantasy points. Then, you choose a goal in which you want to reach. These vary in amounts, with the potential payout being higher with the more risk you take on. For example, your goal could be 13 and you’d get “x” amount of payout, or it could be 22 and it would be that much higher. Whatever you choose, just hope for the players you selected to reach or exceed that number, otherwise you will lose.
There is also a Rapid Fire game which deals with fantasy points. You will have three sets of 2 players, going head-to-head. A player will have an added bonus, functioning as a spread in traditional betting. Here, if you get two out of the three sets right, you will still win.
The fantasy points are determined by the site and they have a list of all of them, depending on the sport. In general, they look to be right on par with traditional fantasy sports sites that you may be used to playing on for season-long formats.
There are plenty of sport-specific games as well.
Monkey Knife Fight allows for deposits from debit/credit cards. For withdrawals, players can choose from a physical check or an e-check. E-checks will be sent directly to your email and process much quicker.
New players who sign up and deposit will receive a bonus.
Players will receive a 100 percent match of their deposit up to $50. The bonus comes in the form of a free bet and the minimum deposit requirement for this is $10.
It is important to note that if the bonus money you receive, up to $50, is not used within one month of receiving it, it will expire and will not be able to be used by the player.
Doesn’t hearing the name alone “Monkey Knife Fight” just make you want to check the site out? A popular phrase coined by The Simpson’s own Homer Simpson, Monkey Knife Fight has done an excellent job in being innovative in different while also maintaining simplicity. For FanDuel and DraftKings, you need to worry about making a full lineup, managing a salary cap and trying to project points and ownership percentages to try to outdo the competition, but Monkey Knife Fight goes solely against the house. It is remarkably easy to place bets and this allows for a much more comfortable and easy experience if you want a little extra stake watching your favorite team while trying to win a few extra dollars.
We strongly recommend checking out Monkey Knife Fight if you want to get away from the usual lineup building DFS platforms.
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