DraftKings UK signup form

How to sign up for a DFS account

So you’ve decided to start playing daily fantasy – great! You’ve chosen a site and now, you need to sign up for a daily fantasy sports account. But how? Here at DailyFantasyUK, we’ve provided a handy guide to help you sign up for some of the top DFS sites available here in the UK. Let’s get started!


DraftKings UK screenshot

A big beast in the US, DraftKings is a newcomer to the burgeoning UK DFS market, having launched in February 2016 (read our news article announcing this). Offering one of the widest selections of games around, it’s easy to see why players are attracted to DraftKings.

The site is well-known for its easy-to-navigate interface, and the sign-up process is no exception. Clicking on the PLAY NOW button on the homepage (or SIGN UP buttons on other pages) will take you to the registration page.

Then you’ll get to the point where you can start putting in your info. It’s pretty straightforward, as you might expect. After that, you’ll be prompted to make a deposit – in the UK, PayPal is currently the only deposit option, though you can use credit cards if depositing from the US or Canada. Then it’s time to start playing!

While we’ve focused on the sign-up process for the web version of the DraftKings daily fantasy sports account, it’s also possible to sign up for the site via one of their available apps. The site currently offers apps for iOS and Android smartphones (tough luck, Windows Phone enthusiasts).

Available in… Canada Canada
United-Kingdom United Kingdom
United-States United States
Deposit currencies Pound sterling (£)
US dollar ($)
Canadian dollar ($)All accounts shown in US dollars ($)
Deposit bonus 100%

For more information about the site, you can check out our review of DraftKings here!


Fanaments screenshot

It’s a similar story over at Malta-based site Fanaments. In case you missed it, there’s a nice big red PLAY FOR FREE button slap bang in the centre of the page. That takes you to a sign-up page where you’ll need to enter the usual details in order to get a daily fantasy sports account: an email address; password; username; full name; address; and date of birth. Then click on FINISH and, well, you’re finished!

Available in… United-Nations Worldwide
Deposit currencies Any (accounts shown in Euros)
Deposit bonus 200%


Mondogoal screenshot

It’s similarly easy to sign up on Manx provider Mondogoal, with a few standard details required. You’ll need to confirm that you don’t already have a Mondogoal account and accept the Ts&Cs. You’re then taken through to a secure page where you can enter your details.

Though the only sport on offer here at Mondogoal is football, there’s a wide range of leagues on offer. During sign-up, you’ll therefore be prompted to select your favourite. You can choose between the EPL, MLS, Serie A, Bundesliga, La Liga, Ligue 1, or something entirely different!

Available in… Brazil Brazil
Canada Canada
Ireland Ireland
United-Kingdom United Kingdom
United-States United States
Deposit currencies Pound sterling (£)
US dollar ($)
Deposit bonus 200%


PlayON screenshot

PlayON has possibly the simplest sign-up process of all. Just click the link in the top-right of your screen. Then, all you’ll need to register for an account is your name, email address, and password. Job done.

Available in… United-Nations Worldwide
Deposit currencies Any (accounts shown in Pound sterling)
Deposit bonus No automatic bonus, though bonuses possible via promo codes


FanFeud sign-up page screenshot

Most sites covered here only feature one registration option. Not so FanFeud. Here, you can either register with your email account, or opt for a social sign up via your Google+, Facebook or Twitter account. If you’re signing up by email, you’ll need a few key details to hand. But no matter which option you choose, you’ll be up and running within minutes!

Available in… Ireland Ireland
United-Kingdom United Kingdom
Deposit currencies Any (accounts shown in Pound sterling)
Deposit bonus None

This post might have gone into a lot of detail, but the simple truth is that it’s so easy to create an account on any of these sites.  Just to recap, here’s a list of everything you might need handy during sign-up:

  • Full name
  • Username
  • Email address
  • Password
  • Address
  • Date of birth

On that note, it’s also important to remember, of course, that if you’re not old enough to play DFS (at least 18 years old in the UK, higher in other locations), don’t create a daily fantasy sports account. It’s that simple.

Hopefully, this guide has ironed out any difficulties you may have experienced in creating a daily fantasy sports account. Now, let the games begin!

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