Eligibility

Last updated: Dec 21, 2023

Can I play PrizePicks where I live?

PrizePicks operates in the following U.S. states:

AK, AL, AR, AZ, CA, CO, DC, FL, GA, IL, IN, KS, KY, MA, MI, MN, NE, NM, NC, ND, NY, OK, OR, RI, SC, SD, TX, UT, VT, VA, WI, WY.

PrizePicks also operates in all Canadian provinces except Ontario. 

State and regional legislation currently restricts PrizePicks from operating outside the areas listed above. PrizePicks can not be accessed from federally designated tribal lands, even within states where PrizePicks is otherwise available. If you live in an area where PrizePicks does not operate, you will be unable to create an account.

But don’t give up hope! Legislation is constantly changing, and we expect to expand into more areas as time goes on. Keep an eye out for updates and announcements regarding regional restrictions and eligibility.

Do all states have the same rules?

No. Rules vary depending on state and region. Members physically located in:

Alabama: May only select “Combo” projection squares, which combine stats for two players into a single projection.

Arkansas, Massachusetts, New York, and Vermont: May not place entries on college sports. 

Illinois: May not place entries on college athletes that play within the state of Illinois.

Colorado: Must include a minimum of 4 selections in each entry. The stat type for each selection must be fantasy score or combined stats.

How old do I have to be to play PrizePicks?

New Members must be 19 or older to sign up and play PrizePicks. In Arizona and Massachusetts new Members must be 21 or older.

Can I create more than one account?

No, Members can only have one PrizePicks account. Creating or attempting to create a duplicate PrizePicks account is fraudulent and a breach of PrizePicks terms and conditions. 

If we discover that you have created more than one account, we reserve the right to suspend or cancel your account(s), terminate/withhold/void all prizes, and seize all funds in your accounts.

Can I share my account with someone else?

No. Allowing anyone else, even a family member or significant other, to use your account is a violation of PrizePicks terms of use. 

‍If you believe someone else is accessing your account, please contact us immediately. It is your responsibility to protect your log-in information and to contact us regarding unauthorized account usage. 

PrizePicks will not be responsible for any loss or damage resulting from a member's failure to notify us of unauthorized use. In the event that PrizePicks requests registration information from a member, the member is obligated to provide accurate and complete information and must update the information when it changes.

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