Feb 07, 2013
The 2013 FFPC Main Event will be held at a Las Vegas strip venue. We will release the venue information along with some other new and exciting FFPC-related news in the next few weeks. Today, we are announcing a major increase in our awards!
Nov 16, 2012
Often a fantasy player says, "Wish I had played with you guys since the beginning" Well, fantasy players, this is your opportunity to join the Fantasy Baseball Players Championship from its inception and help us build another incredible community!
Mar 19, 2012
The Fantasy Football Players Championship couldn’t be more excited to announce that the “Godfather” of high stakes fantasy football, Lenny Pappano, has joined the FFPC family.
Apr 26, 2011
Huge announcement today in the High Stakes Fantasy Football industry. The FFPC is the most trusted HSFF contest. With their prize pool in Escrow, there is not a safer place to play.
Feb 12, 2011
What do you play fantasy football for? A couple hundred bucks? A rickety old trophy? Pride? How about $100,000? That’s what owners in the Fantasy Football Players Championship play for.
Jun 22, 2010
The Varsity Tournament is based on 36 teams. Grand Prize stands at $20,000 and the overall prize payout is 90%. Entry fee is $3000 per team. Lunch and refreshments will be served to all participants during the draft free of charge.
May 24, 2010
Footballguys.com and The Fantasy Football Players Championship (www.myFFPC.com ) have combined forces to form the Footballguys Players Championship, an online fantasy football tournament with a $50,000 grand prize and a $350 entry fee.
Feb 06, 2010
The Fantasy Football Players Championship 2009 fantasy season has come to an end. And what a season it was! The FFPC has crowned Don Metter, of Chicago, its 2nd Players Champion. His reward, $75,000.00
Jan 06, 2010
It was exciting year for the participants of Fantasy Football Players Championship (www.myffpc.com). Along with already receiving their award checks for events, participants will be pleased to hear that the FFPC is making the following improvements.
Nov 10, 2009
In the past, all high stakes contests, (including the FFPC) were adamant about paying prize money to the primary owners only, without exception. Not any more.