$100,000+ up for grabs every day. Progressive jackpots and six-figure championship events. The fastest withdrawals of any daily fantasy site. Boom was named the ‘BEST FANTASY SPORTS APP OF 2017 and 2018’ in the annual eGaming Awards.
Boom Fantasy is the world’s No. 1 pick'em and jackpot fantasy sports destination. While other daily fantasy sports sites cater to the sharks, Boom Fantasy gives real sport fans the opportunity to win huge cash prizes.
On Boom, you make star-filled rosters (e.g. Who will score more touchdowns – Tom Brady or Aaron Rodgers?) and you get rewarded for the risks you take. Play today in free and paid contests on everything from football to basketball to baseball to tennis to soccer. Boom has contests for all NFL, NBA, MLB, PGA, NHL, MMA, MLS, and EPL games -- and even contests on competitive eating and eSports!
Boom Fantasy was named the ‘Best Fantasy Sports App of 2017 and 2018’ by the EGR North America Awards. The company was founded in Silicon Valley by Stanford graduates, and is one of the most well-funded companies in the fantasy sports industry.
New jackpot contests for NFL and NBA!
Ratings and Reviews
Let me tell you about my experience with Boom Fantasy. While not the biggest fantasy sports player, I do love sports betting and prop betting. Boom is fun because it combines DFS elements with prop betting. Actually, if you know a little bit about how to look up props, some aspects of Boom can be very profitable for you. Contests are simple, and don’t involve the meta game of lineup construction that makes other DFS options maddening. Boom gives you a set of choices, and answering them all correctly can win you a huge jackpot. Not only do you avoid tilting over lineup decisions, you don’t have to worry about the Game Theory aspect of other people entering the same contests. Everyone is dealing with the same options en route to a jackpot payday. And although it can be tough, the entry fees are small that there’s a massive ROI with a jackpot hit. It seems like every other day someone wins the one dollar jackpot. The toughest part is certain questions ask you for an exact amount of yardage and that can be really tough. They also added a new game mode called streaks where it’s just one question at a time. Other than the game, there’s also a place where people can post and talk about their picks. Sometimes they post videos in there giving advice on contests. Some nights there are also live streams about contests and fantasy advice. Overall Boom is a different type of fantasy app that I really enjoy. If you like props and fantasy sports this app is perfect for you
Best dfs app!
I have been playing boom fantasy for about 6 months now. Boom is so awesome I don’t even have any other dfs apps downloaded on my phone anymore. Boom is the place to be if your brand new to dfs or if you have a lot of experience. Not only do their contests level the playing fields, but their costumer service is beyond a shadow of doubt the best their is. Boom goes above and beyond to make sure your experience is the best possible.
BEWARE! You cannot withdraw balance under $10.
Don’t bother with this app. When I signed up I was prompted to deposit money immediately, and was offered a deposit match that would be earned over time by playing in paid contests. I declined the deposit request, then was offered an additional incentive of a free $1 contest entry if I would reconsider and deposit immediately. At that point I decided to deposit $10. I was not automatically given the free $1 entry as promised, and had to contact customer support to ask for it. I have also played one paid $1 contest, but I do not see any evidence on my account that I have earned any of the promised deposit match. Since the game format they use does not appeal to me (it’s more like a lottery than it is a fantasy sports contest), I decided to withdraw my remaining $9 and delete my account. When I went to the withdrawal page, I saw a message that you need a minimum of $10 in your account to withdraw. I’m sure this condition was stated it the “terms and conditions” that I failed to read when I signed up, but it is still very disappointing to realize that I cannot get my money back. Since it is very unlikely that I will win any of their contests, I guess I’ll just have to play out my balance and chalk up this app as a $10 mistake.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.