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Introducing FanDuel, SB Nation's Daily Fantasy Partner

Do you play daily fantasy sports? This article is for you.

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If you're into fantasy baseball and want to check out the daily version of the game, SB Nation and FanDuel have been connected the past two seasons and they're returning again in 2016.

Here's how it works. You simply set a lineup for that day's games. You don't have to have something set every day; you can play as often as you want, a time-saver compared to other fantasy baseball games that are out there. Once you set your lineup, you compete with everyone else's lineups that day. If your lineup performs the best, you win.

Here's a list of the rules, which includes a list of states where you aren't permitted to play daily fantasy games for money. You can play for money if you like (where legal), but FanDuel also offers games you can play for free.

Here's a short video from FanDuel explaining how everything works.

Important note: FanDuel is paying me to write this up. In any case, if you're into fantasy sports, you might want to try it out, and you might even win some money. FanDuel says that if you don't win money in your first league, you get your entry fee refunded. Check out all the details at this link if you are interested in playing. I'll be posting a reminder and the link once per series throughout the 2016 season.