ST real fantasy is a game that puts ‘past great players’ into teams that play against each other on a daily or weekly basis.
The games that the play are ‘real’ games that have been played in the past such as the Chicago Bulls v LA Lakers from December 2007 or a game between Liverpool and West Ham from March 2002.
Everything that happened in the ‘real’ game is transferred to the ‘real fantasy’ game.
In the football game player 7 (the player that is listed as the 7th player on the goalserve list) had 0 goals, 2 shots, 0 assists, 0 off-sides, 0 fouls F, 2 fouls A, 39 passes, 4 crosses, 0 YC, 0 RC and a pass acc of 8.4 in the ‘real’ game.
So the ‘real fantasy’ player 7 (David Beckham) gets the ‘real’ players stats and the ST points and this is how ‘David Beckham’ price will go up or down.
This same method is used for the ‘real fantasy’ teams as well the same as it is now for ST teams, for which ever sport it is.

Superstar Bonus

Each ‘real fantasy’ player is given a ‘superstar’ bonus.
This bonus is worked out by a number of factors. MVP awards, championships won, points, goals or touchdown scored, home runs hit, averages etc.
This bonus will never change.

Units Bonus

Each ‘real fantasy’ player has a ‘units’ bonus that can change everyday.
This bonus is worked out by the number of units that a player has sold as a percentage and then divided by 2.
So if a player has sold 100% of their units, the ‘bonus’ will be 5 points. That is because 100% would be 10 points so divided by 2 = 5 points. If a player has sold 45%, the bonus would be 2.3 points (rounding up).

The starting line-up of players

The starting line-up for each game is determined by the players that have the highest price. So the starting line-up game to game could and probably will change each time.

Adding of new teams

When there are enough players to form 2 new teams then this will happen


There will be finals in all sports as per the following;
Series 1 (S1)
Best of 3
1 v 8 winner plays in S5 SF. Loser is out
Series 2 (S2)
Best of 3
2 v 7 winner plays in S6 SF. Loser is out
Series 3 (S3)
Best of 3
3 v 6 winner plays in G5 SF. Loser is out
Series 4 (S4)
Best of 3
4 v 5 winner plays in G6 SF. Loser is out
Series 5 (S5) Semi-finals
Best of 5
S1 winner v S3 winner. Winner plays in S7 finals. Loser is out
Series 6 (S6) Semi-finals
Best of 5
S2 winner v S4 winner. Winner plays in S7 finals. Loser is out
Series 7 (S7) Semi-finals
Best of 7
G7 winner v G8 winner.
Every person that has the winning team wins 10% of the price after the final per unit that they have. So the price after the final is $4.22, a person with 10,000 units will win …… $0.42 x 10,000 =$4,220.


The top 5 owners have a big say into what players are in the team.
At draft time the ‘owners’ ‘release’ 1 player that goes into the draft from their team. This is done 7 days before the draft. A ‘form’ is set up and sent to each of the top 10 owners and they ‘tick’ the player that they want to release. This is then sent to me and I ‘tally up’ the votes and release the player into the draft.
The owners that have the most units on ‘release day’ get the following votes;
Top owner
30 votes
2nd owner
25 votes
3rd owner
20 votes
4th owner
15 votes
5th owner
10 votes