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  • Australia’s first fantasy sports platform
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  • Limited customer service options
  • No e-wallet depositing methods
  • Lack of personal information about who runs the site

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Moneyball Info

Introduction to Moneyball


is Australia’s first fantasy sports platform. Established in 2015, Moneyball’s vision was to revolutionise fantasy sport in Australia and they’re doing a good job of that.


Providing daily and weekly fantasy leagues,


has the goal to increase fan engagement and help grow participation in crowd attendance and membership.


An approved betting partner of the AFL and NRL,

is a legit fantasy sports site that should be a top choice for fantasy players.

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Moneyball website Design

Fantasy sports websites are often technologically advanced when it comes to website design. Moneyball has developed a user-friendly website that does load potential customers with too much information.

The landing page has an attractive image of sporting figures. Below that is a demonstration on how the fantasy sports platform works.

It’s set out very simply and doesn’t require a lot of reading. This is good from a website design point of view and it keeps the readers engaged.

The final section of the home page features the reasons why to join Moneyball.

Once you’re in the lobby, all the available leagues are displayed. It’s a long list of available leagues but players can pick and choose which sports they want to view.

The prize, entry fee, entries and what time it starts are displayed. It can look a bit daunting at first, but much like a sports bookmaker lobby, you’ll get the hang of it.

Along with the main lobby, you can also check out many other sections. Upcoming, live, history, friends, news and help are the subsections.

These provide user with plenty of additional information.

Fantasy League Options

Moneyball has 10 established sporting leagues. These include NRL, AFL, Cricket, Football, American Football, Baseball, Basketball, Golf and Horse Racing.

They have a good range of fantasy league options and the run daily contests for the likes of NBA, Big Bash, English Premier League and NFL.

All you need to do is find a contest, choose your fantasy team and get started. You get live up-to-date figures to see how well you’re doing and that all adds to the fantasy experience.

Not only is Moneyball Australia’s first fantasy sports platform, it’s also one of the best. Over $200,000 is won each week and competitions can start from as low as $2.

That’s much lower than other fantasy sites, which typically have a $5 minimum. Players can win thousands from such a small outlay and that’s why fantasy sports are becoming so popular.

The variety of contests is good and players can join leagues of two or thousands of players, it’s all up to you.

Players can also start their own fantasy contests and invite friends to play. That’s another good aspect of this platform.

The “Friends” section lets you refer a friend, send out contest invites and you get your own live chat. Having the ability to live chat with your friends on site is a big positive.

Live Fantasy Leagues

Players can find all the live fantasy leagues which have started. There is a dedicated section for live contests and you can see how well you’re doing.

You must sign up and sign in to see these leagues in action.

Moneyball customer service

There is nothing wrong with the customer service when you contact Moneyball. However, there are limited contact options and this is disappointing.

With no “Contact Us” section, finding where to contact the team can be difficult. There is an email where you can send questions or requests, but response times are never good compared to a live chat option.

Given that Moneyball lets players live chat to each other, we thought they would have had this option available for players with any queries.

There is a good FAQ section which answers many of the popular questions.

Moneyball News & Tips

Moneyball has a news section called Locker Room. It has all the latest information you need to know about player trades, news and injury reports.

It’s all key information for fantasy sport players and we’re impressed by it. There is no need to go off-site for this info as it’s all supplied by Moneyball.

It’s certainly one of the best parts of playing at Moneyball.

Moneyball payment methods

Punters can a deposit at Moneyball via the following methods:

  • VISA
  • MasterCard
  • Debit Card

Players have only two depositing options. Credit and debit cards are the only accepted method of payment.

Many players use this method to deposit, but it would have been nice to have e-wallet payment options.

Credit card users will be charged a processing fee. To avoid this, Moneyball suggest using a debit card.

Moneyball withdrawal options

You can withdraw money at any time and it will be immediately sent to your nominated bank account.

Anti-fraud checks are done speedily but all customers will have to get verified before making a withdrawal.

This is standard practice for all fantasy sites and it doesn’t take much time to get fully verified.

Daryl Curnow
About the Author: Daryl Curnow

After graduating from the University of Auckland (BA – English), Daryl was thrown into the world of sports and horse racing journalism.
Having worked as a racing journalist for two years, he decided to move into the online world of horse racing and sports writing. After years of honing his craft, Daryl became a professional punter in 2009 – with a focus on horse racing, NRL, AFL, NBA, Rugby, NFL, and US college sports. Daryl's tips have been featured on various websites around the world before joining the GoBet team. When he's not working, Daryl tries to avoid making bogeys on the golf course.