Voting For Proposed Rule Changes Begins 4/2

By Commissioner in Announcements | 03/22/2018

Towards the end of every Fantasy Blizzard season now, we ask users to send us any changes to the game they'd like to see. Over the past few weeks, we have received quite a few ideas. Most of these ideas have been fantastic and of course, a few maybe not so practical at this time. A couple of these proposed changes I am really excited about, to be honest.

Fantasy Blizzard veteran Cory O'lis gingerly responds to proposed rule changes that were on the ballot for this past season.
Fantasy Blizzard veteran Cory O'lis gingerly responds to proposed rule changes that were on the ballot for this past year. "The idea of locking-in picks is something I like. It might change my scoring to the right direction in time", he said.

We are currently in the process of putting together a page that everyone currently with a registered account will be able to view and decide whether or not they like the idea. The proposals are general ideas and most lack specific details on how they will be implemented, exactly what will change, how they might effect scores, etc. Those finer details will be ironed out later if players like the general idea.

This proposal page will be available throughout the month of April and players will have the ability to submit their responses as many times as they'd like. After the response period comes to an end on May 1st, we'll review the responses and see what was liked and what wasn't liked. As noted above, if the idea is approved by the field, we'll then work on the specific details of each and have those drafted probably a week or two later.

If you have an idea and haven't yet send it to us, it's not too late! The easiest way to send it our way is to use the Contact Us page.