If a NFL a game is canceled, postponed, or rescheduled to a time outside of the original Event Set, the game will be disabled from the Event Set and all pertinent players will not be eligible to accrue points.
Fanball's scoring period for NFL is defined as the timeframe between the scheduled start of the first game within the Event Set and at the point prizes are awarded for said Event Set.
Fanball may choose to adjust the Scoring Period for an Event Set at our sole discretion to accommodate schedule changes at any time before 12:00am ET on the date the Event Set is scheduled to start and/or if the adjustment would move the Game Set start time by 15 minutes or less.
Any games that are disabled will be indicated on all screens players and the scheduled start time of their respective game. Emails and other notifications may also be used to notify users of disabled games.
If canceled or rescheduled games result in an Event Set including only one active game (and this is known before the contest start time) then all contests in that Event Set will be canceled and refunded.
On the other hand, if an Event Set includes only one active game (but this was not known until after the contest start time) then contests for that Event Set will not be canceled.
Games are "officially" canceled or postponed once their status is updated as such by Fanball's NFL stats-provider, Sportradar.
For instance, if an Event Set includes two games at 7 pm ET and 9:30pm ET respectively, and the 10:30pm ET game is officially postponed at 6pm ET then all contests for that Game Set are canceled and refunded. If the 10:30pm ET game was not officially postponed until after 8pm ET then contests for that Game Set are not canceled and are played out using only the one active game.
If canceled or rescheduled games result in an Event Set having zero active games, all contests for that Event Set will be canceled and refunded.