DALLAS (WBAP/KLIF) — People around the world are competing for cash and prizes by playing Fantasy SCOTUS.
In 2009, South Texas College Law Professor Josh Blackman came up with the competition.
It works like this: League members compete by accurately picking the outcome of a case, and even how a justice will vote on the issue.
Blackman says people from across the globe play, and that some are pretty good.” Some of our best players get maybe 85% of the cases right,” Blackman says. “We have some players who have a really good knack for how the justices will vote in a given case.”
It’s free to sign up. US players compete for a share of more than $10,000 in cash and prizes. International players can still compete, but are ineligible for prizes.
Sign up to play Fantasy SCOTUS here.
Robyn Geske, KLIF/WBAP, Copyright © 2017