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Spt = Sport. Op = Operator.
GPP = Guaranteed prize pool. Comps marked with the icon have a minimum floor amount of prizemoney regardless of the number of entries.
Payout = The structure of payouts for winners; refers to the ratio or number of winners of a prize, or how the prizes are structured.
League = The default format of daily fantasy competitions, with unlimited entries and no other restrictions.
Tiered = The default format of daily fantasy prizemoney, where prizes are allocated on a sliding scale to a subset of highly-ranked entrants.
50/50 = A DFS competition format where those who finish in or near the top half of the rankings win a prize.
H2H = Head-to-head, a DFS competition format where two players compete against each other.
WTA = Winner-take-all, a DFS prizemoney format where the top-ranked entrant wins all the prizemoney.
Multiplier = A DFS prizemoney format where prizes are multiples of the entry fee, where the multipler is three or more.
Margin = The profit percentage that the DFS operator makes on the entry fees, assuming it reaches the required size.
OL% = Overlay percentage, or the ratio of prizes compared to payouts - i.e., the ratio of losses that the operator is making compared to prizes it is giving out.
OL$ = Overlay in dollars, the amount of prizes minus the total dollar amount of entry fees, - i.e., the dollar loss that the operator is making.