Collusive Transactions: When one team makes moves to benefit another team without trying to improve its own position.
- An example of collusive transactions is one-sided trades or dropping a player so another team can pick up that player.
- Teams found in violation of this policy will be canceled and their team managers prohibited from participating in future ESPN Fantasy Games.
- Standard league members are expected to veto/protest all unfair/collusive trades. Four votes are required in a Standard league for a trade to be denied.
- In League Manager leagues, a different veto system may be in place to veto all trades. For more information on vetoing trades, click here.