Fantasy Competition Overview
Ambition's Fantasy is similar to "Fantasy Football" a widely popular format (75M players) within the United States. Fantasy is perfect for driving collaborative, long-term behavior.
Fantasy allows your organization to draft into teams and compete over a "season" comprised of weekly head-to-head matchups.
At the end of the "regular season" the top four teams (determined by regular season wins + tie-breakers) will compete in a two week "Playoff" bracket, while the rest of the competitors participate in a consolation group.
Competitors are recognized for:
- 1st, 2nd, 3rd: Determined by playoff bracket.
- Best of the Rest: Winner of the consolation bracket.
- Season MVP: Best individual contributor across entirety of competition.
Fantasy Competition Walkthrough
Fantasy requires at least 4 competitors.
Select a single or multiple Metrics for your competition. For your metrics, you can either use the value or assign points to determine each competitor's weekly score.
- Each Email = 1 Point
- Each Call = 2 Points
- Each Appointment Set = 10 Points
Best Practice: It's important to choose a Metrics that are updated frequently enough to drive team behavior. We recommend that you select Metrics that are updated in Ambition at least hourly, with real-time Metrics being preferred.
We recommend our multi-metric, normalized aggregate Activity Score. Using the Activity Score allows you to compete across cross functional roles (e.g. AEs & BDRs) or unbalanced teams.
If you wish to compete on Objective Score you can only do so if your Organization's Objective Score time frame is set to Weekly.
The Regular Season consists of weekly head-to-head competitions. During setup, you select the duration of the competition by choosing how many weeks of Regular Season play to run. Keep in mind that every Fantasy competition is capped with 2 weeks of Playoffs.
The Regular Season Schedule is created by Ambition. No need for you to create a bracket!
Example: Assume we have 6 teams; Team A, Team B, Team C, Team D, Team E, Team F
Team A vs Team B
Team C vs Team D
Team E vs Team F
Team A vs Team F
Team B vs Team E
Team C vs Team D
... through Week 10
The top 4 teams (determined by regular season wins + tie-breakers) will compete in a two week bracket.
Playoff Week 1:
Game 1: Seed 1 vs Seed 4
Game 2: Seed 2 vs Seed 3
Playoff Week 2 (Championship):
Winner of Game 1 vs Winner of Game 2
Loser of Game 1 vs Loser of Game 2
The remaining teams will compete in a combined two week competition with the winner crowned "Best of the Rest".
Ready to play? Read up on How do I create a Fantasy Competition?
Still have questions? Check out the Frequently Asked Questions about Fantasy Competitions.