Creating a duplicate account is in violation of FanDuel’s Terms, so you should not create a second account. Doing so could jeopardize your ability to play on FanDuel.
FanDuel has collaborated with lawmakers and regulators across the country to pass fantasy sports legislation that protects consumers and ensures fantasy sports providers are offering fair and fun contests. Included in those consumer protections is the requirement that users may only establish one account on a daily fantasy sports site. This regulation exists to protect our users and the integrity of our contests from those that seek to gain an unfair competitive advantage.
If FanDuel determines that you are operating multiple accounts, you will receive a message that your secondary account(s) has been disabled. You will then be prompted to log back into your primary account. If you have difficulty accessing your primary account, our Customer Support Team can assist you.
FanDuel will then investigate the activity on both accounts to determine whether the creation of a multiple account was an inadvertent mistake (such as forgetting your password) and did not result in an improper advantage. If we determine you made a good faith mistake, we allow you to retain your primary account and continue play. However, we do suspend the secondary account to ensure you only have one active account and refund your deposits to the extent you have funds remaining.
Users who create multiple accounts to gain an improper advantage are banned from future play on our site. In such cases, FanDuel revokes any winnings earned on these multiple accounts. FanDuel does not keep the revoked winnings; instead, they are re-distributed to other eligible users in affected contests or given away as prizes in freeroll contests.