Official Fantasy Rodeo Game of the PRCA & the WNFR

How To Play the 2013 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo Fantasy Game

Objective:

Recruit a fantasy team that will win the most money.

How to Recruit:

Spend your Fantasy recruiting dollars on purchasing your Team. Salary cap at $550,000 You must purchase one and only one Wrangler National Finals Rodeo contestant from each event (team roping is broken into two events by picking a header and a heeler).

How to Win:

Earn the most Fantasy Team dollars for the entire Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada. Fantasy Team Dollars is the sum of the real dollars earned by your chosen Wrangler National Finals Rodeo contestants.

Registration Fee:

$89.95 per team.

Payout over ten days will be $160,000 in cash and prizes

Pro Fantasy Rodeo guarantees a payout of at least $160,000 in cash and prizes over the ten days of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo Fantasy Game. We will not prorate the prize money even if we do not receive the minimum number of entries. Pro Fantasy Rodeo will pay 6 places in the Go-Rounds and 8 places in the Average. The PFR average is based on each team's total winnings, including the team member's average and go round winnings.

Go-Rounds
10 go-rounds
  Average
1 $2,000   2013 Ram Truck
2 $1,500   $10,000
3 $1,000   $7,500
4 $750   $5,000
5 $500   $2,000
6 $250   $1,500
      $1,000
      $500

Recruit Your Team

You will have $550,000 to spend on your team members. You will be able to purchase one contestant from each event for your Team.

  • Bareback
  • Steer Wrestling
  • Team Roping (Header)
  • Team Roping (Heeler)
  • Saddle Bronc
  • Tie-down Roping
  • Barrel Racing
  • Bull Riding

* team roping is broken in to seperate events by picking a header and heeler
** Your picks in the team roping does not constitute picking a header and heeler that ropes together.

Contestant Salary

Contestants salary in each event is based on the 2013 PRCA World Standings as of the end of the 2013 rodeo season.

  • 1st - $150,000
  • 2nd - $140,000
  • 3rd - $130,000
  • 4th - $120,000
  • 5th - $110,000
  • 6th - $100,000
  • 7th - $90,000
  • 8th - $80,000
  • 9th - $70,000
  • 10th - $60,000
  • 11th - $50,000
  • 12th - $40,000
  • 13th - $30,000
  • 14th - $20,000
  • 15th - $10,000

Top Money Winner Picks

As a tie-breaker, you pick who is going win the most money in each event, which is then used as a secondary team.

Estimated Team Winnings

You predict how much your team will win overall.

Tie-Breakers

  • First Level - Tracking your Champion picks earnings as a second team.
  • Second Level - The smallest difference between player's predicted total team dollars and actual total team dollars.
  • Third Level - Earliest entry received based on time and date of entry.
  • Fourth Level - Mathematical equation based upon performances and predictions.

$89.95 to Play

Buy more than one team!

Contestant Change/Injury Rules

All attempts are made to have correct rodeo participants in place prior to contest start, however should a rodeo participant be replaced prior to the start of the competition, you will keep the position (not the rodeo participant) that you initially picked.

After the rodeo event has begun, if a rodeo participant is injured during the event, does not participate, is disqualified, or cannot continue in the event or any part of it for any reason whatsoever, Contestants will not be allowed to choose a replacement rodeo participant and so no Contestant will be able to receive any points in this Contest as the now non-participating rodeo participant will receive no winnings.

Notes about the Contest

Players can increase their odds by purchasing more than one team.

Entries close when the 1st performance of the WNFR starts

The recruiting dollars used to purchase your team members are separate from your team dollars.

All attempts are made to have correct rodeo participants in place prior to contest start, however should a rodeo participant be replaced prior to the start of the competition, you will keep the position (not the rodeo participant) that you initially picked.

After the rodeo event has begun, if a rodeo participant is injured during the event, does not participate, is disqualified, or cannot continue in the event or any part of it for any reason whatsoever, Contestants will not be allowed to choose a replacement rodeo participant and so no Contestant will be able to receive any points in this Contest as the now non-participating rodeo participant will receive no winnings.