Professional Bull Riders

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The 2014
Ultimate PBR
Fantasy Game

Pick riders. Pick bulls. Win great prizes.


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How To Play

Your fantasy roster will be made up of 5 riders (from 3 tiers) and 3 bulls, which you select for each event. The rider and bull scores are based on the official PBR scoring system.

The game will be broken down into two seasons:

  • Season 1: New York (Jan. 3 – 5) through Las Vegas (May 9 – 10). Through these 18 events, each player’s top 15 events will count.

  • Season 2: Tulsa (Aug. 15 – 16) through Biloxi (Oct. 3 – 5). Through these 7 events, each player’s top 6 events will count.

The Ultimate PBR Fantasy game is free to play. Sign up today and draft your team.

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PBR Event Scoring

THE BASICS:

A qualified ride is 8 seconds. The clock starts when the bull's shoulder or flank breaks the plane of the gate. It ends when the rider's hand comes out of the rope, the rider touches the ground, or the rider's free arm touches the bull (a "slap"). A successful ride will earn a score of 0-100 points. Scores of 90 points or above are considered outstanding.

THE METHOD:

Four judges rate each rider and each bull on a scale from 1-25. Those points are added together and divided in half to reach a rider score and a bull score of between 0-50. Those numbers are then combined to reach a final ride score between 0-100.

THE BULL:

The bull always receives a score, even if the rider is bucked off. His score is based on his degree of difficulty. Judges look for drop in the front end, kick in the back, spin, and direction changes (as contrasted with spin, this means changes to movement forward or backward, or left to right).

THE RIDER:

A rider only receives a score if he lasts the required 8 seconds. Judges look for control - the ability of the rider to successfully counter the moves of the bull. Spurring is not required, but tends to demonstrate control, and will add points to the rider's score.

RE-RIDE:

If the bull's performance is sub-par (negatively affecting the ride score) or if a foul occurs during the ride (the rider is rubbed against the chute, the bull stumbles, the flank strap detaches, etc.) judges can offer the rider a chance to take a re-ride. They will signal a re-ride opportunity by throwing a red flag into the arena.

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Game Updates

Fri. 09/19 11:12 AM ET15/15 Pick Em Game!

Friday's action from Laughlin also features a 15/15 Bucking Battle, marking the return of the 15/15 Bucking Battle Pick 'Em game!

Make your selections, here.


Thu. 09/18 10:45 AM ETSpringfield recap

Congrats Carol L., “cstsalden," and Jackie C., “jackiejclark38," for placing in the PFIWestern.com Invitational.

Carol, who scored 1,946.25 points, won the Springfield, Missouri, event. With the win, she will take home two pairs of Wrangler jeans.

Jackie, who scored 1,943.75 points, took second place in the Springfield event. She will be awarded a PBR Fan Club TOUGH membership.

The Springfield Dream Team included Fabiano Vieira (Tier A), L.J. Jenkins (Tier B), Cody Nance (Tier B), Chase Outlaw (Tier C) and Ryan Dirteater (Tier C), as well as Bruiser, David's Dream and American Hustle.


Fri. 09/12 10:36 AM ETNashville recap

Congrats Andrew J., “andrewwj1225," and David B., “D.Benson," for placing in the Jack Daniel’s Invitational.

Andrew, who scored 2,076.00 points, won the Nashville, Tennessee, event. With the win, he will take home two pairs of Wrangler jeans.

David, who scored 2,057.50 points, took second place in the Nashville event. He will be awarded a PBR Fan Club TOUGH membership.

The Nashville Dream Team included Silvano Alves (Tier A), Markus Mariluch (Tier B), Cody Nance (Tier B), Chase Outlaw (Tier C) and Brady Sims (Tier C), as well as Asteroid, Mick E Mouse and Bushwacker.


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