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Full Pull Picks App: The First Sports Gaming Platform for Tractor Pulling

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It has come to our attention that Full Pull Entertainment has released its first Full Pull app. Tractor pulling fans already have an opportunity to view schedules, see real-time results, and even enjoy a free-to-play competition.

What makes things even more exciting is the fact that they are gearing up to expand to a Full Pull Picks app, which will present users with real money wagering opportunities for this peculiar sport.

Full Pull Picks App Review

The Full Pull Picks app is already up and running and can be downloaded from both the App Store and Google Play Store. This means that it is available to both Android and iOS users alike.

At the moment, people can use it to get closer to the world of truck pulling. But with time, hopefully by the end of the year, we can expect the betting features to be added.

Tractor Pulling Picks

If you are new to tractor pulling, you are missing out on a great deal of fun. This is a type of motorsport, but completely different from F1 or NASCAR, for instance. Instead of measuring speed and time, the tractor that pulls the most and furthest wins.

The sport is more developed than you may think. Governing bodies like the National Tractor Pullers Association, Inc., the Outlaw Truck & Tractor Pulling Association, and the Pro Pulling League are already there to govern the sport.

While you still cannot make Tractor Pulling picks and bet on the sport, with the help of this app we are going to be able to do exactly that really soon. The concept is not going to be any different compared to other types of racing sports. You simply bet on the tractor which pulls the furthers. But we can expect additional or some kind of prompt bets to be added soon.

Peer-to-Peer Payouts System

Betting on the world’s heaviest motorsport will most likely go via a peer-to-peer system. And with 32 seasons organized by the major truck pulling organizations, there is a lot to bet on by the end of the year.

The classes that tractors come in include Super Stock Diesel, Super Semi, Four-Wheel Drive, Mini Rod, Modified, and others. And you will be able to bet on tractors called Bone Twister, Diggin’ Hard, The Intimidator, and other pro-wrestling knockoffs.

Where Is Full Pull Picks Live?

You will be happy to note that the app is already live in 15 states, including:

  • Alaska
  • California
  • Georgia
  • Minnesota
  • Nebraska
  • New Mexico
  • North Dakota
  • North Carolina
  • Rhode Island
  • Oregon
  • Oklahoma
  • South Dakota
  • Texas
  • Utah
  • Wisconsin

Most of the listed states are from the Midwest, but some don’t really allow sports betting. Utah and Alaska are notorious for not legalizing sports betting until now. But we will see what happens once Tractor-Pulling contest betting becomes available.

Full Pull Live

With the Full Pull summer season hosting a 16-week schedule that involves 32 races, there is a lot that fans of the sport can enjoy. With the app, they have access to live streams by acquiring a $39.99 subscription which offers them unlimited viewing of all events during the season.

You also have the option of paying for individual seasons, priced at $25 per race. Allowing you to watch only those events that are most interesting to you.

Full Pull Live is also available on streaming services like Roku and Fire TV. So, you can opt to purchase seasons in whichever way you deem fit.

Tractor Pulling Glossary

If you are a tractor pulling novice, you should begin by getting yourself acquainted with these terms.

  • Pull Off – A second pulling contest where pullers need to go past the full pull mark.
  • Sled – A weight transfer machine.
  • Weight Transfer – A system that makes the sleds progressively heavier while being pulled down the track.
  • Hook – The point where the tractor is attached to the drawbar.
  • RPM (Revolutions Per Minute) – A measurement of an engine’s power.
  • Super Stock – Multiple superchargers, including a few limitations.
  • Modified Tractor – A type of tractor using any type of combination of engines.
  • Wheelie Bars – Parts of the tractor that prevent it from tipping over.
  • Blower – Supercharger.

Major Tractor Pulling Events

With 32 seasons in front of us, you can easily pick one Tractor Pulling contest to either watch or eventually bet on. As far as July goes, upcoming events involve the Full Throttle Shootout in Lancaster, the Dorr Summer Sizzler in Dorr, the Cass County Fair Pull held in Logansport, the Eaton County Fair Pull in Charlotte, and many more.

The rest of the year includes various other types of events, which you will all be able to discover with the help of the Full Pull app. If everything goes according to plan, we will soon be able to bet on all of those events as well.