Full Pull Rolls Out Tractor-Pull Wagering App

Posted on: June 20, 2024, 02:10h. 

Last updated on: June 20, 2024, 04:18h.

Bettors looking for something unique in the world of motorsports may have something to consider with the debut of Full Pull Entertainment’s tractor- and truck-pull betting application.

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A modified tractor at a pulling competition in Illinois. Full Pull Entertainment launched a mobile betting app for the sport. (Image: YouTube)

The debut of the Full Pull Picks app provides bettors access to a form of motorsports that coincides with the start of the Budweiser Dairyland Super Nationals on Thursday, one of the sport’s marquee events. That event runs through Saturday.

Full Pull Picks is built on a unique peer-to-peer, player adjusted payouts system, where all entries are placed together in a pool, and payouts are based on the collective entries of the participants, adding an extra layer of excitement to the events, and ensuring a fair and transparent gaming experience. As a special offer this weekend, Full Pull will provide up to $20 for all first-time deposit,” according to a statement issued by the Kentucky-based gaming company.

Some naysayers might be inclined to criticize the audience for tractor-pull betting and the competition’s highly specific regional appeal. NASCAR once endured such criticisms, but today the sport is popular on a national basis and increasingly so among bettors.

Full Pull Employing Interesting Approach with Tractor-Pull Wagering App

As noted above, Full Pull is using a peer-to-peer system that differs from traditional sports betting, which is largely rooted in sides and totals.

It’s similar to the type of wagering offered by some daily fantasy sports (DFS) providers that are not standard sportsbook operators. On that note, it remains to be seen if Full Pull will be faced with state-level legal challenges, and if it can withstand such litigation.

That’s relevant because of the states in which the app is available, seven do not permit any form of sports wagering while just five allow online sports betting.

“Full Pull Picks is available for motorsport fans in Alaska, California, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, and Wisconsin,” said the company in the press release.

Good Timing for Tractor-Pull Wagering App to Debut

The launch of Full Pull’s tractor- and truck-pull wagering app coincides with the company’s debut of a streaming service that is expected to make the sport more accessible to a broader swath of fans. That’s a credible tactic because other sportsbook operators have dabbled in streaming to try and bring more bettors into the fold.

The 16-week, 32-session schedule will be packed with exhilarating action and will include expert pull-by-pull commentary, exclusive behind-the-scenes content, and live analysis for the first time from all major pulling associations,” according to the statement.

The object of a pulling competition is to see which tractor or truck can pull a heavy sled the furthest distance. The sled is stationary at the start, so there is no momentum to be harnessed by the pulling vehicle.