Betting on tractors? Full Pull Entertainment announces upcoming legal gaming offering

February 14, 2024
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The company plans to launch the new product prior to the summer season.

Full Pull Entertainment has unveiled an update for its Full Pull mobile app, along with plans to launch a legal gaming product ahead of the Summer 2024 tractor pull season.

Truck and tractor pull fans will have access to schedules and real-time results features through the new app.

Full Pull Co-Founder Chase Richardson said, “Full Pull emerged to redefine the tractor pull experience, putting fans in the driver's seat of excitement and entertainment. Today marks a pivotal moment in the history of the sport, as we pave the way for a dynamic fusion of tradition and cutting-edge technology in the sport we know and love.

“In time for the summer 2024 season, fans will be able to win real money by choosing winners in each competition.” 

The truck and tractor pull tradition has been around for the past 75 years and over time has evolved to include a worldwide and multimillion-member fan base.

The Full Pull app is tailored to engage truck and tractor pull fans and offers free-to-play contests. Fans can get in on the action during the Championship Tractor Pull at the National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville, Kentucky.

The event will run from now until February 17. Players can compete during the contest for an opportunity to walk away with up to $1,000 in cash prizes. 

Full Pull covers several recognizable pulling leagues that include the National Tractor Pullers Association, Inc., Outlaw Truck & Tractor Pulling Association and Pro Pulling League.

National Tractor Pullers Association Executive Director Gregg Randall commented, “Full Pull's commitment to advancing the sport aligns with the values of tractor pulling enthusiasts. We look forward to seeing how this platform elevates the fan experience and propels tractor pulling into the future.

“This innovative approach not only enhances the excitement for current fans but also opens doors for new audiences to discover and appreciate the thrilling world of tractor pulling.” 

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