How to Win
The objective of the game is to earn more points than your opponent(s). Points are earned, based on the outcome of the athletes bout that you’ve chosen. Factors include fight odds, method of victory, round finish, and weight class.
POINTS IN VICTORY
If your chosen Athlete wins their bout, you earn the athletes “Points in Victory (PIV),” (aka Win Points), as shown on their stats. PIV is based on betting odds, at a $100 wager.
|Athlete A (PIV: 70)||+ 70 Points|
ROUND ENDING POINTS
The quicker your athlete gets the win, the more points you rack up.
|Round One||+100 Points|
|Round Two||+75 Points|
|Round Three||+50 Points|
|Round Four||+40 Points|
|Round Five||+20 Points|
FINISH IN STYLE POINTS
The fashion in which your athlete earns the win will also be a major factor on the outcome.
|Doctor Stoppage||+100 Points|
WEIGHT CLASS POINTS
Because of the fact that finish rates range widely between weight classes, we’ve provided a points system to help close the gap.
|Women’s Strawweight||+67 Points|
|Women’s Flyweight||+64 Points|
|Women’s Bantamweight||+52 Points|
|Women’s Featherweight||+60 Points|
|Light Heavyweight||+35 Points|
POINTS IN DEFEAT
If your Athlete come up short, there is still a chance to gain some points. They will receive points, as long as they make it out of the first round.
|Round One||+0 Points|
|Round Two||+10 Points|
|Round Three||+25 Points|
|Round Four||+50 Points|
|Round Five||+75 Points|
Note: If there is a change in the line-up that affects your wager, your entry will be voided and your funds will return to your account. You may avoid this by updating your line-up, prior to the event start time.
Hole-in-one is a parlay of six athletes of your choice. Should you predict all six picks correct, you will be paid out the amount shown on the initial wager payout.