Custom Bracket (Self directed - you populate the brackets and advance winners)
Run a Bracket Pool for ANY event. You choose a bracket format (currently 8, 16, or 64) and then enter your own selections (i.e. teams). Members will submit their picks by filling out a standard bracket. After the pick deadline that you set passes, you can advance the winning teams.
Custom Q&A (Self directed - you enter the questions and answers)
Enter your own multiple choice questions and answers. Set different point values for each question. We have members using this format for a wide variety of events (e.g. reality tv, current events, political/election events, and many more).
We work with you to develop a custom website, that we update, monitor, and maintain, using our core platform as a base. Functionality and user-interface can be customized according to your requirements.
Picks are made for each of the four PGA Major tournaments. Each pool member chooses one golfer from each of six tiers. These six golfers make up their Player Roster for that tournament. Be the member whose roster performs the best for each tournament and the whole season.
This format can be used as a weekly pick'em pool or as a season long Fantasy golf format. Administrators have many format and feature settings to choose from. Weekly and year-to-date standings are calculated.
Picks are made for each of the four FedExCup Playoff tournaments. Each pool member chooses one golfer from each of six tiers. These six golfers make up their Player Roster for that tournament. Be the member whose roster performs the best for each tournament and the whole season.
Also known as Grid pools, Box pools, or Block pools, now available for ANY PGA tournament ... or set of tournaments. Pool members reserve "squares" online on a 10x10 grid by putting their name in the square.
A simple but fun pool for Pro Baseball. Each member (maximum of 30) is assigned a professional team. The goal is to be the first member to have their team score every number of runs, from 0 to 13. NOTE: Number of runs can be changed to be anywhere from 6 to 13.
Players choose one pro team each week that they believe will win. They may only pick a team ONCE per season. If their selected team wins 50% or more of its games for that week they survive until the next week. Administrator's may select how many 'strikes' (incorrect picks) before a player is eliminated.
Also known as Grid pools, Box pools, or Block pools, you might recognize this from its popularity for the Super Bowl, but we offer it for any series of games in the MLB postseason, including the World Series. Pool members reserve "squares" online on a 10x10 grid by putting their name in the square.
Members pick the countries they think will perform best in the Olympics. Each country costs a certain number of credits based on past performance and each member is given a fixed number of credits to pick with (as few as 3 countries and as many as 10).
Players make weekly picks (either against the point spread or straight-up). Administrators choose games to include from the Power Five conferences (ACC, Big 10, Big 12, Pac-12, SEC). Optional best-bet and confidence pick settings. Weekly and year-to-date records are calculated.
You start with a 10x10 grid of 100 squares. Members pick one or more squares. When the grid is full, numbers from 0-9 are randomly assigned for each axis. Winners are determined based on the score of each team.
Members attempt to pick the winner of every College Bowl game (or a subset of games determined by the Pool Administrator). Picks are either using the point spread system or "straight up", as assigned by the Pool Administrator.
Players attempt to pick the winner of every College Bowl game, assigning their own point value to each game. Picks are made "straight up", not using a point spread system. The winning player is determined by totalling the point values assigned to correctly picked games.
This is the most popular NCAA Basketball pool. Players completely fill out the NCAA brackets, predicting the winner of every game. Points are awarded for every game picked correctly, with the winner having the most total points. You may set your own point value for each round of the tournament. This format can also be setup to run as a Sweet 16 pool, starting when just 16 teams remain in the tournament.
Each entry is assigned one NCAA team (64 entries max), and goes head to head with the opponent their team is playing. Game outcomes are based on the point spread. If your team wins or covers the spread, you will advance to the next round with the winning team.
Pool members choose one NCAA team each day or round (configurable by the pool administrator). Each team can only be picked once throughout the tournament. If they win, you move on. If they lose, you are eliminated. Last man standing wins.
Pool Administrators set how many teams their members will pick. Players pick that many teams from the 64-team field for the entire tournament. Every time a chosen team wins, the player is awarded the number of points equivalent to the team's seed number.
Answer questions unrelated to the direct outcome of the game. Prop Bet pools are the most popular pools for the Big Game because pool members don't need any special sports knowledge or expertise to participate.
Also known as Grid pools, Box pools, or Block pools, this format is the world's most popular Super Bowl game, but we offer it for ANY game ... or any set of games. Pool members reserve "squares" online on a 10x10 grid by putting their name in the square.
Our most popular Pro Football pool option! Players choose one NFL team each week that they believe will win. They may only pick a team ONCE per NFL season. Picks are made "straight up", not using a point spread system. If their pick is correct, they survive until the next week. An incorrect pick eliminates the player from the pool for the remainder of the season.
Players make weekly picks (either against the point spread or straight-up). The number of picks each week is customizable by the pool administrator. Optional best-bet and confidence pick settings. Weekly and year-to-date records are calculated.
Every week, members create a lineup of NFL Players. By default, they can only use a player ONCE per season (configurable from one time to unlimited). Members accrue points in real-time based on the game statistics of players in their lineup. Points are tracked weekly as well as aggregated for the entire season.
Pick one team to win each week. If they win, you are awarded points equal to either their margin of victory or point spread, depending on your settings. An additional option allows you to subtract those points for a loss or simply award no points.
All players start with the same number of credits (1000 by default, but can be changed). Players make picks each week by risking a certain number of credits on any/all games, assigning more credits to the picks with a higher confidence level. Members receive double the credits risked for each win. The member with the most credits at the end of the season wins.
Casual format where members are each assigned a unique NFL team (32 members max). Members win when their team scores 33 points. Options for changing target score, or having the closest to the target win each week.
Pool members rank all 12 NFL teams competing in the NFL Playoffs from strongest (12 points) to weakest (1 point). Picks are made only ONCE before any games begin. Members are awarded the number of points assigned to an NFL team when that team wins. Administrator's can configure their own progressive point system, by setting up a point multiplier for each playoff round.
Pool members attempt to pick the winner of every playoff game each week along with combined total score. Points are awarded for correct picks AND for how close to the correct combined point total they were.
Members pick who they think will win in each of the 24 award categories. Wins and losses are calculated real time during the Awards Show. Administrators can apply different point values for different award categories.