Fantasy Tour de France: at least 31,000 euro in prizes!

chris froome 2018 - Fantasy Tour de France: at least 31,000 euro in prizes!'Fantasy Tour de France' offers the opportunity to double the fun and win fantastic prizes during the 2018 Tour de France. A prize pot of at least 31,000 euro and as a bonus alle stages will be all the more exciting. (Slideshow route/profile)

Why play Fantasy Cycling?

  1. Intensifying the Tour de France experience. The compounding pressure makes the race such compelling viewing, with ‘Fantasy Tour de France’ it is even better. It is not about one rider, but 20 or more riders are of interest to you.
  2. For only 10 euro you’ll receive hours of entertainment before the start of La Grande Boucle and even more hours of engagement when the race is on.
  3. Hundreds of cash prizes (451 General Classification prizes alone).
  4. Convert 10 euro into 10,000 euro in the Fantasy Tour de France Road to Innsbruck. Click here for more details.

The Fantasy Tour de France (15+5) 2018 starts on Saturday 7 July 2018 at 11:10 CET. To create a team you enter 15 riders and 5 substitute riders. When a rider does not start in a stage, the first available substitute takes his place. The points of the abandoned rider remain in your score, while the points of the substitute start to count with the next stage.

The game costs 10 euro per team and will start with at least 31,000 euro in prizes. The first prize in the general classification (451 prizes) is 3,000 euro. Furthermore, in all 21 stages you can win 350 euro (100, 75, 50, 40, 30, 20, 15, 10, 5, 5) per stage.

The “0 points Jackpot” of 500 euro goes to the team with 0 points at the end of the Tour de France (15+5).

Click here to register now!

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