ABC AND ESPN LAUNCH THE BACHELOR FANTASY LEAGUE
Grand Prize Winner Gets a Trip for Two to Los Angeles, Two Tickets to
'The Bachelorette: After the Final Rose' and Two Tickets to Disneyland
ABC is taking fantasy from the suite to the leagues with the launch of The Bachelor Fantasy League, the official ultimate fantasy game experience for the 2017 season of "The Bachelor." The game, which is powered by ABC sister-company ESPN, the worldwide leader in sports and fantasy gaming, is available now on ABC.com/BFL and the ESPN Fantasy App.
The Bachelor Fantasy League allows players to challenge their family, friends and #BachelorNation in predicting the top four women who make it to the hometown dates and the one who will receive the final rose on "The Bachelor." Players earn points for correct predictions and each point is an entry into the grand-prize drawing for a chance to win a trip for two to Los Angeles, hotel and airfare included, two tickets to Disneyland and two tickets to "The Bachelorette: After The Final Rose," the tell-all special episode after The Bachelorette season finale in summer 2017.
The Bachelor Fantasy League also features a weekly game based on player predictions of events that will take place in the upcoming episode. Players earn points for correct answers, and each point is an entry into both that week's drawing for a dozen red roses and the grand-prize drawing at the end of the season. The Bachelor Fantasy League sweepstakes is open to legal U.S. residents, 18 or older. No purchase necessary. See Official Rules ABC.com/BFL for full details, including eligibility and season long and weekly prediction deadlines.
Other Disney brands are also joining the fun. The game is presented by Disney Studios' upcoming feature film "Beauty and The Beast," and popular digital destinations Oh My Disney and Babble will be offering commentary, analysis and their own groups for Bachelor Nation to join.
"The Bachelor" starring Nick Viall will begin MONDAY, JANUARY 2 (8:00-10:01 p.m. EST), on the ABC Television Network. Hosted by Chris Harrison, "The Bachelor" is a production of Next Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Television. Mike Fleiss, Elan Gale, Bennett Graebner and Nicole Woods are the executive producers. "The Bachelor" is broadcast in 720 Progressive (720P), ABC's selected HDTV format, with 5.1 stereo surround sound.
For more information on "The Bachelor," please visit ABC.com.