Frequently Asked Questions
Learn more about USFL Fans using our FAQs below.
USFL Passes bring fans closer together as a community and allow you to experience the USFL in a new and innovative way using blockchain technology.
The USFL Fan Pass is free and allows you to participate in weekly in-season predictions for showing off your football knowledge. You can complete the Fan Pass challenge to work your way up to a Team Pass.
Game Passes are non-transferable passes you can collect in-stadium as proof you attended a game and allow you to earn points to complete challenges.
Each USFL team has its own Team Pass and gives you access to join challenges and accumulate points for a chance to win tickets, on-field access and more. See Rewards Program.
USFL Team Passes allow access to complete challenges and accumulate points for a chance to enter to win a range of in-person and online prizes such as tickets, meet-and-greets, on-field access and more. Coming soon! See Rewards Program.
There are two ways to get a USFL Team Pass: Season ticket holders are eligible to claim a complimentary UFSL Team Pass until May 31, 2023. If you don't have season tickets yet, you can buy them here. Or, Fan Pass holders can also get a Team Pass by completing the Fan Pass challenge.
Team Pass holders can get one Team Pass for each season ticket purchased. Free claim valid until May 31, 2023.
The USFL Passes you claim will be stored in your connected wallet and can be viewed in your profile on usfl.fans.
The Fan Pass Challenge is a way to step up to the Team Pass by accumulating points through participating in predictions, collecting Game Passes and more. Once you’ve completed the Fan Pass challenge, you will be able to get a Team Pass.
Team Pass holders can join challenges to accumulate points through participating in predictions, collecting Game Passes, and more to unlock a chance to win exclusive prizes.
You can accumulate points by attending a game and collecting a Game Pass, making weekly in-season predictions, signing up for our newsletter, joining the Discord “Holder’s Lounge” channel and more.
Your wallet address can be found in your profile and starts with “0x”.
If you participated in Season 1, you can sign in to your wallet in the section that says “Are you a Season 1 holder?”. This will allow you to see your Season 1 and 2 passes in one place.
Once a question is judged, your predictions are scored using something called a Relative Brier Score. This scoring system is designed to compare your predictions to all the other predictors on USFL Predictions. If you make more accurate predictions than others, you'll score more points. For example, if you predict that there is a 75% chance that a team will win a game and then that team wins, you'll score more points than someone who said there was a 60% chance that team would win. On any given question, you can win up to 50 accuracy points.
You'll also score more points if you make accurate predictions earlier than other predictors. Say that on Monday you make a prediction of 75% that a team will win that weekend's game. Another predictor makes the same prediction on Friday, and then that team wins. Since you made your prediction earlier, you'll score more points than the other predictor.
Lastly, it's important to note that you might lose points for making inaccurate forecasts. If you say that there's a 100% chance that a team will win and then they lose, you are likely to lose accuracy points. Because of this, it's important to stay on top of your predictions. If new information becomes available (e.g. an injury report is released), you can always come back and update your prediction to improve your score!