Regular readers of the site will know that I was a keen player of this game across 2020.
The purpose being you buy and trade pro riders with their price going up and down based on performance. You get money by their share price going up and from prizes, but of course there is the risk your rider tanks and their value goes down.
|#||Rider||Purchase price||Current rider price||Days on team||Analyze|
|1||VAN AERT Wout||€ 955.000,-||€ 955.000,-||0||Analyze|
|2||ALAPHILIPPE Julian||€ 940.000,-||€ 940.000,-||0||Analyze|
|3||VAN DER POEL Mathieu||€ 910.000,-||€ 910.000,-||0||Analyze|
|4||SAGAN Peter||€ 800.000,-||€ 800.000,-||0||Analyze|
|5||HIRSCHI Marc||€ 680.000,-||€ 680.000,-||0||Analyze|
|6||BARDET Romain||€ 464.000,-||€ 464.000,-||0||Analyze|
|7||DE GENDT Thomas||€ 208.000,-||€ 208.000,-||0||Analyze|
Here are my riders for the early week of the season based on my initial EUR 5m outlay.
With the early part of the season (should it happen to plan) being week long stage races and one day classics I am looking at riders who have those skills to bring me in some cash.
My strategy being that once the Giro comes around I will be able to sell a couple of these for a profit or add to my line up with their prize money gains.
Its incredible to say it but Peter Sagan looks my biggest gamble at EUR 800k. He needs to get a spring classic win to justify my outlay on him or do something in a race like Paris-Nice or Tirreno-Adriatico.
Right, that’s enough clues as to how I am going to make some money, you can create your own teams here… https://www.procyclinggame.com/home