Drag Race Fantasy League

Choose your team of queens & predict who will sashay their way to becoming America’s Next Drag Superstar.

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The best way to play fantasy Drag Race.

Whether you’re looking to create a classic RuPaul’s Drag Race Bracket or play fantasy football style, Bracketology has a game type for you. Create a league with your squirrelfriends, or join one of our many public leagues to rack up points and prove your Drag Race and Drag Race All Stars expertise.

Unlimited Leagues

Join a public league, or start a private league with friends. No limits on league sizes.


Dynamic Game Play

Multiple game types, Drag Race-specific rules, & fully automated scoring.

100% Free To Play

We are committed to offering free fantasy gaming for the Drag Race franchise.

Meet the Contestants

Get to know the latest cast of RuPaul’s Drag Race.

Shante You Stay.

RuPaul’s Drag Race is an Emmy-award-winning reality television competition that premiered on Logo TV in 2009 and now airs on MTV. The show, hosted by RuPaul, seeks to crown the “next drag superstar” through a series of challenges that test the contestants’ skills in fashion, makeup, and performance. In each episode, a group of drag queens compete in challenges including creating and presenting a runway look and competing in a main challenge, which often involves creating and performing in a music or comedy sketch.


RuPaul and a panel of judges evaluate the contestants’ performances and select one or more queens to be eliminated from the competition. The last queen standing wins a cash prize and a one-year supply of Anastasia Beverly Hills cosmetics.


RuPaul’s Drag Race has become known for its diverse cast of contestants and its celebration of the art of drag, and it has received numerous accolades, including multiple Emmy Awards. It has also inspired the creation of numerous drag-themed events and products and has a dedicated fan base.

Fantasy League Game Types

Bracketology offers three different game types for fantasy Drag Race. Each league can play in up to 2 game types per season. Learn more about these game types below!

Similar to fantasy football. Draft a new team of queens each episode, and win or lose points based on things they do and say – with custom Drag Race rules.

Select contestants who you believe will survive the elimination after each Maxi challenge. Receive a uniform number of points for each correct pick.

Week to Week, with a twist. Rank how confident you are that each queen will survive elimination, assigning your most confident pick to the highest point value.

Bracketology is the best way to watch reality TV!