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Professional Bull Riders Launches New Mobile Game "8 To Glory"

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PBR and software development firm Rare Labs today is releasing a new mobile game called "8 to Glory." The game features more than 30 of the top PBR athletes as well as dozens of PBR bulls. Former NFLer and PBR bull owner Jared Allen came up with the concept for the game. He will help market a...

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