Gamebookers Football Mania Promo Will Appeal To Your Sixth Sense
Three is, very definitely, the magic number if you’re a Gamebookers customer on the eve of the 2018 World Cup. It’s very simple— all you have to do is predict the outcome of all eight groups, the sixteen games in the knockout stages, and the exact score of the final in Moscow, and you can win a share in €333,333. What could be easier?
Well, okay, a lot, but a third of a million Euro is a lot of money— of course there’s going to be some tough requirements to make the grade. Fortunately, there are a bunch of sub-prizes which are also very interesting. Here’s what you need to know:
- The €333,333 Star Prize is on offer to anyone who predicts: from first to fourth, the standings of Groups A-H; the winners of all the knockout games; the eventual winners, runners-up and third-place team; and the exact score in the final. If more than one person gets all of that right, the winners share the prize and are presumably visited by the FBI so as to investigate their psychic powers.
- A more modest €33,333 can be won if you predict the winners, runners-up and third-place team; instead of cash, this is paid as betting tokens (and wagering requirements do apply)
- €33, to be wagered as you wish (and the winnings credited immediately), is yours if you predict all eight group winners.
- A €3 bet is yours if you correctly predict the score in the final— you don’t need to know who will be playing in it, just how many goals the “home” and “away” sides will score. Use your imagination.
- You get a €1 bet if your prediction of the eventual winners is correct.
You can make a prediction per day between now and the first day of the tournament (14th of June), but it needs to be noted that you need to make a real money bet on any sporting event (any stake, any non-virtual sport) in order to validate each prediction. As ever, give the T&Cs a read before you bet to make sure you know exactly what you’re getting into.
Sadly, no money will be paid out for predicting the hosts’ inevitable first-round elimination. However, you can at least allow yourself a sense of smug satisfaction when it happens, and hope that the predictions you have been able to make will deliver the same feeling.