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Anonibet to Award 22 BTC to Its World Cup Contests Winners

Chris in Uncategorized published on 17, May 2014

Anonibet World Cup 2014

Bitcoin online sportsbook and casino Anonibet is giving away a total of 22 BTC for its 2014 World Cup Promotions starting May 19 as its way of thanking its loyal bettors and of promoting Bitcoin.

Running until 10 minutes before the kickoff of the opening match, Anonibet’s current contest to celebrate the quadrennial international football event will award four lucky bettors with bitcoins, where the grand prize winner will receive 10 BTC while 5 BTC and 3 BTC will be given to the second and third prize winners, respectively.

According to the mechanics, the player who garners the most winning accumulative odds at the end of the contest will be named the grand winner. This will be determined by the amount of odds added to the points basket from the winning betting slips.

Moreover, players can vie for the consolation prize by emerging as the biggest loser during the promo period. Acquiring the most number of odds added to the losing basket will earn one player the prize amounting to 2 BTC.

In order to qualify for the promotion, customers must place a bet with a minimum stake of 0.1 BTC. Then, they must copy their betting slip, together with the bet slip number, and paste it in the Anonibet.com thread found on Bitcointalk.org.

Players must be advised that having unlimited number of betting slips are allowed and is not a ground for disqualification. However, posts published on the forum after the contest closes will not be eligible in accordance with the rules.

The current promotions also state that winning players will receive their respective prizes through a deposit into their Anonibet account, and will be able to withdraw the bitcoins right away even without placing a bet.

In case of tied points, however, the rules authorize the Bitcoin sports betting site to equally divide the prizes among the concerned participants.

Meanwhile, Anonibet is also holding a Facebook promotion titled World Cup Bitcoin Meme contest. The meme with the higher number of Facebook likes will determine the winner of the 2 BTC prize.

 

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