Everything is set for the 2014 FIFA World Cup on Sunday, June 13 where football giants Germany and Argentina will battle it out across the field to score the most number of goals and emerge as this year’s World Cup champs.
Even better is that everyone can feel the excitement and action spread across all borders as this monumental event is also best experienced via online Bitcoin sports betting.
Many say it is a dream match for the finale as the two teams are facing each other again after Germany beat Argentina in the quarterfinals of the 2010 World Cup. With Lionel Messi leading Argentina to the scoreboard, the match is expected to heat up early on, especially after Germany crushed the host Brazil 7-1 in the semifinal round.
With only a couple of days into the final match, Bitcoin sportsbooks are now gearing up to receive numerous bets for either of the teams from avid Bitcoin gambling enthusiasts based in all parts of the globe.
For instance, BetVIP, a Bitcoin-only sportsbook, already shows that the odds are in favor of Argentina, hinting that it is doubtful to believe Germany can pull off another outstanding victory after it did to Brazil, which is going up against the Netherlands on Saturday for the third place.
Meanwhile, Nitrogen Sports is armed and ready for the final knockout stage with its series of prop bets, giving bettors more options to bet on, making the overall sports betting experience all the more thrilling and enjoyable.
However, if it is fun and excitement paired with massive profits that players are after, then the lucrative World Cup promotions rolled out by the bookies in time for the quadrennial tournament would be the best option.
Earlier last month, CloudBet launched its lucrative promo dubbed the 2014 World Cup Bracket Challenge, which promised a 100 BTC prize to whoever correctly predicts all the winners from the early rounds up to the finals. It even gives away a 1 BTC bonus to any bettor who makes a deposit during the World Cup.
Many other Bitcoin bookies joined the World Cup fever this year, including Anonibet, Bitkup, and Xbet.io among others, promising massive prizes and carrying out their mission to attract more sports betting enthusiasts into using Bitcoin.
As all eyes are on the last two standing teams in the World Cup, bitcoins are only a few hours away from finding their way to the Bitcoin wallet of the lucky sports bettors.