Tickets to see the Euro 2016 action in person are being given away on two CoinGaming-powered Bitcoin betting sites. Recently launched SportsBet.io are bringing lucky sports bettors to France in time for the semi-final round while BitCasino.io takes it to the next level by having tickets to the Euro 2016 finals up for grabs.
“BitCasino.io offers players a chance to win two tickets to the Euro 2016 finals. This is done by playing two slot games: Shoot! and Football Star. For every €50 wagered in these slot games, players get a raffle ticket. On June 28, the tickets, along with €500 worth of travel expenses and two-night accommodation, will be raffled off.”
News broke out that DraftKings and FanDuel would be merging, but no confirmation from both parties has been issued. Considered as the giants in daily fantasy sports, DraftKings and FanDuel continue to face legal restrictions in some US states. DraftKings, on the other hand, has already launched on the UK market, while FanDuel UK remains in the works.
“The biggest reason for the merger is the potential lowering of expenses. The combined war chest of two companies would help in paying for the legal challenges faced by daily fantasy sports. Furthermore, combining their separate efforts into a single one reduces duplication of effort and makes the process more efficient.”
Bitcoin casino 4Grinz entered the market more than a year ago, but it recently made a major change when it switched to the SoftSwiss platform. Initially powered by CoinGaming.io, this Bitcoin casino had to look for another software provider that could provide the features and security the operators seek. To mark this monument shift, 4Grinz also launched a month-long promotion.
“Until June 30, the casino is raising its No Bonus Coin Back rates. This means that players are reimbursed a percentage of their losses while playing any of the SoftSwiss slots and games. The normal rate is set at 10 percent, but as a courtesy to the new platform host, 4Grinz lets members receive 13-percent Coin Back, while players with the Joy Luck Club membership and VIP status are treated to a 15-percent and 20-percent Coin Back, respectively.”
The match between Russia and England ended in a draw, but the Russian supporters had a different fight of their own. A series of violence broke out in the stadium and on the streets, pointing the Russian hooligans as the root of the chaos. This resulted in the suspended disqualification and a monetary fine for the Russian team.
“The big result of this threat hanging over the Russian team’s heads is the fact that their outright betting odds took a beating. Initially at 80/1, now it is at 100/1 on the outright betting odds on William Hill. Not many are confident that Russian hooligans would be able control themselves. As it is, the French have already deported over 29 Russian nationals involved in football violence.”
Breakout Poker, which is scheduled for an official launch next month, becomes the primary platform for the gaming currency, Breakout Coin, to be put to use. Featuring support for a variety of platforms, this poker site promises to bring different variations of online poker.
“As a gaming site, Breakout Poker will give buyers a place to spend their BRK when the sale ends in July. Developed for maximum accessibility, players can either play via a downloaded client or on an HTML5 website. The site also offers some of the most liked poker variations like Texas Hold ‘Em and Omaha. Additionally, when it finally opens its doors in July, players will be treated to great promotions and excellent customer service.”