Welcome to another episode of Crypto Betting Weekly, the weekly publication that would have KOd Logan Paul before the end of round 2…
Win 1฿ to celebrate the Euros!
After being delayed for a year, Euro 2020 is finally getting underway. In what appears to be a tournament designed to match the glory and prestige of the Euros, Sportsbet (review, American bettors are geo-blocked) has announced its special Euro 2020 promotion, dubbed the Fun. Fast. Fair Cup 2021.
The Fun. Fast. Fair Cup 2021 sees players battling it out in 4 group stages and 5 knockout rounds of casino game action. If you finish in the top 25 of any group stages or knockout rounds, you’ll book yourself a spot in the finals. You can view the full lineup here.
Get ready for the Euros with a €100,000 giveaway!
The European Championship is set to be the hottest sporting event of the summer. To mark the special occasion, Cloudbet (review, American bettors are geo-blocked) is giving away €100,000. Over the course of the tournament, you’ll be able to collect tickets for 3 draws. You’ll get 1 ticket for every €500 that you wager on Football Studio baccarat, Crazy Time gameshow or Lightning Roulette from Evolution Gaming.
The promotion is broken down into 3 phases, each with their own draw.
- Finding your form: 7 to 18 June – 20 prizes of €1500.
- Kicking on in style: 19 June to 1 July – 20 prizes of €1,500.
- A place in the top 8: 2 to 11 July – 20 prizes of €2,000.
The ticket counter resets after every draw, so carry on playing if you want to win!
Win $1,000 & signed gloves from Israel Adesanya
UFC 263 is just around the corner, and we cannot wait to see Adesanya and Vettori battle it out for the middleweight title. To sweeten the pot, if you place a $5 or higher bet on any UFC 263 match or market at Stake (review, American bettors are geo-blocked), you’ll get added to a prize draw to win $1,000 AND a signed pair of gloves from their boy Izzy.
If you cashout your bet before it settles, your name won’t be added to the draw. The lucky winner will be picked at random. Good luck. Hopefully you can grab that sweet UFC merch!
Weekend bets to keep an eye on…
Wales were the surprise package of Euro 2016, but it’ll take a big effort to repeat that showing this time. They’re heavily reliant on an aging – and seemingly uninterested – Gareth Bale and an injury prone Aaron Ramsey. Their manager, Ryan Giggs, is due to stand trial over assault, so as a result won’t lead the side into the tournament. Caretaker, Rob Page, has only managed at English League One (3rd tier) level and didn’t set the world alight there. Switzerland drew with Spain and Germany towards the back end of 2020 and look a great price to get off to a perfect start.
England are pre-tournament favorites with some sportsbooks. However, historically they’re not a tournament side, and a tough opening game against Croatia will be a real test. In 2018, The Croatians beat England in the World Cup semi-final (2-1), then in the Nations League they drew (0-0) and narrowly lost at Wembley (2-1). All of which were very close match ups. The two sides are very even, and in a match neither will want to lose, a draw is a nice play.
Austria come into the tournament in pretty mixed form. A 4-0 loss to Denmark preceded a 1-0 loss to England before a 0-0 draw against Slovakia. These tournaments often spring surprise packages, and North Macedonia could be the team to watch. A 2-1 win against Germany back in March will have confidence high, and a big price will offer tasty returns.
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