The two biggest football events of the year are taking place this Summer and Betsson is inviting players to get in on the action. All players need to do is place a bet on either of the tournaments in order to be in with a chance of scoring part of a €100,000 prize pool.
Betsson is working as the official betting partner of Copa America 2021, but that doesn’t mean that it has forgotten about the UEFA Euro 2020! The casino has built a €100,000 Football Tournaments promotion to incorporate both tournaments. Of course, fans of both competitions have an equal chance of winning.
In order to enter the competition, players will need to place bets on either of the tournaments. Every bet that is won will count towards the user’s score on the leaderboard. At the end of the tournaments, the top 700 players with the highest scores will receive a split of the €100,000 prize pool. The top place will take home €10,000, while the lowest prize is €25, which will be rewarded for places 401-700.
Points for the tournament will be determined by the size of the bet and the odds. The higher the odds for a bet, the more points will be received. To be more precise, the points are calculated using the following formula: stake x odds per winning bet.
Bets placed on both tournaments will count, so you can flick between the two. Only bets with odds of 1.50 or higher will count towards the points total. Players don’t need to worry about what type of currency they are using, as the casino will convert points fairly based on set exchange rates. You can find these in the terms & conditions.
The leaderboard will run as long as the tournaments themselves. It opened up on June 11 at 21:00 CEST and will finish one month later on July 11 at 23:59 CEST. The leaderboard will update daily at 20:00 CEST.
Once the tournaments and the promotion have wrapped up, the winners will be announced and prizes will be paid out within 72 hours. There will be no wagering requirements for the bonus, meaning players are free to withdraw their cash and spend it as they please.
UEFA Euro 2020 has finally gotten underway after what has been a rollercoaster ride for the tournament. It was delayed last year as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. This was followed by a series of discussions as to how the tournament would be able to go ahead.
It finally managed to kick-off at the start of June, with just one of the host countries, Ireland, having to pull out of hosting duties. There are 24 teams competing in the tournament, with the final being held at England’s Wembley Stadium on July 11.