Stars Group to Offer £100 Million World Cup Contest

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Betting firm The Stars Group has announced an exclusive promotion that will allow punters a chance to win £100 million by correctly picking the outcome of 64 matches related to the FIFA World Cup in Russia.

The event is being called the 'Stars £100 Million Challenge', which will be offered for free through the BetStars, PokerStars, and PokerStars Casino sites. Players will enter and attempt to predict the outcome of all 64 matches in the 2018 World Cup. If a punter selects all of the results accurately, they will take home a £100 million prize. If a punter doesn't select all the results, the next closest will result in a prize of £10,000 as well as entry into a Bahamas poker tournament.

Commenting on the promotion Stars Group CEO Rafi Ashkenazi said, "This summer we're living up to our ambition of becoming the world's favourite iGaming destination by offering our customers the chance to win one of the biggest prizes in sports betting history.

"The Stars £100 Million Challenge will also allow us to become part of the enormous global betting interest in the World Cup and will make The Stars Group the place to be while watching the action this summer."

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7 May 2018 - 5:10pm

The good thing - it's free, otherwise it's pointless for me, what's the chance of predicting the exact score of all 64 games ?? I'll tell you - 100 000mill to 1, at least 😉
But I have no doubts that many people will be interested, not me though, can't even think of 64 scores, waste of time!