15 janvier 2010

Australian Open: Nintendo Wii And Many Other Prizes To Win

Hey fellow tennis fans of the world! The first tennis grand slam of the year aka Australian Open started and we, at BETCoffee, want you to have fun betting on your favorite players and to win cool prizes at the same time!
Therefore we created several betting contests including different types of betting rules and prizes to let you play where you prefer:
  • Main draw: this contest includes all the games of the main draw, from the first round to the final, for men and women. Here you can play on the Australian Open from day 1 to the very end of the tournament and maybe win a Nintendo Wii game console.

    Please note: the bet limit dates/times are subject to change as the official schedule of the games is not available yet.

    To play now on the main draw:

  • Quarter- and semi-finals (coming soon): if you prefer you can place bets on the quarter-finals and the semi-finals only and, if you're good enough, win amazing prizes too.

  • Final (coming soon): a set of betting rules related to the last and most important game of the tournament.

  • Statistics: this contest is likely to interest the super tennis fans, the fanatics! They can place bets on the tournament's statistics overall and win gift cards to redeem directly on the Australian Open online shop!

    To play now on the statistics:

These contests are exclusively based on official betting rules organised and arbitrated by us. However feel free to create your own rules as well and challenge your tennis friends, sparring partners, coworkers, etc.

To set the mood here's the official commercial of the Australian Open. Good luck!

1 commentaire:

Olivier Tripet a dit…

Since Gilles Simon withdrew with knee injury John Isner steps in as seed 33 and will play Andreas Seppi. David Ferrer who was supposed to play Seppi will play Frederico Gil instead and Odesnik plays qualifier Blaz Kavcic instead of Isner.

We just updated the corresponding betting rules.

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