Bettingexpert offers £8k prize for World Cup predictions

World Cup experts are being given the opportunity to win over £8,000 (€10,000) if they can correctly predict the outcome of Brazil 2014., one of Europe’s largest media portals for sports betting and igaming enthusiasts, has released its free-to-enter World Cup Predictor challenge with a top prize of £8,000 to the person who can correctly forecast the successful teams this summer.

The World Cup Predictor is available at here. Players are tasked with predicting the Group Winners and Runners-Up as well as the winners of the subsequent knockout games.

The £8,000 jackpot is won if someone gets all the predictions correct. There are also other ways of winning cash. All entries that select the winning World Cup nation correctly will go into a random draw for a prize worth over £800. You can also win more than £400 in Social Media prize draw for players who share their completed bettingexpert World Cup Predictor Competition entry via Facebook or Twitter.

Among the names who have already made their entries are Guardian European football correspondent Jonathan Wilson (Argentina), Brazilian football expert Jack Lang (Spain) and Italian football expert Adam Digby (Brazil).

Andreas Phillipsen, Head of Marketing at bettingexpert, commented: “The popularity of the World Cup Predictor shows just how many people have a view on the outcome of the World Cup. We have had 40,000 entries so far and expect many more.

“ is all about helping people find the right information before they make a bet. We are confident that the richness and accuracy of our tipster network will be a welcome free resource for them to use during the World Cup.” is available in 10 different languages and has recently added launched an Android App alongside its iOS App. is a repository of sports knowledge and betting expertise available for free to visitors interested in gaining an edge in the betting markets.

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